What is Campaign Monitor and what are its top alternatives?
Top Alternatives to Campaign Monitor
MailChimp helps you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, integrate with services you already use, and track your results. It's like your own personal publishing platform. ...
Twilio SendGrid's cloud-based email infrastructure relieves businesses of the cost and complexity of maintaining custom email systems. Twilio SendGrid provides reliable delivery, scalability & real-time analytics along with flexible API's. ...
Recognized as the leader in the marketing and sales automation for small businesses, ActiveCampaign helps over 70k growing businesses meaningfully connect and engage with their customers with personalized, intelligence-driven messages. ...
It is an email marketing service provider with over 100,000 small business clients world wide. It helps people keep in touch with the subscribers who have requested to be on their mailing list. ...
As an industry leader in permission based online marketing, Constant Contact partners with the leading providers of online marketing and social media marketing solutions. ...
It is a software as a service (SaaS) marketing automation platform offering email automation, targeted email campaigns and lead management for B2B sales and marketing organizations. It provides a full solution that helps marketers create meaningful connections, generate more pipeline, and empower sales to close more deals. ...
A cloud-based email marketing solution for e-commerce businesses. It allows users to send out targeted email campaigns based on metrics such as purchasing and viewing history and how customers have interacted with past emails. ...
Attract, convert, close and delight customers with HubSpot’s complete set of marketing tools. HubSpot all-in-one marketing software helps more than 12,000 companies in 56 countries attract leads and convert them into customers. ...
Campaign Monitor alternatives & related posts
- Smooth setup & ui259
- Mailing list248
- Robust e-mail creation149
- Integrates with a lot of external services120
- Custom templates109
- Free tier60
- Great api49
- Great UI42
- A/B Testing Subject Lines33
- Broad feature set30
- Subscriber Analytics11
- Great interface. The standard for email marketing9
- Great documentation8
- Mandrill integration8
- Best deliverability; helps you be the good guy6
- Facebook Integration5
- Embedded signup forms3
- Great logo1
- Landing pages0
- Super expensive2
- No Terraform provider1
- Poor API1
- Charged based on subscribers as opposed to emails sent1
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- Easy setup189
- Cheap and simple136
- Easy email integration!107
- Generous free allowance to get you started28
- Heroku add-on21
- Azure add-on15
- Better support for third party integrations13
- Simple installation6
- Free plan6
- Great client libraries4
- Helpful evangelist staff4
- Great support3
- Better customer support than the competition3
- Great add-ons3
- Nice dashboard2
- Web editor for templates1
- Cool setup1
- Within integration1
- Easy set up1
- Great customer support1
- Google cloud messaging1
- No Terraform provider2
- Google analytics integration is not campaign-specific2
- Shared IP blacklist removal takes months1
- Shares IP blacklist removal0
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At StackShare we were discussing how to increase the retention of our newly signed up users. We hypothesized that if we made certain changes to the emails in our on-boarding process we could increase our retention and activation of users.
We decided to use sendwithus because it offered us the ability to A/B test our transactional emails. We also utilized the sendwithus analytics dashboard to gain real time insight into the performance of our email campaigns. Furthermore sendwithus has a Rails gem that allowed us to easily integrate the product into our application. We were also able to integrate sendwithus with our SendGrid account. #ABTestingAnalytics #TransactionalEmail
Nexmo vs Twilio ?
Back in the early days at SmartZip Analytics, that evaluation had - for whatever reason - been made by Product Management. Some developers might have been consulted, but we hadn't made the final call and some key engineering aspects of it were omitted.
When revamping the platform, I made sure to flip the decision process how it should be. Business provided an input but Engineering lead the way and has the final say on all implementation matters. My engineers and I decided on re-evaluating the criteria and vendor selection. Not only did we need SMS support, but were we not thinking about #VoiceAndSms support as the use cases evolved.
Also, on an engineering standpoint, SDK mattered. Nexmo didn't have any. Twilio did. No-one would ever want to re-build from scratch integration layers vendors should naturally come up with and provide their customers with.
Twilio won on all fronts. Including costs and implementation timelines. No-one even noticed the vendor switch.
Many years later, Twilio demonstrated its position as a leader by holding conferences in the Bay Area, announcing features like Twilio Functions. Even acquired Authy which we also used for 2FA. Twilio's growth has been amazing. Its recent acquisition of SendGrid continues to show it.
- Advanced flow builder0
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- Lead management41
- Automatic customer segmenting based on properties18
- Email / Blog scheduling16
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Looking for the best CRM choice for an early-stage tech company selling through product-led growth to medium and big companies. Don't know if Salesforce or HubSpot are too rigid for PGL and expensive. I also had an experience of companies outgrowing Pipedrive pretty fast