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  • Runbook

    #<User:0x00007f5be1795a10> Runbook


    Newsletter, we like to keep in touch with our users.

  • StackShare

    #<User:0x00007f5bdea36808> StackShare


    So many features. Before deciding on MailChimp, I did a bunch of research on the other options. MailChimp blows the other services out of the water when it comes to features.

    I was pretty pissed once we had to start paying because it was (at the time) more than we were paying for hosting which is pretty ridiculous. Then I started playing with some of the transactional services and started going through the motions of recreating all the little stuff MailChimp has. Four hours later, realized it wasn't worth it.

    With that said, the cost is still pretty steep when put in the context of our total tool/service spend so we’ll be using Mandrill for everything pretty soon, we already use it for Transactional Emails. Pro Tip: use the two-factor auth app Alter-Ego and you get 10% off your MailChimp bill, every month. Security FTW.

  • NowKash

    #<User:0x00007f5bd95ff6e0> NowKash


    Webpage sign ups.

  • Endource

    #<User:0x00007f5bc1023d10> Endource


    Sends customer newsletters

  • Giftstarter

    #<User:0x00007f5bc09f5358> Giftstarter


    We use MailChimp for collecting signups on landing pages, our main app, for drip campaigns, and to send updates to users.

  • MonthlyFlavors

    #<User:0x00007f5bc8aed730> MonthlyFlavors


    Newsletters

  • dotmos

    #<User:0x00007f5bc07c1a28> dotmos


    Send out our monthly and holiday update emails and to communicate with our beta testers.

  • Sail Tactics

    #<User:0x00007f5bdf3e96c0> Sail Tactics


    Mailing different groups of customers and potential customers

  • Suburban Express


    Sending marketing emails to existing customers

  • TruFlow Design


    Our favourite neighbourhood postman. Always delivers right on time.


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