Drip vs Mailgun: What are the differences?
Drip: Turn your website's passive traffic into active leads. Instead of watching 98% of your visitors flee, imagine if you could easily capture their contact information from every page of your website, and delight them via email during the following weeks. Drip makes this dead simple, and the results have been stunning; Mailgun: The Email Service for Developers. Mailgun is a set of powerful APIs that allow you to send, receive, track and store email effortlessly.
Drip belongs to "Engagement/Lifecycle Marketing" category of the tech stack, while Mailgun can be primarily classified under "Transactional Email".
Some of the features offered by Drip are:
- Email capture widget
- Drip campaign email creator
- Conversion analytics
On the other hand, Mailgun provides the following key features:
- Optimized Queue
- Scheduled Delivery
- MIME Assembly
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Very easy to setup, support was helpful, too. The free plan is great for starting out. Used it in conjunction with my cloud hosting on DigitalOcean and had no trouble getting it all setup. Still not doing high volume yet, but so far pleased.
All my personal e-mail (inbound and outbound, personal, transactional and mailing lists) goes through mailgun.
This gives me full control, especially about e-mail addresses: I assign different inbound e-mail addresses for different contacts, so that I can filter SPAM by just blocking the e-mail addresses that leaked out.
Mailgun is the only mailing service that I trust to deliver critical user and system emails of zerotoherojs.com
It works great, and for my current usage volume it’s free.
Mails from the website frontend are sent through Mailgun, mainly because of the free plan of 10,000 emails which perfectly suits us.
I forward all e-mails to Mailgun and appreciate being able to access the objects easily as JSON.