KeystoneJS vs Mailchimp vs Salesforce Sales Cloud

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KeystoneJS

54
168
+ 1
26
Mailchimp

18.7K
9.2K
+ 1
1.2K
Salesforce Sales Cloud

2.6K
1.6K
+ 1
56
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Pros of KeystoneJS
Pros of Mailchimp
Pros of Salesforce Sales Cloud
  • 6
    Out-of-box tools and basic services
  • 3
    Large community
  • 2
    Great sandbox to play with nodejs
  • 2
    Great CMS and API platform
  • 2
    Great schema-based auto-generated admin interface
  • 1
    Similar to wordpress
  • 1
    Fast growing community cms framework
  • 1
    Great culture
  • 1
    Fast on V8
  • 1
    Great integrations
  • 1
    A great MEAN stack
  • 1
    Detail documentations and tutorials
  • 1
    Open source
  • 1
    Free
  • 1
    Rapid development
  • 1
    "easy setup", "uses mongodb"
  • 259
    Smooth setup & ui
  • 248
    Mailing list
  • 149
    Robust e-mail creation
  • 120
    Integrates with a lot of external services
  • 109
    Custom templates
  • 60
    Free tier
  • 49
    Great api
  • 42
    Great UI
  • 33
    A/B Testing Subject Lines
  • 30
    Broad feature set
  • 11
    Subscriber Analytics
  • 9
    Great interface. The standard for email marketing
  • 8
    Great documentation
  • 8
    Mandrill integration
  • 7
    Segmentation
  • 6
    Best deliverability; helps you be the good guy
  • 5
    Facebook Integration
  • 5
    Autoresponders
  • 3
    RSS-to-email
  • 3
    Co-branding
  • 3
    Customization
  • 3
    Embedded signup forms
  • 2
    Automation
  • 1
    Great logo
  • 1
    Groups
  • 0
    Landing pages
  • 40
    Top crm
  • 16
    Powerful reporting

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Cons of KeystoneJS
Cons of Mailchimp
Cons of Salesforce Sales Cloud
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    • 2
      Super expensive
    • 1
      No Terraform provider
    • 1
      Poor API
    • 1
      Charged based on subscribers as opposed to emails sent
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      What is KeystoneJS?

      Keystone is the easiest way to build database-driven websites, applications and APIs in Node.js.

      What is Mailchimp?

      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.

      What is Salesforce Sales Cloud?

      The Sales Cloud puts everything you need at your fingertips—available anywhere. From Social accounts and contacts to Mobile, Chatter, and Analytics, collaboration across your global organization and getting deals done faster is not only possible, it's easy.

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