Ritesh Mandaliya
Ritesh MandaliyaDesigner. Analyst. 90% coffee.

Campaign Monitor or MailChimp?

I am running an ecommerce store (Shopify) and after something that is easy to set up, has good integrations and nice templates. Other alternatives are welcome.
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    MailChimp Snap

    Send simple, photo-based email campaigns from your phone.

    Kunal Bhatia
    Kunal BhatiaDesign @ Mercury · Written
    I love MailChimp. You can get started very easily, but it's also very powerful when you get deeper into your e-commerce business. I use it for both personal and business purposes.
    Felipe Tinoco
    Felipe TinocoProduct Specialist @Oath · Written
    Yeah, i think Mailchimp is perfect for a fast start. Campaign monitor is also good, considering they have now this behavioral user data.
    Willie Morris
    Willie MorrisFormerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox · Written
    I love Mailchimp and they continuously improve. They also make it easy to get started but offer advanced tools like automation to really take control of your email campaigns :) They even have tools for Facebook Ads now.
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    Ortto AI Subject Line Writer

    Predict open rate before you send an email

    Omer Molad
    Omer MoladCo-founder and CEO @ Vervoe · Written
    This is a slightly more advanced option that's closer to Intercom. But worth checking out.
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    If you have a software dev friend, you should def use Sparkpost. 100K emails per month is free and there aren't any subscribers lists so you can send emails to different 100K people every month. Also MailChimp will make you spend so much time to fix spam problems. I'm using Sparkpost for a month, already sent 50K emails, 63% unique open rate, 20% unique click rate so far.
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    Increase newsletter open rate with artificial intelligence.

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    Better free plan, better support, better pricing. Also, text and free webpush messaging