Looking for something that can trigger emails based on user behaviour/events like intercom/autopliot currently do. However it seems like most of the tools I find are far from my budget, considering I have a high amount of "freemium" userbase.
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- If you have less than 2 500 subscribers, this service offers 15 000 free emails and 12 000 transactional emails per month. And it does have triggered emails constructor as well as the possibility to create a series of emails and special date emails. If your email base is bigger, the prices are the following Email service: Free plan - Less than 2500 subscribers, up to 15000 email newsletters per month. Monthly subscription - Based on the number of subscribers, from $9/month for 100 subscribers, up to $840/month for 500,000 subscribers. Pay-as-you-go - Prepaid email packages, from $32 for 10000 emails, up to $812 for 500,000 emails.
- I was used Mailget from 2 years before that i was used benchmark but i left theme for new software. The team of MailGt updated there software and made MailGet Bolt which is more reliable and easy to use. Its drag and drop feature is amazing. Lately, I've been on the lookout for something with more automation (such as automatic unsubscribe, bounce handling, etc). However, I'm also very much committed to using Amazon SES for my email delivery as I feel it is more reliable than other architectures. I recently stumbled across MailGet and I believe I've found that solution.