Shreya BishtCo-founder, DesignBids

Marketing automation that companies like airbnb, uber, hotstar use?

I have tried a few marketing automation systems from clevertap to active campaign but they are either too expensive for a small contact list or too complicated to setup. Any recommendations?
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    Autopilot: Marketing automation

    Visual Marketing Automation Software for Customer Journeys

    Tejas KingerPMM @ Plum | Prev. @ Freshworks Hiver · Written
    Autopilot is a delight to use! I love the flowchart like interface it has to set up marketing automation journeys. We use it extensively at Freshworks (Formerly Freshdesk) and as per autopilot's website, companies like Microsoft, Lyft, Atlassian, and Patreon use them too!
  2. Rethika RaoDigital Marketing Evangelist · Written
    Hello Shreya, For startups, I would recommend Agile CRM as it is an All-In-One CRM software which takes care of your marketing, sales and service automation. Agile CRM offers sales enablement tools to achieve your sales goals by providing a 360-degree contact view of your client and gathers their data under one platform. With the help of Agile CRM's marketing automation, you can create automated email marketing campaigns, landing pages, video emails, web forms, web popups, etc. Agile CRM also offers service automation tools which enable helpdesk automation, support campaigns, customer support, etc. Agile CRM is a very economical software for small and medium-size businesses and you can also try it for free with 1000 contacts, (up to 10 users) before making an actual purchase. Let me know if you need a demo scheduled with one of their product managers.
  3. Sam RyePractitioner of Social & Enviro Regen · Written
    At $49/m for the whole package - it's pretty good.
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    Social enterprise platform

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    Bitrix24 CRM comes with great free/superaffordable marketing automation tools. Email automation, call center, autotargeting Facebook audiences, sales funnel, lead routing, multiple pipelines, quotes, invoices, etc. Free plan is really generous, paid plans are $39/$99/$199 with unlimited users. See . Here's the part specifically dealing with marketing automation and triggers available -
  5. Sam RyePractitioner of Social & Enviro Regen · Written
    Mainly focused on email, but Drip is powerful and well integrated.
  6. Stephen AndrewsJr Digital Copywriter @ SimplyCast · Written
    Hey Shreya - we know what you mean. We actually developed our software to allow anyone to set up automation flows visually, like you would on a whiteboard. From there, you can easily add in different elements such as emails, surveys, forms, Twitter campaigns, Facebook campaigns, generated landing pages, and more! You can also select delays, make decisions on choices, send reminder emails - the list is endless. As for pricing, we're one of the most competitive companies in the biz - with our start-up plan resting at $99 for 3000 contacts, unlimited projects, 5 forms, and 20 landing pages. You can learn more about pricing here: If we've peaked your interest, try our free 14 day trial where you'll get access to our 15+ apps. You can sign up here: