What do you use for your drip/automation emails?

Bill Flitter
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Drip.com and Mailerlite are two of the more popular service providers to set-up sequenced emails. There are a number of alternative tools on the market as well. Do you have a recommendation?

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Creator - Dictozo
Convertkit is good for automation email tasks. As a developer point of view I have found too many limitations in Mailerlite . At least 15 obvious recommendations i have given to them.
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20 yrs experience helping startups grow.
@aarvy thanks for the suggestions. I've been using Moosend - which I love, but recently ran into a roadblock with their automations.
Co-founder/Taskable, a smart to do list
We use Intercom. I love it because it means we can have all our communications with users and leads in one place.
20 yrs experience helping startups grow.
@mattcrail very good solution. Right now it's a bit cost prohibitive - unless I'm missing something? $499/month?
Co-founder/Taskable, a smart to do list
@billflitter we pay $50 on the startup program. It is based on number of users and which products you want, so the $499 is for larger companies with access to all the products. I think some plans start at $39. Our pricing will go to $150 once we're off the startup pricing.
20 yrs experience helping startups grow.
@mattcrail ah, got it. thanks.
Sales Manager @ ADOHM
We use ADOHM our in-house product. Through this, we have the ability to A/B test your emails to determine which one generates the highest number of clicks and conversions from your target audience.