Drip

Olark for Drip Campaigns

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  • Matt Pliszkadiscovering apps at picksaas.com
    Pros: 

    email design templates, customer journeys, automation

    Cons: 

    not the easiest one to set-up

    A good email marketing solution focused on delivering automated, personal campaigns.

    Matt Pliszka has used this product for one month.

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Mike Karaś@mikekara9 · discovering apps at picksaas.com
I like Drip because it's easy to use. If you don't want to have to take an advanced course in email marketing, Drip will serve your purposes. We've tested Drip in picksaas and it's one of our favorite mailing tools.
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
I've briefly used @nathanbarry's ConvertKit (http://convertkit.com/) that is very similar to this. Do you use Drip, Jeff?
Derek ShanahanPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
We used it for a while. Very nice tool, just didn't fit our particular use case very well.
Jeff BajayoHunter@jeffbajayo · Director of Marketing @ Safe-T Data
I tried it, pricing is a little bit high in my opinion though. Love the idea and concept, they just need to tweak their model in my opinion. It worked well for the site it was used on, great email numbers.
Jason Kerr@kerrnz · SaaS Guy, PE, Exec, BD Member
I use this, very easy to use (compared to the others), and has enough to be good, but not enough to be dangerous. Run into issues when it comes to integrating the journey to other apps (like Unbounce or HubSpot CRM). Basically it's good for what it is - but all these marketing solutions don't quite do what you want, so you are always cobbling together. The alternative appears to take the leap into HubSpot, Marketo or whatever, and bite the $$$$$$ bullet and cost of having someone full time manage the solution/program.