Super affordable Email marketing via Amazon SES

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Looks very similar to - but significantly more expensive. What more does it offer?
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@td_evans Besides the great UI that MailGet offers, We support auto-responders and Drip emailing. MailGet also comes with drag and drop email builder. We offer Web API and inbuilt email verification and email enrichment service built inside MailGet. We also support SMTP routing that means you can connect multiple SMTP services within MailGet and route only a certain percentage of emails through any specific smtp to increase your open rates. We also have inbuilt API's for bounce and spam handling for all the popular email smtp service out there like MailGun, Amazon SES, SendGrid, Postmark, Mandrill, MailJet and many more ... MailGet is a full-fledged email marketing service and most recently we have introduced our own SMTP service as well for sending email. Everything coupled with great affordable pricing makes MailGet a great choice for all the startups and enterprise business alike.
And the tagline is ripped off of
@benhomie That is pretty bad....
@benhomie You can go on and say that in public but you should definitely check out MailGet once from inside and you will get to know the difference. Both Sendy and MailGet are poles apart. Sendy is self-hosted and we are hosted service. UI and functionality are completely different. Besides that we already have more than 20 different features that Sendy doesn't have yet.
Can vouch for Octopus and Sendy. MailGet seems to be an "expensive" mix of the two.
@vincentgalan Sendy and Octopus seems to work only with SES. We connect with any SMTP service out there and also handle bounce and spam tracking for all major SMTP services out there. There are also lot of other differences both on the feature level and functionality wise. You should give MailGet a try once and I am absolutely sure that you would love the experience.
Elastic email is a lot cheaper and probably best option out there... here $5 free of credit ;)
not only cheaper it does not require amazon ses account ;)
@deambulando MailGet allows you to have freedom to select your own SMTP and you can connect multiple services as well and compare the deliverability among different services. You can even segment and send a certain percentage of emails using different smtp services.
@deambulando Thank you for mentioning Elastic Email :)
Price to send 10,000 email via Amazon is 1$ and but with sendy you have to host it at your own server. In this case they host it. That's pretty much the difference i can see.