Mad Mimi almost doesn't look like an email newsletter app at first glance. Instead of prominent buttons for emails or automations, you'll see tabs for Promotions and Audience. Those Promotions are your emails—only here, they're focused on making emails to share your sales, events, coupons, new products, and other company events and promotions with potential customers.
MailChimp. One of the most recognizable mailers, MailChimp handles volumes of emails and features post-campaign analytics. It also features a free app with limitation on number of emails sent per month. The paid plans though offer unlimited emails. MailChimp also features built-in templates for newsletter design, which can be white labeled to your brand. Likewise, it allows for segregating your mailing list for tranched sending. There is also the RSS-to-email option that automatically sends a newsletter every blog updates. The app features other key tools like merge tags, custom forms, spam filter diagnostics and social sharing.
Tracking your email marketing has never been easier with response magic you can track and view exactly which prospects interact with your emails then easily splinter them into another campaign that in more targeted to that user. Using email tracking in your marketing is vital to your success in giving you prospects what they want to see when they want to see it.
I recently had my MailChimp account suspended. One of my sites is in the ‘make money online’ space. It’s a completely legitimate website, but apparently if your emails contain keywords they don’t like, they will suspend you. I would not recommend using them. Contacting support I just get form responses that are completely unhelpful. There’s no phone support- just account termination. Really bad experience. Luckily, this is a very new site- but imagine if you have thousands of emails and they just shut you down without ANY recourse.