|Getresponse vs Mailchimp|
Introduction To Getresponse
Introduction To Mailchimp
|Getresponse Landing Page|
- Autoresponder - This is a must feature for every email marketing service provider as it allows the client to send emails and newsletters to their subscribers on a regular basis if you are on a month or two holidays and can’t provide them with regular updates on your website. In order to make your subscribers not lose interest in your website, this autoresponder feature helps them to provide the subscribers with premium posts when you are not available.
- Inbox Preview - This feature helps you to know how your email will appear to your subscribers so that you can make necessary changes, if wanted in the post.
- Support System - The support system of Getresponse is undoubtedly one of the best as it offers phone support, email support and live chat support 24 hours a day on weekdays and 9AM - 5PM on Weekends. Their FAQ’s and Q&A section also proves to be a beneficial support and most probably will solve all your issues.
- Statistics and Analysis - Well, with Getresponse, you will get a regular statistic of how your email newsletters and campaigns are performing. It will provide you with traffic details on daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis that will assist you in customizing the required changes and get you to increase your subscribers.
- Email Newsletter - MailChimp is able to send email newsletter and drip email campaigns from easy to use app.
- Social Network Access - With MailChimp, you can easily get social network powered subscriber profiles that allows you to increase traffic on the page.
- Email Personalization - With Email Personalization, you can fill data, names, and send emails at the correct time zone.
- Drag and Drop - The Drag and Drop feature of MailChimp allows the client to design emails with pre made templates.
- Advanced Analytics - MailChimp offers advanced analytics of your emails lists, and individual open data for every subscriber.
The statistics and analytics of Mailchimp are at par with Getresponse with offering all the necessary details of your posts and emails along with campaign performance. You can also see the list of people who unsubscribed your page.
Overall, on the features and functionality basis, Getresponse offer better services than Mailchimp and thus choosing the prior one would be the most appropriate decision if you are new in the online business.
Plans & Pricing
- $15 per month for 1,000 subscribers
- $25 per month for 1,001 to 2,500 subscribers
- $45 per month for 2,501 to 5,000 subscribers
- $65 per month for 5,001 to 10,000 subscribers
- $145 per month for 10,001 to 25,000 subscribers
- $250 per month for 25,001 to 50,000 subscribers
- $450 per month for 50,001 to 100,000 subscribers
- Free plan for sending 12,000 emails per month and up to 2,000 subscribers
- $10 per month for 500 subscribers and $5/month per additional 500 subscribers
- Rate goes up as your subscriber list increases with price starting at $0.030/email
- $450 per month for up to 85,000 subscribers and 1,020 emails
Well, when it comes to pricing, the obvious choice is Getresponse as it provides comparatively low rates for greater subscriber list. If you have a small list of hardly 500 subscribers, then you can choose Mailchimp but when your email list will increase, you will have to pay high rates as well. Therefore, Getresponse wins in the pricing factor as well.
Both Getresponse and MailChimp offer a great deal of features to develop, communicate and preserve E-newsletter templates and email database. You do not need to be technically advanced to use their services as they provide brilliant and user friendly interface. However, when it comes to choosing one, then I will recommend Getresponse because of additional features like landing page creator, free one month trial without entering card details, low price and better split testing features. Overall, Getresponse has many advantages over Mailchimp while the latter one only has better templates to offer and integrates with other tools easily.