Email Auto Responders

Last Update: September 14, 2016

Is there any auto responders out there that are 100% free. I'm not talking about a 30 day free trial then you have to upgrade. Just curious if there is one out there. Any help would be great. Thank you.

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With-Kev Premium
Mailchimp is good but be careful. When you build your list to a point when you have to upgrade it can be more expensive than the others.
Both Getresponse and Aweber have free trial period and are reasonable priced.
I use getresponse, at $15 a month it is worth it.
Cheers Kev
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Jpowell1278 Premium
Thanks. I went with MailChimp for now. Once my list gets to the point of upgrading, I`ll switch to Getresponse.
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With-Kev Premium
Sounds like a plan, it is easy to import lists into Getresponse. They also have a great landing page builder for an extra $15 per month.
Cheers Kev
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graveltruck Premium
is it worth it for these or should a responder cover like facebook and all that stuff to and twitter stumbleupon and so on? thanks
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Happy12 Premium
Thank you, I wasn't sure about this one.
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MPollock Premium
I would read up on list wire, What happens when you want to transfer to a great auto responder and pay for services, can you transfer your list, be careful.
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MKearns Premium
Here is a good free one. http://www.listwire.com/
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Jpowell1278 Premium
Thanks. I was just on their site reading up them.
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Heidi56 Premium
Yes, MAilchimp, but only if you have less than 2000 people in your lists. At the beginning you won't need more. My experience is that the subscription is VERY slow.
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onmyownterms Premium
MailChimp, Benchmark or Listwire. Be advised that MailChimp is not affiliate marketing friendly, but works for people with their own products.
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Jpowell1278 Premium
I had MailChimp. It was not sending any of my auto responders out. I'll check out the other two. Thanks for the info.
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Jpowell1278 Premium
Quick thought. I am using MailMuch plugin to get email sign-ups. Will these integrate with MailMunch?
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onmyownterms Premium
Probably only if the autoresponder gives you a snippet to use, I'm not familiar with that plug-in though. Read the documentation for MailMunch.
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