Best Email Marketing Software (2019 Review!)

Looking for best email marketing software in 2019? Here’s an overview of the best email services, including our top recommendations and how to choose the right email marketing platform for you!

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Recommended Email Marketing Software:
► Convertkit: https://primalvideo.com/go/convertkit
► ActiveCampaign: https://primalvideo.com/go/activecampaign

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— Best Email Marketing Software (2019 Review!) —

There’s a LOT of options out there when it comes to email marketing software and email marketing automation… Trying to figure out the key differences between each platform, and sorting out what really matters so you can decide which is the best email service for YOU can be incredibly overwhelming!

GetResponse, MailChimp, Sendy, Drip, Infusionsoft, ActiveCampaign, Convertkit, Aweber, Constant Contact… the list goes on and on.

We’ve spent countless hours trying and testing the leading options… Even running our entire business on 5 of the shortlisted platforms (!) and from aaaalllll of that, we narrowed the field to just 2 standout email services we now recommend.

In this video we run through our picks for the best email marketing software 2019, including our top 2 recommendations (ConvertKit vs ActiveCampaign) and how you can decide which is the best email platform for you!

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20 thoughts on “Best Email Marketing Software (2019 Review!)”

  1. HVMA Social Media

    While these are all great options, our company tends to prefer MailChimp thanks to its automation plans as well as simply how easy it is to operate.

  2. Marine Diesel Basics

    I've been using ConvertKIT for a few months with 14,000 subscribers. It looks good and the automations are easy to set up but once I got into the details I found major flaws. For example, the screen-filling chart of subscribers looks cute but doesn't tell you much – such as location, operating system, length of subscription, etc.

    1) There's no way to give a name or title to an email broadcast (an email sent to all your list or a segment). The non-edited "title" is just the email subject line. So if you want to send variants of the same email to different segments – perhaps changing the link to purchase – all the broadcasts get the same title. Makes management of broadcasts a nightmare as each has to be opened to find out which variant it is.

    2) There's no way generate an automatic list of the countries of subscribers. This is really useful to know which countries to focus on in terms of special emails (such as holidays, seasonal activities etc). It is a global world. You can Search for subscribers country by country and create a handwritten list. There are 190+ countries in the world and not everyone lives in the US.

    3) ConvertKit values its customers so much that if you want two-factor authentication you will have to join the new Pro level at an eye-watering $200 a MONTH. The other features of this level are equally underwhelming.

    Sweet design, but under the hood there's much missing for the premium pricing.

  3. Super-informative and really well done review. Thanks Justin. I love the way you broke things down, and told us about your previous experience with other platforms. It makes the review much more reliable and meaningful 👏.

  4. Hi I watched your video and went with ActiveCampaign . Sent out my first campaign only to find that Bigpond has a firewall that blocks ActiveCampaign. As I'm only starting changing is not an issue and their advice is to have Bigpond whitelist the ip addresses. Not sure if that is an option.

  5. What we do need to focus on is better customer experience, personalized user journey and making the interaction models more mature and intuitive. Our focus should be on the journey of adoption of marketing automation and how it is going to play out. If you are interested you can try out our marketing automation tool on your own at https://leadmi.io/

  6. MUHAMMAD FARAZ HAIDER

    Thanks for the informative stuff Justin. Really appreciate it. By the way have you heard about Bulk Response? My colleague just started using it and he's talking about it all the time.

  7. David Carmosino

    Do you recommend these two for new youtubers ? I still don’t have a huge following much less a product (and certainly not a business!) I get the importance of an email list as it helps you build a following and eventually warns them up for something you will sell in the future. What I’m getting at is if a paid option is sensible for a channel that’s just starting out ?

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