Most internet marketers would agree that email marketing is still considered an integral component of any marketing strategy. In fact, 59% of marketers say email gives them the greatest return on investment. Even over social media and other forms of marketing.
The following Autopresponder systems recommended by Women in Ecommerce™ can help you manage your lists, follow up in a timely manner with those who join your lists, upsell and stay connected.
aWeber is a Professional autoresponder solution with unlimited follow-up messages, HTML/plain text options, a web form generator, a wide range of HTML email templates, the ability to customize emails with up to 25 fields, and much more. Automated tools to help ensure your emails get delivered and comply with all relevant legislation.
Get Response ~ Free autoresponder service that offers unlimited autoresponders, no maximum mail length, automatic multiple messages sent over a period of time and much more.
RapidMailer -Build Huge Lists, Skyrocket Your Profits and Take Control of Your Email…
iContact.com allows businesses, non-profit organizations, and associations to easily create, send, and track email newsletters, surveys, and autoresponders. We believe that email marketing should be really easy and have built and designed iContact from the ground up to give you all the features you need while still making it easy enough for anyone to create permission-based email marketing campaigns with high deliverability
Infacta Group Mail Personal Edition is suited to the professional/power user. With GroupMail Personal Edition you can manage groups and lists of any size and you can send to them at speeds much faster than GroupMail Free Edition using multiple connections. You also get a range of add-ons to help manage and maintain your groups more easily.
For help with your Autoresponders and Email Marketing efforts read the following posts:
In addition check out our The 7 Day Autoresponder Audit Mini-Challenge to help you improve your email marketing skills.
And watch the Video: 3 Steps To Collect Your First 100 Email Subscribers On Your Website