MailChimp Previous Solutions

Liz Hardwick
Partner/Owner, Trainer and Speaker at DigiEnable
We had an email client which had an email list that we used to send out our emails. However, there was new legislation on data retention of clients results which has resulted in us needing to improve our email security. This is because we are now holding sensitive data on our clients, and email systems increasing the rules on spam filters. This resulted in the emails we sent out to willing subscribers, were getting met by bounce backs and blacklisting of our email addresses. Mailchimp is great as most email clients see this as a reputable provider and don't normally block the emails. View full review »
Blog Manager at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
I have always been on MailChimp for the newsletters. View full review »
Evan Dunn
Digital Marketing Practice Lead at a media company with 51-200 employees
I've dabbled with other email marketing tools. The big ones, such as IBM SilverPop and SalesForce Pardot, are clunky and expensive. Marketo is probably worth it, if you're trying to do really high-powered automation at scale. But among the lower-tier options, in terms of price, MailChimp maintains a lead, although maybe it is tied with Emma and a couple of other new entrants. View full review »
Robin Vanderbilt
Technology Adviser at a manufacturing company with 51-200 employees
We use INInbox and SendinBlue. MailChimp is preferred. View full review »

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