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I have a personal coach client who wants to send out monthly ezines :thumbup: , it looks like her customer list is around 300.

 

I was going to use Constant Contact, but it looks like there's formatting problems with some. I've read the posts and most prefer Aweber and 1SC, is this the route I should go? Since I'm relatively new, and she'll want to keep costs down, should I use icontact instead or something similar?

 

I'd like to start off on the right foot and I will be offering ezine services to other clients. Should I have separate accounts for each client or does that just depend on the contact list sizes for each client? Thanks very much ladies, :D

 

Dana

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Dana,

 

I've had really good results with Your Mailing List Provider. They have varying cost packages and I found them easy to use. Worth checking out. I would definitely have a separate account for each client, if it were me. That way - heaven forbid! - your client should move on to someone else, it would be easy to transfer the list to them. Just my thoughts...

 

Dee

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I truly like constant contact honestly. This is my opinion. I find them very easy to use and the formating is much better now and there reports are great too. :)

 

 

Thanks Dee, I'll take a look at the program. Thanks for the tip (I realized after I wrote it, it was a bit of a silly question.)

 

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You might want to consider MailChimp - has a lot of great capabilities, templates, customization etc and it's free for up to 500 subscribers and 3000 emails. Easy to integrate, has add on features for better reporting as well. A great way to keep costs down for small mail lists initially.

 

After that my vote is with Aweber.

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Hi there

 

I have heard good things about them too and they have a good free subscription. :)

 

You might want to consider MailChimp - has a lot of great capabilities, templates, customization etc and it's free for up to 500 subscribers and 3000 emails. Easy to integrate, has add on features for better reporting as well. A great way to keep costs down for small mail lists initially.

 

After that my vote is with Aweber.

 

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I do a lot of newsletters. The client always pays the subscription for any service and ultimately they choose which to use. They do however gnerally follow my recommendation. 1SC is best but bit pricey to start out. I like icontact and constant contact. I don't like aweber - have found it a little hard to work with - weird formatting problems etc but many people love it.

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