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Likelihood to Recommend

250ok Inbox

250ok is a great tool for companies that have recently switched ESPs to monitor inbox placement or for companies that historically have been having email deliverability issues and would like to learn about the root cause and improve. Unlike ReturnPath, 250ok doesn't offer certification, but honestly, you don't need certification if you follow the Gmail/Microsoft/AOL/Yahoo bulk sender guidelines. I haven't seen a company which significantly improved their results with that certification and I've been working for one major ESP for 7 years. 250ok is a good diagnostic/monitoring tool but it is not a panacea for those who continue to violate sender guidelines due to poor list/content management.
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GetResponse

Depending on the business and those you have working in the program it can be a very robust operation in the right hands. If you have people who understand workflows, how queries work and HTML/CSS then GetResponse can really do a lot for little cost.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Email & Online Marketing

250ok Inbox
8.6
GetResponse
7.0
A/B testing
250ok Inbox
8.0
GetResponse
6.5
Mobile optimization
250ok Inbox
10.0
GetResponse
6.3
Email deliverability
250ok Inbox
9.5
GetResponse
8.3
List management
250ok Inbox
7.0
GetResponse
8.3
WYSIWYG email editor
250ok Inbox
GetResponse
6.7
Dynamic content
250ok Inbox
GetResponse
6.2
Ability to test dynamic content
250ok Inbox
GetResponse
6.0
Landing pages
250ok Inbox
GetResponse
6.9
Triggered drip sequences
250ok Inbox
GetResponse
8.1

Reporting & Analytics

250ok Inbox
8.7
GetResponse
7.3
Dashboards
250ok Inbox
9.0
GetResponse
7.1
Standard reports
250ok Inbox
8.5
GetResponse
7.9
Custom reports
250ok Inbox
8.5
GetResponse
6.8

Pros

  • Use of recipients' engagement data to display campaign performance instead of panel data.
  • Easy to use interface.
  • Access to spam trap network and granular reports in real time.
  • Blacklist monitoring in real time.
  • Multi-point compliance checks.
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  • If you understand coding the ability to use dynamic content based on smart searches was very useful.
  • The drop and drag workflows were very easy to create and use
  • Allowed for simple automation and nurture campaigns to occur off of events
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Cons

  • Documentation website could use some improvement (i.e. Search on the API Guide page, videos in the User Guide).
  • Can't copy/paste certain things from the UI (i.e. IP ranges).
  • Doesn't integrate directly with some ESPs although it's easy to just use new seed lists.
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  • The Email and Landing page drop and drag creator was poor and also not responsive for email. I would recommend adding snapping functionality at the minimum.
  • The lack of control over the GetResponse information and unsubscribe at the bottom of the email was unfortunate. It would be nice if we could change the color of the background and fonts to better match brand colors and templates being used.
  • Save searches are a bit clunky and can be difficult to find when you have a lot of them. There needs to be a search functionality for finding saved searches.
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Likelihood to Renew

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GetResponse9.0
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Its comfortable for us and easy to use. Sending out emails is easy as pie and enjoyable. I would recommend
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Alternatives Considered

We use both 250ok and ReturnPath in the company (because we're an ESP) and both have their own pros and cons. Return Path uses panel data while 250ok uses recipients' engagement date for reporting. Both ways have pros and cons but you can't say one is better than the other. They're just different. ReturnPath also offers certification which (I have to be honest) is not as relevant anymore as there is only one way to fix deliverability issues nowadays - by following bulk sender guidelines posted by Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Microsoft, and other ISPs. ReturnPath has a better documentation website while 250ok could use some refinement. With 250ok you can choose the tools you need and build your own package and save money. With ReturnPath - not so much. 250ok also has partners across the globe while ReturnPath mostly promotes its own services and consultants.
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My team has switched to GetResponse from MailChimp as it:- has more features that can be used- the ability to create flows and automations is a valuable feature- the user interface is simpler to use
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Return on Investment

  • Easy real-time inbox placement and deliverability monitoring for IPs and domains.
  • Proactive problem resolution to avoid potential issues.
  • Great addition to other deliverability tools to get the full picture on performance.
  • Easy to partner with and to get trained.
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  • GetResponse is a cost-effective alternative when the desired results are fitted with what the platform can provide.
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Pricing Details

250ok Inbox

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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GetResponse

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
Additional Pricing Details