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I have used CommuniGator to implement a monthly newsletter that sends our latest updates to our opt-in base every month. As well as this, if anyone opts-in after this newsletter has been initiated/broadcasted the new opt-ins will also receive the latest newsletter too to ensure we are communicating with warm leads.
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Mad Mimi is perfect for scheduling remainder emails. For instance, if you need to remind a client about a pending order next week, you can schedule the remainder email today and it will be sent exactly the date and time you want it to even if you are out of office. If you need to contact thousands of people at a time, Mad Mimi can be used to send the emails all at once to all of them, especially for marketing purposes and newsletter purposes.
Read full review Pros Email Design Interface - drag & drop. Workflow interface - drag & drop. Live chat/customer service. Read full review I've been on the free plan for years and it has suited me very well. It's reliable and has all the core features I need at the moment. Considering how all the online tools can add up, this is right for my business. Mad Mimi has a super-simple interface, and it's drag and drop, so I don't have to spend a lot of time designing each email. Although you can customize with your logo and colors. There are several free add-ons, which allow for a limited amount of automation. I would recommend taking advantage of the RSS feed, webform, and drip campaign features. You can segment your list into as many groups as you like, which makes for more effective email marketing. Read full review Cons Minor bugs in the interface sometimes take a while to fix. Sometimes export fields change. Read full review The ease on adding links, such as unsubscribe links, is not as easy as it is with other email service providers. Creating simple tags that take the place of a link could help a lot, especially for those not as familiar with HTML. Perhaps a way of archiving old emails, or hiding them from the past emails area. It can look a bit cluttered, and can be confusing in some circumstances. Providing some learning material, or at least a more thorough overview of email marketing, and the user interface would be of great use to beginners. Read full review Likelihood to Renew
Pretty simple, I know I'm getting what I pay for and a little more. Although simple and easy for the new user; a more seasoned marketer can still get the most from MadMimi. Especially if the primary purpose is to generate strong brand loyalty with effective communication that integrates your various outlets: MadMimi makes it easy for your customer to pick-up what the business owner wants to relay.
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I find it very easy to use just like my colleagues too. The learning curve is straight forward.
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My issues are usually quickly resolved and their support staffs are very knowledgeable on the software generally
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I really like CommuniGator for the drag & drop interface in email building. I also really like the level of customer service with having a dedicated account manager but also the ability to live chat at any point and if this doesn't help, they are always happy to jump on to a video call so I feel very well supported. I also like how there are many products within one platform, lead nurturing, pop-ups, workflows, email, forms, social media management, etc...
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is the Goliath of the industry and to us, it was unnecessarily complex and expensive. We chose Mad Mimi, after looking at several other new offerings and we've been extremely satisfied with our choice of Mad Mimi.
Read full review Return on Investment Increased opt-ins using the pop-up functionality. Increased opt-ins using the forms functionality. Increased opt-ins using gated content through forms & landing zones. Read full review I've spent 3 years creating blog posts, and it is only now encompassing the breath that allows me to draw upon this pieces as a reusable resource, but now this is happening. I preferred the Mad Mimi platform to Mail Chimp, and I suspect it continues to offer advantages. I felt Mad Mimi did themselves a disservice by failing to support their free subscriber service to the same extent that Mail Chimp does. When one's mail list gets sufficiently large, then it does pay to pay them, but not in the context I was using it. It seems that Mad Mimi is targeting direct marketing purposes, as this is a use where ROI is more easily measured. Read full review ScreenShots