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Score 9.6 out of 100
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Score 7.7 out of 100

Likelihood to Recommend

Mad Mimi

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.
deba omoluru | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

Return Path definitely helps provide directional guidance on where/how emails are being delivered, and it certainly provides some feedback and insights when there are delivery issues. I would not say that it is 100% accurate, though, on Inbox/Spam/Missing placement details for all ISPs. It certainly helps identify issues, though I would not use it as proof that we were fully put into the inbox (or spam folder).The inbox preview and rendering features are good, and I love the integration with Marketing Cloud. There are other rendering preview options available in the market, and this offering is solid. Just not the strongest. The direct integration with Marketing Cloud certainly makes it easy to use. Budgets permitting, using Return Path as part of a larger portfolio of tools for inbox placement monitoring, blacklist checking, email rendering, etc. would be advised. But it certainly works well as a starting point.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Feature Rating Comparison

Email & Online Marketing

Mad Mimi
8.0
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
6.8
WYSIWYG email editor
Mad Mimi
9.0
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
5.3
Dynamic content
Mad Mimi
9.3
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
7.0
Ability to test dynamic content
Mad Mimi
9.2
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
7.0
Landing pages
Mad Mimi
7.9
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
5.0
A/B testing
Mad Mimi
10.0
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
6.4
Mobile optimization
Mad Mimi
4.7
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
6.7
Email deliverability reporting
Mad Mimi
8.6
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
9.1
List management
Mad Mimi
4.6
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
6.7
Triggered drip sequences
Mad Mimi
8.5
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
8.0

Reporting & Analytics

Mad Mimi
7.8
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
5.9
Dashboards
Mad Mimi
7.8
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
8.1
Standard reports
Mad Mimi
7.5
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
5.2
Custom reports
Mad Mimi
8.1
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
4.4

Pros

Mad Mimi

  • 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.
Robbin Block | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

  • Individualized attention. They really dug in to understand our products and services.
  • Easy-to-understand training and actionable items that you can sustain over a long period of time.
  • They're embedded in our instance of Exact Target, so I'm able to review the entire email program and don't have to open up a separate tool to gather this information.
Joni Kalstrup | TrustRadius Reviewer

Cons

Mad Mimi

  • 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.
Tyler Hanlon | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

  • Device Previews use old Litmus API and therefore slow, would be nice to have a quicker interface
  • No content builder integration, system relies on emails to be sent to platform often increasing development times
  • Old user interface, interface has been the same and clunky for many years
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Likelihood to Renew

Mad Mimi

Mad Mimi 10.0
Based on 5 answers
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.
Ehren Muhammad | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

Everest (Return Path + 250ok) 8.2
Based on 5 answers
We have two separate areas for using Return Path. Our web ecommerce area that is using only transactional emails and a marketing email program that is partnered on the backend with Return Path. I see Return Path continuing to be utilized with our marketing emails, but over time I see less need for our transactional emails to maintain Return Path components.
Dan Sixbury, PMP, MBA | TrustRadius Reviewer

Usability

Mad Mimi

Mad Mimi 9.0
Based on 2 answers
I find it very easy to use just like my colleagues too. The learning curve is straight forward.
deba omoluru | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

Everest (Return Path + 250ok) 7.3
Based on 1 answer
I find it fairly easy to use, though the interface is a bit clunky and I may be missing some revolutionary use because it's lost in the clutter.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Support Rating

Mad Mimi

Mad Mimi 8.0
Based on 2 answers
My issues are usually quickly resolved and their support staffs are very knowledgeable on the software generally
deba omoluru | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

Everest (Return Path + 250ok) 9.1
Based on 1 answer
Absolutely fantastic support. It runs circles around the competition. They regularly reach out and chat, even if it's just to see if there's any issues we need to discuss. They clearly want the business and don't forget you once you sign the contract which is an issue with other similar services.
Brett Schenker | TrustRadius Reviewer

Implementation Rating

Mad Mimi

No score
No answers yet
No answers on this topic

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

Everest (Return Path + 250ok) 8.2
Based on 1 answer
I joined my company after the implementation was nearly complete. We used the Return Path tool as we slowly increased our send volume in Marketing Cloud to monitor IP reputation and inbox placement.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Alternatives Considered

Mad Mimi

Constant Contact 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.
Jackie Bassett | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

Return Path was the first solution that we looked into based on the native integration with Salesforce Marketing Cloud. That was the biggest selling point for us. We didn't do a lot of research on other products but 250ok was one we did look at but ultimately liked Return Path that much more
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

Return on Investment

Mad Mimi

  • 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.
Lincoln Stoller, PhD, CHt | TrustRadius Reviewer

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

  • It has helped identify inbox issues and thus helping our clients reach more inboxes.
  • They have negatively impacted client relations on numerous occasions. They have reached out and told clients they are having issues or need certain products when they are already our clients and we are proving solutions for them.
  • They provide solid customer support when you create a support ticket. They are usually very quick to respond and give you an answer.
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer

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Pricing Details

Mad Mimi

General

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

Everest (Return Path + 250ok)

General

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

Rating Summary

Likelihood to Recommend

Mad Mimi
9.6
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
7.4

Likelihood to Renew

Mad Mimi
10.0
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
8.2

Usability

Mad Mimi
9.0
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
7.3

Support Rating

Mad Mimi
8.0
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
9.1

Implementation Rating

Mad Mimi
Everest (Return Path + 250ok)
8.2

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