For marketing, we are using it for two things: sending …
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- $150 per month
Customer.io is a customer engagement platform that enables marketers to build sophisticated automated messaging campaigns. With access to real-time behavioral data, users can create personalized and relevant messages to engage and retain customers. This includes sending email, push notifications, text messages, and more through a visual building experience. Built for scale, Customer.io boasts users among over 4,100 companies, sending over 8 billion messages per year.
Founded in 2012, Customer.io is a globally distributed, remote-first company.
- Supported: Data-driven segment builder
- Supported: Multichannel messaging
- Supported: Newsletters
- Supported: Transactional messages
- Supported: Android and iOS mobile SDK
- Supported: Ad audience sync
- Supported: Visual workflow builder
- Supported: A/B testing
- Supported: Multivariate testing
- Supported: Triggered drip sequences
- Supported: API
- Supported: Webhooks
- Supported: Dashboards
- Supported: Conversion tracking
- Supported: Multiple sending workspaces
- Supported: Role-based permissions
- Supported: Timezone sending
- Supported: Multi-language messages
|Small Businesses (1-50 employees)||73%|
|Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)||25%|
|Enterprises (more than 500 employees)||2%|
It's easy, the price is good for what you get and you have fast results.
Mailchimp was the first program we used. It's very basic but good at what it does: sending a newsletter to your small database. It has integrated very well with other services and we haven't used in a lot of time, but certainly was grown a lot so it must be doing things fine.
I also tried Active Campaign but it was almost the same as Autopilot.