Overall Satisfaction with Zoho Campaigns
We use Zoho Campaigns to manage lists and send out email marketing campaigns for an online news source. Email campaigns include requests for op-eds/essays and monthly news digests. After having trouble sending emails to large lists with other email marketing providers, we turned to Zoho Campaigns and have been impressed. Other platforms have penalized us and restricted email sending if we hit a certain amount of bounces/spam traps/etc. This has not been the case with Zoho Campaigns, which has been a lifesaver.
- Email marketing
- List management
- Email builder could be more robust
- Subscription form setup is a bit complicated
- UI is a bit dated
- Ability to send emails to huge lists without fear of being blocked by the platform
- Advanced reporting gives much deeper insight into leads than other platforms
- Very cheap if you’re already using Zoho One
Zoho Campaigns is not for beginners to email marketing, but it’s an excellent choice for those who want to send out a lot of emails with few restrictions and great reporting. It’s a no-brainer if you’re already a Zoho user, as Campaigns is included in Zoho One subscriptions and integrates nicely with other Zoho apps.
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Zoho Campaigns is great for those who already have experience with marketing automation platforms. The user interface is a bit dated, and it’s definitely not as easy to use as Mailchimp, Hubspot, SharpSpring, etc. The email builder is also not very advanced, and we’ve had the most success using uploaded HTML. However, once you learn the system, Zoho Campaigns can offer a wealth of benefits, including advanced reporting and very few restrictions on email