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I use the free Mailchimp like Ryan Huggins - Thousand Oaks, CA and am very happy with it. It has brought me business.
Ryan Huggins - Thousan...
Thousand Oaks, CA
I use Mailchimp. I have the free plan and have been pretty happy with it.
Julie A. Black
I do not do email blasts since I do not like receiving them.
I detest email blasts. Since most of the agents I know agree, I do not sent them. My brokerage does two a week for new listings and weekend open houses. I get hundreds every day and they are just clogging my email until I can get them deleted.
Years ago, but now I do almost all through Buffini's Referral Maker CRM; tracking is crucial and I can get bounce, open & unsubscribe data all in my CRM.
I don't use constant contact for anything.
I just use my crm and outlook.
I have used mailchimp in the past. Has a free account.
I have used Constant Contact effectively. It definitely has its benefits. If you plan on sending less than 2,000 emails per month, MailChimp could be a good free option.
I do use Constant Contact, like the backend knowing who opens and what they click on.
Peter Mohylsky - I do not use 'blast' - though my sphere do get their once-a-month eReport.
Yes I do use CC
None, nada! Email blasts are a sure way to lose long-term clients. Too impersonal and 'Robo'
We liked Vertical Response. We don't use it anymore. A
Our office has started using MOXI exchange.
I've thought about Happy Grasshopper
I don't use that product.
I do not use any e-mail company such as Constant Contact or Mail Chimp.
ISP will shunt messages from those domains directly to the spam folder if they are delivered at all.
I use SEND BLASTER from expendable IP addresses.
CAUTION: Take care your IP address does not get flagged and know your ISPs transmission block sizes.
No, but I do like some of the campaigns I have seen by them.
Peter Mohylsky No
We have in the past
I have used Top Producer for mass emails to the database.
We use constant contact and also simply cast.
Have used Constant Contact in the past. Works well!
I used to. I like Active Campaign now as it's a CRM program, so I can do blasts as well as custom timelines.