GetResponse doesn’t give coupons, but they do give you a 30-day trial for free. Really. They don’t even collect a credit-card number upfront, because they’re sure once you’ve tried their system you’ll be a believer. If, for some reason, you’re not, no harm, no foul, but if you are, then you sign up for the per-subscriber price suitable for your business. It’s a great way to get started on that brilliant idea and turn it into a profitable revenue stream.
Had a brilliant idea for the next big internet product? So, why didn’t you put up that website and start cashing in? You don’t know how to build an email list or a website? Guess what – you don’t need to; GetResponse.com does the work for you, and you’re free to design the site using their tools.
What is GetResponse?
GetResponse is an email marketing support site. GetResponse is the brainchild of a pioneer in Internet marketing named Simon Grabowski. He founded GetResponse in 1998, at the tender age of 17, and did all the work himself – coding, marketing, customer service and tech support – until the company grew large enough to support a staff. Today, GetResponse boasts a customer base of 350,000 and growing.
Price of Getresponse
Features of GetResponse
There are two main methods of making money on the Internet – building a customer base of paying subscribers via an email list and affiliate marketing. GetResponse has you covered on both. GetResponse’s main business is to support a customer as he, she or they build their business with email lists.
Forms are a new offering from GetResponse. The site has over 500 web form templates available to cover every need. They also provide widget apps, such as exit popup or scroll boxes, for the list builder’s use.
GetResponse provides an easy-to-use landing page builder, allowing a customer to launch an attractive landing page in just a few minutes of work. Built-in web forms, drag ‘n drop editors and optimization tools allow the user to build squeeze pages, sales pages, video pages and more without IT skills.
Responsive Email Design
In today’s technology the smart business owner designs emails for all possible devices – desktop computer, laptop, tablet, and smart phone. Our society is mobile-oriented, so designing your newsletters for mobile devices is rapidly becoming a necessity. With GetResponse’s responsive email design, you’re covered on all available devices.
GetResponse provides its customers with analytical tools to determine what message techniques are successful, allowing the customer to concentrate efforts on the techniques actually generating revenue.
Autoresponders 2.0 allows the customer to send timely emails automatically, such as birthday wishes to customers, and automatic responses to information inquiries, just to name a few. Automatic emails are a necessary function of any list-based business, and Autoresponders 2.0 is an easy-to-use tool.
GetResponse has a powerful drag ‘n drop editor for creating whatever emails a customer needs to build and run a list-based business. The editor is a versatile engine, and driven by the user’s creativity, a marketing method without peer.
Whereas A/B Testing analyzes your messages for marketing effectiveness, GetResponse’s Email Intelligence analyzes your campaigns. With a single click, you can measure site conversions, evaluate follow-ups, and track fluctuations on an hourly basis.
With List Booster, a customer can import subscriber addresses from multiple locations directly into email campaigns. List Booster imports from hard drives and several popular online email applications.
Have you tested your emails on multiple devices and multiple email applications? While standards exist for sending messages, how they look in a subscriber’s inbox is up to the email client. Inbox Preview allows you to see your emails through the most popular end-user email clients.
These are the main features of GetResponse. The service is priced on a per-subscriber basis – $15.00 for the first 1,000 and so on. If you pay for a full year, you get an 18% discount off the per-subscriber price.
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