Top Email Blast Software

Many email marketing newbies ask us what email blast software we use.

The answer is that we don’t use any email software. We manage our email blast campaigns through an email service provider.

Yes, you will have to pay a monthly fee when you send through an email blast service provider, but the cost is insignificant compared to other marketing channels.

With email marketing you can put your message in front of tens of thousands of prospects for as low as $12 per thousand. That is way cheaper than any PPC.

Many newbies still want to send email blasts through their ISP with email blast software. It’s a recipe for getting blocked and wasting your time and money. Deliver-ability is the name of the game in email marketing and if your email blast can’t get thru, you are wasting your time.

We recommend that you sign up with a couple email service providers and see which one works the best.

Create your email blast today – Free Trial (use links below)

Sign up for a free trial with the most popular email service providers. Send a few email blasts for free through each email company, then keep the one that works best for you.

Each of the email blast companies below offers a free trial where you can send your free email blast. We’ve ranked them with the largest free email blast first.

Email Company Free Email Blast Promotion
Overall Rating
Free Email Blast Free Email Blast – 100 emails for free through
Vertical Response
Rating: ★★★★★
Free Email Blast for Small Business Free 60 Day Trial – Send Email Blasts Free for 60 Days though Constant Contact Rating: ★★★★½
Free Email Marketing Service 15 Day Free Trial of iContact email blast servers Rating: ★★★☆☆

Three more email blast companies to consider:

  1. StreamSend – We prefer StreamSend over all the others. Their setup is easy to use, intuitive and not very expensive. We prefer StreamSend because they charge based on emails sent, not the size of your list. This is important for people who might send once or twice a month.
  2. Awebber – A great platform for people who want to try their hand at marketing automation – where you create a email sales campaign and then send on a time delay (ex. 1 email per day for 7 days.) Awebber charges based on the size of your list, so they may be a good choice if you plan on sending once a week or more.
  3. GetResponse – For marketers looking for more than just an email service provider, GetResponse provides multi-media email blast capabilities, cross-channel tracking and automation, GetResponse may be for you. Not quite as easy to use as StreamSend, but more features. If you want to combine email marketing with social marketing and video, then GetResponse has the tools to do the job.

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