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How is getresponse?

Discussion in 'Email Marketing' started by church, Jan 23, 2014.

  1. church

    church Affiliate affiliate

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    Has anyone got any feedback on it for affiliates?
     
  2. K

    K Administrator Administrator affiliate

    Personally i'd always stick to aWeber but its your call.
     
  3. Snoop

    Snoop Affiliate affiliate

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    Stick with Aweber I couldn't get on with GR
     
  4. Jay Wessman

    Jay Wessman Affiliate affiliate

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    It's decent. Can pretty much do everything that Aweber can do however I prefer the interface of Aweber.
     
  5. huester

    huester Affiliate affiliate

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    I swapped over due to the interface being easier and pricing cheaper. :)
     
  6. perrycraft

    perrycraft Affiliate affiliate

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    In general GR would be great if they would fix bugs and be more responsive to the users reporting. Within last 3 months I created about 50, while with AWeber about 20 within 2 years.

    Please stop all the HYPE about GetResponse. They are not as good as one might think, although I cannot say worthless.
     
  7. douglasobrien

    douglasobrien Affiliate affiliate

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    Getresponse was a much better choice for those wishing to create email marketing campaigns using an existing list, because when you imported your personal mailing list to Aweber, your subscribers could not join a list without reconfirming their subscription.
     
  8. thedavinator

    thedavinator Affiliate Manager Affiliate Manager affiliate

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    Your question was pertaining to how Get Response deals with and treats affiliate marketers..yeah? Well, actually using Get Response with the affiliate marketing model is just fine. They fully endorse that..as per their terms. However, stay away from MailChimp. It states very clearly in their terms of service that their platform does NOT condone it's use for affiliate marketing.

    I'm not really sure why...and I know some are still attempting to use them that way. But, it's definitely not worth the risk in my opinion...
     
    Jane Deborach likes this.
  9. Jane Deborach

    Jane Deborach Affiliate affiliate

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    I agree with thedavinator! Stay away from Mailchimp cause their legal policies are too strict and weird. You should try GetResponse and affiliate marketing won't be a problem anymore. If you're not sure you can always try free trial version from official GR website: http://www.getresponse.com
    Take care!
    :)
     

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