|10-29-2009, 08:35 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2008
Mailing lists - which software to use
I'm busy setting up a website that will need to be able to manage at least 2 mailing lists, possibly more as the site evolves.
I've looked at phplist and Aweber but having had no previous experience with maintaining a mailing list, I thought I'd ask for some input from people who have.
Please let me know which system you prefer (if neither let me know what mailing list software you use)
|11-02-2009, 03:06 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Commercial autoresponders such as Aweber is better than self-hosted solutions such as PHPlist just because of deliverability issues.
Aweber is very strict and requires double opt-ins and that may pose a problems for your business model.
MailChimp.com seems to be a bit more flexible in terms and more friendly toward API integration. I haven't used it personally but considering offering it as an alternative to the client that cannot accept strictness and inflexibility of AWeber.
I personally wrote integration script with AWeber and use it for a few years as well with no issues. So if you're basic starter WEB guy - Aweber is a good overall choice.
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