Here are my best GetResponse Alternatives recommendations after testing several email marketing services: Aweber, Constant Contact, ActiveCampaign, and others.

Okay Guys, the reason I have to move away from GetResponse is due to the high bounce rates and because of the GetResponse blacklisted problems.

For selecting my new email marketing service; I’ve only tested companies that are “affiliate marketing friendly” and allow importing email list with NO re-optin confirmation, and must integrate with WarriorPlus as this is the main marketplace I use to sell my products and services. I also sell products on JVZOO, but unfortunately, only Aweber works with JVZOO, and the others don’t.

My Top 3 GetResponse Alternatives
(ALL Have Free Trials So Test Them Out!)

  1. Constant Contact
  2. Active Campaign
  3. Aweber

At Getresponse, I would normally get 1% or less open rates with 30% bounce rates from both my high quality buyer list and freebie list.

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To test out the new email services, I imported only my “Freebie seeker” email list to see the results I would get from a lower quality list. Since the majority of my list, about 65% is made up of freebie seeker subscribers anyways.

But so far, I’m seeing results of 9%+ open rates with bounce rates way below 1%, which is SOOO MUCH better than GetResponse’s less than 1% open rates with 30% bounce rates.

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Here’s a more in-dept look at each of the 3 email services…

Constant Contact
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My #1 choice, I am moving my list from GetResponse to Constant Contact. It’s fast and easy to setup, importing my list went smoothly. Sending emails was quick and easy. The open rate is awesome at 9% even for a freebie seeker list! They offer a FREE TRIAL with no credit card required, 100 contacts, unlimited sending,  click here to see this Constant Contact deal and sign up.

ActiveCampaign
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My #2 choice, ActiveCampaign is another well known reliable email marketing service. This service is very similar to Constant Contact. Everything was quick and easy to setup and importing my list went smoothly as well. The only thing is that it took about a day to verify my list before I can send it out. They also offer a FREE TRIAL with no credit card required. However it is only for 100 contacts and only 100 sendings per month, which sucks for testing. But definitely a quality service to try out, click here to check out ActiveCampaign.

AWeber
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My #3 choice, Aweber is undoubtly the king of email marketing service providers. However, I place Aweber as my #3 choice, because they disapproved my email list import of 500 subscribers. I guess my freebie list is not good enough for Aweber. However, this may be a good thing I suppose… meaning Aweber value their members, and won’t just let anyone join and import a lower quality list. So if you have a good quality list, give em a try! Aweber offers 30 day free trial (credit card required), 500 contacts, and unlimited sending. Click here to see this Aweber deal.

The Best GetResponse Alternative Solution

What I suggest for you and your list is to sign up at all 3 email marketing services, IT’S FREE! Test them out for yourself, import your lists, send some test emails, see how it works with YOUR LIST. You be the judge, and select the email service you feel is right for your list. For me I will use multiple services from now on. I do not want to ever be in the situation of relying on just 1 email marketing service. Again I highly recommend to check out all 3 email services, test them out: Constant Contact, ActiveCampaign, and Aweber

I also want to mention that I’ve used Sendinblue for sending out my emergency “backup” newsletters while testing out these new email services. It is a good backup to have for sending out emergency newsletters in case your main email service goes down or something. Read my full Sendinblue review.

Lastly, there were also some other recommendations from people about using self-hosted mass mailing software.  I cannot recommend this solution, because the startup cost is too high, the learning curve is too high, the headaches is too much to handle (Server failures, IP bans, etc). So I cannot recommend this solution to you guys.

*Please note, I am an affiliate with these email services recommendations. But I have signed up to each one and have tested them out, and these are my honest recommendations.

Thanks for reading.

Please share your comments and results below if you’ve switched from getresponse to another email marketing service. I’d love to hear from you!