MailChimp Vs GetResponse
Round 1: Pricing
|Basic||Free up to 2000 subscribers||From $16/month for 1000 subscribers|
|Pro||$240/month 50000 subscribers||$250/month 50000 subscribers|
GetResponse and MailChimp have very similar pricing structures, and both make all their features available for every paid plan. MailChimp wins for its limited free version up to 2000 subscribers.
Round 2: Features
|Landing Page Creation||BEST|
|Email Engagement Tracking||y||y|
|Individual Subscriber Tracking||y||y|
|Advanced Workflow Automation||y||y|
Both programs have similar feature levels, but GetResponse offers better split testing (4 tests instead of 2) and a built in way to make custom landing pages for your campaigns, as well as phone support. MailChimp does have an edge for social media campaign integration.
Round 3: Integrations
|CMS (Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal)||Y||Y|
MailChimp and GetResponse integrate with lots of problems, and both are developer friendly if you need to make a custom app.
Round 4: Language support
|Support for over 26 languages||Support 6 languages|
|Multiple alphabets and languages supported||Multiple alphabets and languages supported|
The battle score
Overall Winner: GetResponse!
But you might prefer MailChimp if:
- You want to use the free version
- You use social media heavily in your campaigns
- You use a less common language