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I think we'll all agree that invoicing can be a pain! It can be complicated, intimidating, and can waste a lot of productive time which you could have spent on what you love to do. Wouldn't it be great if...
In this MailChimp vs ConvertKit comparison review article, we'll compare these two tools in core areas and help you decide which one you should sign up for. This article will not follow the regular review comparison template we usually follow at 99signals. Instead, we'll show you 5 areas in which Mailchimp trumps ConvertKit and 5 areas where ConvertKit is better.
SendPulse seamlessly combines simplicity with complexity to offer an email marketing product that can give veterans such as Mailchimp, AWeber, and GetResponse a run for their money. It seeks to bring unique features and an easy learning curve to the email service provider (ESP) market, making it an ideal option for beginners.
Briefcase by AppSumo is a membership-based service that gives you access to dozens of top-tier business tools for $49/mo. Is it worth it? Let's find out!
Increasing a website's organic traffic is a challenging task for marketers and bloggers. Fortunately, there are top-notch SEO tools like Serpstat that make this complex task easier. If you haven't used this tool before, please check out our detailed review of Serpstat...
Venngage is a popular online infographic maker that's used by several marketing experts. But is it really as good as they say? That's what we attempt to find out in our detailed review of Venngage Infographics.
In this OptinMonster review, we'll examine the key features of the tool and highlight 6 ups and 3 downs of one of the most popular list building plugins in the market.
In this Instapage review, we will take a closer look at the tool's features, pricing, and even guide you in creating your first landing page with Instapage.
Email marketing is no monkey business. Or is it? Founded in 2001 by Ben Chestnut and Dan Kurzius, MailChimp with its loveable banana-loving mascot has quickly become one of the most widely-used email marketing services across the world.
For most businesses and bloggers, email marketing is one of the primary drivers of traffic to the site. It's also an effective way to communicate with your website visitors. According to Kissmetrics, email reaches three times more people than Twitter and Facebook combined...