Are you looking for the cheapest way to send bulk emails to your customers or audience? I have found the best inexpensive, easy email marketing service is Flodesk.
Sending Emails to Customers Can be Expensive
As a business owner or blogger, you have probably already seen how expensive it can be to send emails to your customers and clients.
As a long time blogger, I’ve tried several different bulk email options and plans.
Many providers charge businesses per subscriber, or range of subscribers.
There are a few options for those that have a small list, but the capabilities are usually limited in the free versions.
For example, for all the bells and whistles to help you “connect with your fans, foster your community, and earn a living online” Convert Kit has plans ranging from free to $2799 per month! If you want automated funnels and sequences, the cheapest plan is $9/month but that’s only for 300 subscribers. Businesses with 10,000 subscribers will pay $119 or $167 per month depending on the features desired.
A cheaper option is Mailchimp. The least expensive plan that includes the essentials is $9.99 per month for 500 subscribers. For those with 10,000 contacts, the premium plans starts at $299 per month.
Create Quick, Cheap Emails to Customers
Why I love Flodesk
What I love about Flodesk is that it’s one flat CHEAP rate no matter how many subscribers you have. Whether you have 100 or 100,000 subscribers, you pay the same monthly rate of $38 per month.
Beginners and experts can use Flodesk to grow their business. They make it super easy to get started with a ton design and content templates. Creators can also design an email from scratch, if desired.
If you want to save even more money on your email list, this is your LAST CHANCE to lock in beta pricing. Get unlimited emails and subscribers for just $19/mo! This deal is good until November 2. Be sure to use my Flodesk link to get the 50% off discount.
You can even start out with a free trial and lock in your rate. No credit card required.
Rachel K. Belkin, M.Ed, is a journalist and writer with over 15 years of expertise in travel, business and marketing education, health, and local Austin, Texas events.
With a Master's degree in education from Texas State University and a Business Foundations Certification from The University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business, Rachel's extensive background is highlighted by her published works and contributions to prestigious publications, including HuffPost, Hometalk, Matador Network, AP News, and MSN.com, as well as on her own platforms, Rachel K. Belkin, Elkin Bay, and Probe the Globe.
Beyond her accomplishments in writing, Rachel is a sought-after educator, teaching businesses effective marketing strategies and content creation techniques. Notably, she successfully built a blog from scratch in 2008, ultimately selling it for six figures in 2021.
Rachel's commitment to advocacy is exemplified by her role on the Breast Cancer Resource Center Advisory Council, particularly contributing to the success of the Young Survivor Project. Rachel is also an experienced public speaker with appearances on TV segments for Fox 7 Austin, KXAN, and CBS Austin and as a speaker at conferences and professional networking meetings for business owners and cancer survivors.