Free? Did I make a mistake? Nope. This is the first free autoresponder that “you can rely on,” according to Gary Ambrose.
What is List Wire? They’re a division of Internet Marketing Aces, LLC and they, “… make it easy to send email newsletters, follow-up messages, and one-time email promotions to subscribers who have specifically opted in to receive those messages… with the emphasis on easy.”
So, what’s the catch? Does “free” mean that they will be skimping out on features? Or ask you to upgrade every five minutes? Or that it’s too complicated to use? Nope, not at all.
They have sufficient features that help with building your list, managing your prospects, automating follow-up emails, and broadcast (one-time) messages.
They make it easy (they really focus on this easy thing) to create subscription forms to add to your website. They even ensure to have an extremely high send out percentage by using a double opt-in process, so you don’t have to worry about your emails not getting delivered.
If you need an email sequence that’s 10, 50, or 100 emails long, List Wire can do this. You can actually send an unlimited number of pre-scheduled emails. And yes, they have an advanced HTML editor that even newbies can use.
Want to send out a broadcast message because of an event that’s coming up? That’s possible as well. You can even send them to multiple lists at a time. This system can even send messages out to Facebook and Twitter.
List Wire has an advanced link-tracking feature as well. This, along with the broadcasting feature, can help you test your lists (if you have multiple) and see which responds more.
Lastly, they take care of any unsubscribing, invalid email addresses, and anyone who marks your emails as spam. They are a whitelisted sender where available, so all of these things should be at a minimum.
And yes: this is completely free and always will be. This service could help you save hundreds of dollars a year, while still having all the features you need!
Have more questions? Go to their website and check it out for yourself at Listwire.com.
Have any of you tried this out? Does it really hold up to all its promises? Leave your comments below!