Two good ones are Mail Chimp and Constant Contact. With Mail Chimp, you can start small and free. You can design your own email newsletter templates, and if you already tried a blog and a website on Day Three, you’ll know how easy that is. You can also add your contacts to a database, put them in a list and divide them into separate groups, if you want to.
One great thing about email marketing tools is that they have bright people working on ways to help your emails go into your customers’ inboxes and not get shooed away by spam filters or shoved into the junk file.
Again, search online and look for others that suit your needs if these two don’t do the trick.
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