EzineDirector.com Newsletter Service
My name is Joel, and I've
been developing websites since 2001. I first created an
account with EzineDirector in January of 2004, I believe that
I found them by doing a Google search for email companies.
It's 2014, and I'm still a happy user of their services.
Before then, I didn't even
realize why someone needed to set up an account with a mass
email company like that. If I had to send an email to
dozens of people, I figured that I could just add their email
addresses and click send, right? Wrong. I found
out the hard way that many internet service providers like
AOL, Comcast and Bellsouth would often stick someone's email
address on a blocked list of senders if that person sent out
enough emails that it looked like it may be spam.
After realizing this, I
checked out a few different newsletter sites, and chose
Ezinedirector. The main reason why is that I knew that I
could send out thousands of emails at a time for myself or a
client, and the chances of being blocked were slim to none.
The other big selling point
then, and today, was the pricing. With Ezinedirector,
I'm allowed to create different emailing lists for different
clients, all under one account. I pay only $19.50 a
month, and that allows me to send up to 19,499 emails monthly.
That means if I have 19,000 subscribers to my email
newsletter, I can send out one mass email to them a month.
But if I had only 600 subscribers, I could literally send them
a mass email every single day of the month, and still fall
under my 19,499 email limit (meaning I still pay $19.50 a
month). Of course, I wouldn't actually send out mass
emails like that every day.
How does that pricing
compare to other companies? When it comes to big
newsletter companies, the main one that I notice being talked
about is CC (no need to say the whole name, you can probably
guess the company). A few of my web design clients use
CC, and to be perfectly honest, it's a nice email service.
But the difference in pricing between their company and
Ezinedirector is night and day when you start to get more
subscribers. If I have 19,000 subscribers to my
Ezinedirector account, it only costs me $19.50 a month.
But for the exact same number of subscribers (19,000), CC
charges $150 a month under their standard plan. There
are differences in features, but nothing that would warrant me
paying $130 more a month than I already do.
As a whole, Ezinedirector
is fairly easy to use. I log into my account, write up
an email that I want to send to subscribers, schedule it for a
later date, and they do the rest. I have automatic forms
set up on different websites that allows site visitors to
enter their email and sign up for a newsletter. I don't
have to do anything, I just sit and wait as my subscriber list
grows. Plus, my clients can collect email addresses at
their physical location, and then manually add several hundred
emails to their Ezinedirector account just by uploading a
single text file with the addresses on it.
For the last eight years, I
think I've had to contact their technical support maybe once
or twice. I got fast service, and have no complaints.
In a nutshell, Ezinedirector is affordable, easy to use, and
reliable. Whenever a new client hires me to design their
website, and asks about setting up an email list, I always
The interesting thing is
that Ezinedirector doesn't even have an affiliate program,
meaning that I don't make a dime if I get one of my clients to
sign up for their services. They simply have the
features and pricing that are a good fit for my clients, so I
recommend them. I think they should at least send me a
t-shirt or something, but for now, I'll keep referring my
clients to Ezinedirector.
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