Drip review | Next level up from traditional email marketing

 

Drip (GetDrip.com) is an email automation service that is easy to setup and has a lot of nice Workflow Blueprints to get you started.

Email automation is the next level up from traditional email marketing.

Automation allows you to send targeted emails based on user interactions.

Interactions can include email clicks, page visits, purchases, webinar signups and more.

 

One of Drip’s main strengths is the visual workflow builder and pre-build workflow blueprints.

Perfect for those just getting started with automation.

Support is via a comprehensive Knowledge base and online form.

 

THE GOOD / 

THE BAD / 

  • Visual Workflow Builder
  • Lead Scoring
  • Free Trial requires Credit Card 

 

THE BOTTOMLINE /

Drip offers you email automation with pre-built workflow blueprints.

 

 

Drip compares to Active campaign and has nearly identical features but at approximately twice the price.

Take both for a test drive before committing to either.

Top Features:  Free Trial, No Contract, Can- Spam Compliance, over 180 integrations via Zapier.

 

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Company Overview

Editor’s note: This information was taken directly from the company’s page

Drip may just be the first email marketing tool to make marketing automation accessible to the masses.

It’s grass-fed, organic software lovingly handcrafted in California.

They know software is only one piece of the puzzle, so although they invest a tremendous amount of creative energy into crafting Drip, they also focus on making every interaction with them knock your socks clean off and into the wash.

 
 
Specifications  
Pricing Plans: Subscription. Starting at $49/mo for 2500 contacts, up to Business plan $149/mo for 12,500 contacts. Enterprise available.
Campaign Automation: Yes, split testing is available as well
Surveys, Contests, Polls: No
Social Media Integration: Yes
Custom Templates: Yes or create your own
Contract Required: No
Reporting: Google Analytics
Ease of Use: Pretty nice interface. And lots of support to get your automation up and running.