Compare EasyMail7 vs SendGrid

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Software Description:

G-Lock EasyMail7 is in-house self-managed email marketing software that helps users create and deliver awesome, personalized emails to their customers, easily build fully-customizable drip campaigns for all needs, schedule email campaigns at the right time in the future, test Inbox placement and spam score to detect potential delivery issues before sending a real email campaign and use online subscription forms to collect subscribers.

EasyMail7 can work as a powerful front-end to any email delivery service like Amazon SES, Sendgrid, Mandrill, MailGun etc. With EasyMail7, CAN-SPAM compliance, bounce and unsubscribe management is automated.

Software Description:

SendGrid helps you focus on your business without the cost and complexity of owning and maintaining an email infrastructure.

We manage all of the technical details from scaling the infrastructure, to whitelist services and real-time analytics. We offer world-class deliverability expertise to make sure your emails get delivered.

Features:

  • Contact Management

Features:

  • API
  • Chat
  • Analytics

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FAQs:

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Publisher:

Founded:
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Based in:
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Employees:
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Likes:
3.36k
Followers:
22k

Publisher:

Founded:
2009
Based in:
Boulder
Employees:
201-500
Likes:
Followers:

Other:

Who uses EasyMail7
  • Startups
  • Enterprises
Desktop Platforms:
  • Windows
Languages:
English
Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.

Other:

Who uses SendGrid
  • Personal
  • Startups
  • SMEs
  • Enterprises
Desktop Platforms:
  • Web App
Mobile Platforms:
  • iOS
  • Android
Regional Restrictions:
No restrictions.
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