About a month ago, I switched my email newsletter provider from MailChimp to Aweber so I thought I'd talk about my experiences with the 2 services.





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Written by m4bmarketing
3780 days ago

Some will be time sensitive, but most are not. At the moment it is a bit of trial and error.

Susan



Written by globalcopywrite
3781 days ago

Thanks for the comprehensive review of MailChimp and Aweber. It's definitely given me some insight as to why my graphic designer is such a fan of MailChimp. I love the name of your site. I could have called mine myhusbandwantsaPHD.com.au



Written by mywifequitherjob
3780 days ago

@Globalcopywrite

Hilarious! Better register that one before it's too late. I have a friend that has spent 12 years on his PHD so far and he's still not done yet.



Written by m4bmarketing
3781 days ago

Thanks for the information. I was thinking of switching to mail chimp, but your article gave me the information to stay with Aweber. My only gripe is when sending broadcasts you can't set the time zone. As my subscribers are from many different countries but primarily the US and Australia the time difference is such that morning US eastern time is late night Australian time.

Hopefully one day they will add the feature they have with follow ups to solve this problem.

Susan



Written by mywifequitherjob
3780 days ago

@M4bmarketing

I agree. There are several things about followups and Aweber that I don't particularly like either but they seem to be pretty good about adding new features. Are your newsletters very time sensitive?



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