GetResponse has some different features that make it stand out from HubSpot and the others on this list. GetResponse’s main offering is their email marketing, but marketing automation, CRM and lead capture features are all there. So it is a best alternative to Hubspot for small and medium sized businesses. I suggest if you looking for email newsletter sending only, check out our review of affordable email...
In GetResponse versus MailChimp, the Chimp will run you $99 for 10K contacts in the standard plan, while GetResponse will cost only $95 (or 75 based on yearly pricing). So the pricing is just a tad lower. But the catch is that GetResponse only charges on active subscribers, which MailChimp doesn’t.
Ideal For: GetResponse can be used by anyone looking to get started with marketing automation. However, I would recommend it to online businesses selling products and/or services. This also includes businesses that market and sell using webinars. The combination of autofunnels and webinar platform alone is worth the investment in GetResponse.
GetResponse is easy-to-use and you'll typically find good results from the tool, although it works best with the simpler features, like email newsletters. It can become trickier to work with the platform if you plan on implementing complicated conditional logic and marketing automation.
GetResponse has a comprehensive feature set for small businesses, bloggers and small startups alike. I think that makes it the best bang for your buck for entrepreneurs who may need a whole suite of tools.
GetResponse is a world-famous ESP. They are the best tool for you if you host webinars. They will send an invitation, a sequence of reminders, and will provide you with statistics regarding the attendees. And will ask them for feedback.
Although its price is a strong point, the richness in features is what makes GetResponse a great email marketing solution. You get a ton of features and abilities. For example, you get a landing page creator, a tool to create marketing tracks for webinars, the ability to create five split tests, a drag-and-drop editor, and much more.