Creating an email drip campaign from scratch isn’t easy. Fortunately, there are dozens of email marketing tools to help you get the job done.

In this post, I’ll share with you my favorite email marketing tools.

Ready? Let’s dive right in!

The Best Email Marketing Tools

These are the best email marketing tools for email marketers to use:

1. MailChimp.


MailChimp made a name for itself in the email marketing world a long time ago, in part because it’s free to use (in a limited capacity).

This platform is super easy to use, making it convenient for beginners, and with it, you can create lists from scratch, import subscribers, customize your emails, and track them all in the same platform.

You can even use it to optimize your CTAs to get more subscribers. And they have tons of excellent email newsletter templates!

2. Constant Contact.

Constant Contact is one of the most robust email marketing tools available today. With it, you’ll get tons of email templates you can use to create the perfect email newsletter, and specialized features catered to your specific industry (including promotional ideas).

You’ll also get support in the form of live chat and user-based discussion forums, so you can get instant feedback on your ideas and/or technical assistance.

3. AWeber.


Next, there’s AWeber, a platform that helps you at every stage of the email marketing process, from attracting new subscribers and forming lists to deploying your actual emails.

You can also use it to integrate with tools like Wordpress, Facebook, and Shopify, so it’s easy to import contacts, and it’s constantly adding new features.

4. Infusionsoft by Keap.

Infusionsoft by Keap

Infusionsoft is a Keap product and email automation software that specializes in marketing automation. It integrates with your CRM platform so you can keep your sales and marketing strategies working in perfect harmony.

It’s a great tool if you’re interested in long-term lead nurturing campaigns, since it keeps your approach as hands-free as possible.

5. SendPulse.


SendPulse is a sort of marketing automation powerhouse. Apart from the core marketing email toolset, SendPulse helps to automate SMS and Web Push notifications and messenger chatbot campaigns.

With SendPulse, you can design custom subscription forms, create email templates, run A/B tests, segment your subscribers, and much more, even with a free plan.

6. Mailgun.


Mailgun is a bit different than the other email marketing tools on this list, hailed as the “email service for developers.” It’s a transactional email API integration that uses the cloud to send, receive, and analyze emails (typically for marketing purposes).

You’ll need some technical expertise to be able to use it, but it has all the features you’ll ever need.

7. Omnisend.


Omnisend is one of the more robust email marketing tools on this list, but it doesn’t sacrifice user-friendliness. Omnisend offers a full suite of email marketing features, including a drag-and-drop visual builder, email capture tools, and tons of templates for both email and automation workflows.

Unlike other email marketing platforms, Omnisend allows you to add several channels to the same automation workflow: email, SMS, push notifications, Facebook Messenger, Whatsapp, and more.

8. ConvertKit.


What good is an email newsletter if it doesn’t result in more clicks or conversions? ConvertKit is an email marketing platform designed to improve your bottom line results.

You can use it to automate your email newsletter campaigns, build opt-in forms for your readers, and monitor a dashboard, where you can track the email metrics that matter most to you.

9. Moosend.


Moosend is an all-in-one email marketing and marketing automation platform with robust features and a short learning curve.

Apart from its core email marketing features and easy-to-use drag-and-drop email editor, you can create subscription forms, use automation recipes, and make informed decisions by looking at your analytics.

10. FeedBlitz.


FeedBlitz is a great email marketing tool for bloggers, since you can use it to manage your email campaigns, RSS feeds, and even some of your social media profiles.

With it, you can easily convert your content feed into an email newsletter, which you can then send to a wider network of subscribers.

11. SendX.


SendX has a wide variety of features for email marketers, from building an email list from scratch to creating landing pages and opt-in forms to secure more conversions and subscribers, respectively.

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There are also some built-in automation features, so you can send the right messages to the right people, all at the right times.

12. Campaign Monitor.

Campaign Monitor

The aptly named Campaign Monitor allows you to… monitor your campaign.

Campaign Monitor has features that allow you to customize every element of your email newsletter, then distribute that newsletter across all your subscriber lists and track its long-term performance.

13. Drip.


Drip campaigns are a must for any modern email marketer, which is why Drip tries to make it easy.

It’s a tool focused on email automation and personalization, giving you the opportunity to automatically send emails to first-time buyers, shopping cart abandoners, repeat customers, and other promising prospects.

14. GetResponse.


GetResponse is an ideal tool for helping you import and manage your subscriber data, which can get unwieldy fast if you’re working with an audience of thousands.

Plus, you can use it to create new emails, automate specific messages to be sent in sequence, and analyze data related to your overall campaign.

15. MotionMail.


MotionMail is more of a niche tool than the other apps and tools on this list, giving you the opportunity to add countdown timers to your emails.

Timers create a sense of urgency, and increase the likelihood that your readers will take action. They’re also a great way to build suspense leading up to a reveal or announcement.

16. Albacross.


Albacross is a powerful B2B Lead Generation Platform that provides businesses with the possibility to identify and monitor companies visiting their websites, and get extra data on the unknown organizations including their size, revenue, industry, location, and contact details.

The seamless integration with Zapier enables you to export your targeted leads to your CRM system and/or email outreach tool.

Having this data at your disposal allows you to create email marketing campaigns with enhanced audience segmentation and increased open rates.

17. Sender.


Sender gives you the ability to quickly and easily keep in touch with customers and grow your business via email marketing at an affordable price.

You can choose from a library of professionally designed templates, or create your own unique designs in minutes without the need for coding.

18. ReachMail.

ReachMail is an email marketing platform that offers unlimited storage, and gives you access to features like signup confirmations, welcome messages, and like several platforms on this list, automated drip campaigns.

You’ll also get robust reports on metrics like open rates, click through rates, and bounces, so you can constantly improve.

19. Litmus.


Litmus is an all-in-one tool that lets you design and write your emails from scratch, build and test those emails, then distribute them across multiple subscriber lists and segments.

If you don’t feel like creating all your own emails from scratch, you can also rely on one of Litmus’s dozens of approachable templates.

20. ActiveCampaign.


Finally, there’s ActiveCampaign, an email marketing automation platform. Using drag-and-drop controls, you can segment your automated messages and use personalization for a better individual appeal.

This platform also features automated workflows, autoresponders, and other tools to improve your efficiency.

Why Email Is About More Than Marketing

Most of these email marketing tools are free or inexpensive, and nearly all of them at least allow you a free trial before you buy. Give them a try in your campaign, and see which ones have the best features for your business.

And be sure not to miss our post on the top email marketing metrics that marketers need to know, this list of B2B lead generation tools, as well as our list of sales email templates you can use in your campaign! It’s also worth checking out our big post on automated email responses if you want to set up email automation for your organization.

These email tools are perfect for building and harnessing the full power of an email marketing or advertising campaign, including measuring and improving email engagement. Be sure to also see our list of the best bulk email services.

But email plays a larger role in your company’s profitability than you might think.

Together, you and your employees are sending and receiving thousands of emails per day. How many emails does your team send and receive every day? How fast do they respond to new leads, prospects, and customers? And which of your employees aren’t pulling their weight?

These are just a few of the questions that EmailAnalytics can help you answer. Sign up for a free trial today, and find out!