ConstantContact is an email marketing tool. It features unlimited emailing, customizable templates as well as a gallery of pre-created templates for certain types of businesses or industries. It has pop-ups where you can include your forms, as well as integration with advertising tools such as Facebook or Instagram ads. Its most advanced plan includes features such as automation, event management via email (RSVP) as well as reports by campaign or automation.
ConstantContact has two plans, it does not have a freemium plan. The cheapest plan is focused on email. You can send unlimited emails, work with custom templates, as well as integrate with platforms such as Shopify or Woocommerce for sending abandoned carts. This plan starts at $20 per month with a maximum of 500 contacts. The most advanced plan, starting at $45 a month, and in addition to including everything detailed in the previous plan, includes more advanced features such as the ability to create surveys, coupons, integration with payment gateways, dynamic content as well as automations.
|No. of Users||A/B Testing|
|Email ||Starts at $20||1||✕|
|Email Plus ||Starts at $45||10||✔|
ConstantContact Main Features
A positive review we found about ConstantContact
I use CC to handle our vast list of contacts and submit email updates. It’s great to segment our list— from communications to fundraising, from general interest. The automated features are good, especially because it won’t allow the same email to appear twice in the same inbox. This fuses multiple contacts as well. We’re using it throughout the company. Constant contact is good for combining duplicate addresses, updating your address book, providing reliable open rate and detailed reports, and enabling you to segment wide email lists.
A bad review we found about ConstantContact
Allowances. In addition to the account owner, there are basically two types of permissions: project creator and account manager. It would be good to have more granular control over what users can do, as account manager allows users a lot of freedom, but to deal with contacts, plan a send, etc. The other thing that I don’t like is how high the price ramps up. I feel that Constant Contact is the most stable system after using Emma and MailChimp. But it’s expensive.