Sendinblue is an online marketing tool that offers you everything you need to get your message to your customers: email marketing, sms marketing or chat, are some of the media that offer you the ability to automate everything through tools that allow you to automate the flow of communications you send to your contacts. Some of the most outstanding clients who use Sendblue are Amnesty International, Michelin or Louis Vuitton as they indicate on their page.
Like other email marketing tools, Sendinblue’s price varies depending on the features you need as well as the number of emails you send. Their free plan is one of the biggest rivals to Mailchimp’s freemium plan (2000 free emails per month), as they allow up to 300 free emails per day regardless of the number of contacts. Some of its more advanced features such as its landing page tool, chat or its integration with Facebook ads, are only available in the most expensive plan that starts at $49 a month (with a limit of 120,000 emails per day).
|No. of Emails|
|Free ||$0||300 per day|
|Lite ||$25||40,000 per month|
|Essential ||$39||60,000 per month|
|Premium ||$66-$173||120,000 to 350,000 per month|
|Enterprise ||Customized||350,000+ per month|
SendinBlue Main Features
A positive review we found about SendinBlue
It’s overall ease of use when I first saw it was a huge plus, but I think the point of selling for me was the functionality of contact management. The ability to keep all of our lists in one place and filter for certain contacts has changed the way we market and made it a hundred times easier to personalize the process.
A bad review we found about SendinBlue
I got no feedback after designing my email course to let me know if someone had signed up for my course or if they had finished the course. I contacted customer support and was told they had no such choice on their website yet so I’ll have to monitor my subscriber activities manually through the contacts and automation log page. I would like the signup form to be as flexible and completely customizable as MailChimp’s ability to use a photo as the signup form header.