How to Win a Guaranteed Prize from GetResponse

getresponse promotionEnjoying surprises? Well, then what I’m about to write wouldn’t interest you… but you should read this blog post, anyway :)

If you are running a blog and want to better engage your readers by offering them to join your mailing list for regular newsletters (and blurbs of special offers,) you need to use email marketing solution to help you manage your list and newsletters and emails deliveries.

GetResponse – one of the leading email marketing solutions – has launched Everyone Wins promotion on June 15, 2011. It’s an interesting promotion because GetResponse guarantees that the first 1,000 sign-ups shall receive a prize – so yes, there are 1,000 prizes to win.

Here’s what to win:

Apple iPad2 (there are still 2 available!)… Amazon Kindle (only 1 left!)… MarketingProfs Email Marketing Factbook… and a number of free accounts, such as webinars accounts, and GetResponse’s own email marketing accounts.

Pretty interesting, especially the iPad and Kindle :) – however, your chances of winning those is just the same with the other new signups, as prizes are drawn then assigned by GetResponse team.

There is no catch – just sign up with GetResponse for a particular plan that suit your need (pricing starts from $9.95/month, up to 250 subscribers) and you will automatically entered into the prize drawing.

But… is GetResponse good enough?

Apart from the promo – is GetResponse good enough? Well, I am actually in the middle of exploring for the best email marketing solution… Aweber, iContact, Constant Contact… GetResponse has been recommended by many, and I think it can help me with my soon-to-launch email marketing campaign on my blogs.

I particularly enjoy the easy-to-customize sign-up form – just drag-and-drop, enter a few details, and copy-and-paste the embed code to add to your blog; simple and straightforward. On the backend, you can get what you expect to be offered by a good email marketing solution provider: Analytics, email templates and design, anti-spam protection, etc.

I suggest you to visit GetResponse and see whether it can offer what you are looking for.


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