Sending Emails with MailGet is a lot affordable than any other email marketing software out there.
Quickly Create emails with in-built email builder
Clean your email list to remove bad emails before sending emails.
Easily manage all your subscribers at one place.
Capture more email leads with in-built lead capture tool.
Easily add subscription form to your website to capture leads from website.
Automatically send welcome email when a new subscriber joins your email list.
Easily import emails to your list within MailGet.
Get better inbox placements by sending emails through multiple email delivery vendors.
Send automatic follow-up email to non-opens.
Track email clicks and opens easily for all your campaigns.
Automatically deliver emails on pre-set schedule to engage your subscribers.
Send your emails via multiple SMTPs to achieve best inbox deliverability.
MailGet is the only tool that automatically handle bounces and spam complaints for all popular SMTP’s. This means if an email bounces once, no further emails will be sent ever again through any SMTP to that email address.
MailGet is an email marketing application that enables you to connect multiple external SMTP or email vendors for sending emails. You can send emails to reach your prospective customers via any SMTP.
MailGet manages all your subscribers list, comes with a drag drop email builder and allows you to setup lots of automation rules for sending emails. It is a perfect solution to manage your entire email marketing. Just create account, connect with SMTP and you’re all set too send emails.
MailGet is a lot affordable than any other email marketing service. The pricing plans are based on the number of subscribers you can store in MailGet account. MailGet charges a flat fee of $29 for sending unlimited emails to 25,000 subscribers, $49 for 50,000 subscribers and $79 for 100,000 subscribers.
With Amazon SES, you are going to get the best deliverability rates. We send emails directly using your Amazon SES or any other SMTP account. We fully supports Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM) and Sender Policy Framework (SPF) keys, giving you double assurance about your email deliverability.
With MailGet, you also get the flexibility to experiment with multiple email vendors and can achieve the best email delivery possible.
Yes, intially Amazon SES or any SMTP service impose a limit in order to protect your sending reputation. The process can vary for different providers.
In general, you need to request a limit increase after sending first few campaigns. Incase your Amazon SES account is in Sandbox mode, then you need to send a request to increase your email sending limit before sending your first campaign. Once your email sending limit is increased, you will be able to send 50,000 emails per day and more.
MailGet connects with 50+ SMTP services and external email vendors including Amazon SES, SendGrid, MailGun, Google Suite etc.
You can always ask our support for any questions related to SMTP connectivity with MailGet. We will be happy to do the entire SMTP setup for you. We will try to make sure that you can send your email campaigns as soon as possible with MailGet.
Yes it is. We guide you at each and every step of the process and you can easily get your campaign ready within minutes. Our users on an average take not more than 10 minutes to setup their campaign and send emails to their audience.
We can also do the entire SMTP setup at our end, if that is a challenge for you. Get in touch with our live support for any question regarding setup.
Yes you will be needing to connect any SMTP with your MailGet account for sending emails. Once you’ve connected your MailGet account with any SMTP, then you can start sending emails right away.
Note that you won’t be able to send emails without connecting with any SMTP.
Yes you will be needing to pay to SMTP as well. Like if you use Amazon SES, then they provide 62,000 email credis for free. After that Amazon SES charge $1 for 10K email credits. In general, every SMTP providers has some free credit plan, which is best to use for getting started with any SMTP.