For content creators". The other is the most popular email marketing platform in the world. Both have enthusiastic fans who will passionately defend why each of them is the bane of email marketing. We are, of course, talking about convertkit and mailchimp . At a glance, both actually offer very similar functionality – landing pages, contact tagging, and automations, for example. But if we take a look at the clever branding of mailchimp and the popular bloggers followed by convertkit, which one would come out on top? Let's find out as we put convertkit and mailchimp through their paces in this in-depth comparison.
Summary of convertkit vs. Mailchimp none of the tools are cheap. Mailchimp will charge you $52.99/month for 5,000 contacts, while convertkit will charge you company mailing list a premium price of $79. Until recently, convertkit didn't even have a free plan. In terms of number of features, mailchimp leads the way, but that doesn't mean they're necessarily better . Ease of use and editor both tools claim to be easy to use, so let's start by looking at what's actually involved in creating an email. Mailchimp's interface is easy to navigate and takes a flexible, step-by-step approach to creating your email.
You can choose whether you want to jump right into the email design (my personal preference) or select recipients and add sender details first. Once you're in their editor, it's quite intuitive to add/remove elements (thanks to the drag-and-drop editor), edit text, and change images and styles. A cancel button is also available, but only when editing text. Mailchimp editor convertkit's tool is also clear to navigate (although their interface is a bit less exciting), with their email builder located under "Broadcasts". However, you need to specify sender details and subscribers before you can create your email. Like mailchimp,