I'm open sourcing my email platform to disrupt the email as a service industry
Imagine waking up to this email:
"On Monday, Jan. 14th, 2019, monthly Drip pricing will be increasing...
At the moment your subscription is $2,634/mo. for up to 367,500 subscribers. This equates to be $31,608 per year.
On the new pricing model, you would be at $4,193/mo. with up to 370,000 subscribers. That's $50,316 per year..."
Drip gave me less than 2 weeks to decide, and I was livid because they already had serious outages - including one that caused virus warnings for all my MSN/Outlook customers! Little did they know I had been working on a custom email platform for the last 3 months, and this was the push I needed to launch.
Save outrageous amounts of money on your email list and improve deliverability with my free software!
I'm Jeremy, and I've been growing online businesses since 2008. I started in SEO, hated it, and eventually discovered the wonderful world of direct marketing and Conversion Rate Optimization
I've built several very popular websites with millions of monthly users (the biggest has 363,000+ active and engaged email subscribers)
I worked for Conversion Rate Experts from 2010-2015, and I'm not allowed to say anything else about my time there. But you could always Google them to get the gist of what I did there ;)
After spending more than $50,000 sending emails, I decided it was time to build my own email platform
Fun fact: In 2015 I manually unsubscribed more people from my list than most businesses get in their lifetime (637,226 to be exact) because I couldn't afford to have a list that big :(
Why give away something so valuable?
I think Email as a Service is a racket and providers charge an offensive amount of money, without having the exceptional service needed to justify their price.
To fix this, I worked with an incredible developer to use Amazon's latest technology to deliver my emails simply and cheaply
There's a lot of misconceptions about Amazon's deliverability: things have changed and unless you're sending spam your deliverability should improve.
My monthly spend dropped from $4,193 to $360, and my deliverability actually went up!
I already have a business, and I don't want to be tempted to get greedy like the rest of them