Looking for a good email host


#1

What are some affordable email hosts that you would recommend? Thanks!


#2

GMail is a pretty good one. I use Zoho Mail for my ThinkSaveRetire email, which is also pretty good.


#3

I’ve been told Aweber is decent as well. Thank you!


#4

For email, I use gmail but I hear outlook is good too.

If you are looking for newsletters, I recommend Mailchimp. It has a free option up to 2000 subscribers.


#5

GMail for sure. I’ve used it for years and have been VERY happy with it.


#6

I gave up hosting my own email, because it was such a hassle to deal with spam. Gmail has been great.


#7

You use Gmail as a email distribution program? It’s good for sending thousands of emails at once?


#8

No, they’ll block you after a while. I sent several hundred emails once and they started rejecting new ones of similar content.

For mass-mailings I use MailChimp with one account and ConvertKit for another.


#9

Oh ok. That’s what I was referring to. Thanks for your help. Is mail chimp expensive?


#10

No I use MailChimp, but I also don’t send a whole lot of mail out.


#11

MailChimp has a free option. No reason not to at least try it out.


#12

I guess it will integrate with wordpress? I’ll check into it. Thanks so much sir :slight_smile:


#13

Ok thanks. Mail chimp seems to be peoples choice. I’ll look into it. Thanks!


#14

I use zoho mail for most of my businesses which has been absolutely brilliant.


#15

Being a frugal personal finance blogger price is definitely an issue for me. Are they reasonable? Thanks so much for your post!


#16

Since I only need it for one email per business, it’s free. The free package does only cover one domain, so I just open multiple zoho accounts. The 5gb that the free package comes with is enough for me too and encourages me to keep a clean inbox.


#17

Free is GOOD! I will check into it. Thank you Pia :slight_smile:


#18

Zoho Mail is what I’m using for mail on my domain as well. Nameserver setup is easy, and it’s all just forwarding to my gmail - with the ability to send from there and use Zoho’s server.

I hadn’t realized that Google Apps for your Domain doesn’t have a free plan anymore until I tried to set it up. :frowning: Looks like there aren’t too many free email hosts out there anymore.


#19

I love Mailerlite, it’s SO EASY to use! I’ve tried Sumo and Mailchimp but Mailerlite was by far the easiest to set up. It syncs really well with Wordpress too [there’s even a free plugin you can use for forms]


#20

And this is good for mass mailings too? Affordable? Thanks for your help!