How To Choose The Best Email Marketing Software For You

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 16-08-2017

Can I share with you two of the biggest lies in marketing?

  1. Email marketing is dead
  2. Your email marketing software doesn’t matter

Firstly, email marketing isn’t dead. No matter what that dude said on Reddit. It’s thriving, and it’s integral to making money online.

Secondly, your software – the platform you use to email from – really does matter.

The ‘just pick one and run with’ thinking of the past doesn’t work anymore. You need to find a client that works for you. One that does the things that you need. That gives you comfort and control over your list.

Because if you don’t have that, you’re setting yourself up to fail. And you’ll be wasting time and effort emailing people in a way that you shouldn’t be.

Now, who that client is for you is completely, well…down to you. But it helps to know what makes a client good, or bad, before you take the plunge and invest.

That’s what this article aims to give you….

What You Will Learn

  • Why email marketing is so important
  • How to choose the best email marketing software for you
  • The key features & benefits of each if the email marketing options
  • Who uses each email marketing platform & why

Why Is Email Marketing So Important?

As I mentioned before, there have been whispers in the Internet Marketing community that email marketing is dead.

I don’t know where they started, and I don’t know when they’ll end, but I do know this:

They’re lies.

Email marketing is as alive and well as ever. In fact, it’s still essential to making money online.

Because it gives you a lot of benefits you can’t get with any other form of marketing in the same way. It allows you to:

  • Have Unlimited Access: You can get in touch with your customers at any time of day, from anywhere in the world, in just a few clicks. And, best of all, they’ve given you the permission to do it.
  • Build Relationships: Whether you’re a solo blogger, or a big-time business, you can humanise yourself by sending personalised, valuable emails to your audience. Even from an autoresponder platform.
  • More Traffic: Having an email list means more people know about, and come to, your site. Because when you email them to let them know, they’ll come flocking in big numbers. Take a look at this traffic graph Matt posted about his own mailing list, every red arrow is when he sent an email to his list:

matt email traffic screenshot

  • Everlasting Love: No matter what happens – your site gets penalised, your wife runs off with the milkman, your husband decides to move to The Philippines to ‘find himself’, or you decide to pack in Social Media Marketing altogether – you’ll always have your mailing list to fall back on. If it’s managed well, it can serve you well for the lifespan of your business.

If your blog (or site, or forum) is where you connect with people, your email list is where you convert them to customers.

And if you’re always offering great value, relevant content and building relationships with them, they’ll always be there to buy from you in their numbers.

If you don’t have a list, you’re almost throwing money away.

Okay, that’s why it’s so important. Let’s take a look at the lists, then.

Email Marketing Software Comparison

There are a lot of different email marketing software platforms out there.

So, for the sake of my sanity and your time, I’ve only compared the best in my email marketing software comparison:

  1. Drip (powers this blog)
  2. Convertkit (highly recommended)
  3. AWeber (highly recommended)
  4. Infusionsoft
  5. ActiveCampaign
  6. GetResponse
  7. MailChimp
  8. Constant Contact

They’re popular. They’re at the forefront of the industry. And, there aren’t going to be any nasty surprises lurking inside for you.

Understanding The Research…

What makes perfect software for me, isn’t what makes a perfect one for you.

Because, well, thoughts like this are really subjective. Kind of like asking if you prefer a certain beer or food or type of person.

I’ve done everything so I limit that subjectivity from this. And while there will always be some of it (I’m a blogger, that’s life) that’s opinion, I want to keep it minimal.

I’ve based this on a few factors:

  • Price: Because who wants to spend $200 on something they can get for $20?
  • Ease Of Use: Is it more hassle than it’s worth?
  • Reviews: Positive and negative feedback and comments from users, either on the websites themselves, review sites or their respective Facebook pages
  • Comparison: How do they compare to each other for interface, efficiency, ease of use and so on

While it might not be as scientific as a university study, it’s a better than me saying, “Yeah, this one’s good” or “No, that one’s bad”.

I’d also like to make the disclaimer that I am not an affiliate to any of these products. I leave that stuff to the pro’s, like Matt. So nothing is driven by my desire to make money. Winner.

Okay, now you’ve got all of that is out of the way, let’s get stuck into the meat of it…

Drip: The Newcomer (And The Future?)

Matt recently moved the entire email marketing portion of his business over to Drip.

But that may seem an odd move for what is a relatively new tool on the scene.


The truth is that Drip is one of the most advanced email marketing tools available on the market right now, and some of their tools could really shape the future of how we grow a business via email.

Let’s take a look at what makes it so different…


I’ll be straight up with you:

Drip is not a cheap option. It’s not Infusionsoft expensive, but it’s relatively expensive in comparison to some of its similar competitors like Aweber and GetResponse.

You can start off on a free trial up to 100 subscribers to get a feel for the tool, which otherwise comes with all of the premium features except removing the branding.

But afterwards the prices begin at $41 per month for up to 2,500 subscribers:

drip pricing

However you get a serious amount of benefits for your money, as you’ll see in the next few sections.

Ease Of Use

One of the selling points for Drip is how surprisingly easy it is to use.

When you hear a lot about the features – creating workflows, adding in code for specific events – it can all sound a little overwhelming.

Especially if you’re like me and have zero experience coding outside of basic html.

However this was designed by people who know how to code, for people who have no idea what to do. Thus making it really accessible.

For example the Visual Workflows allow you to drag, drop and create processes as you’d imagine them on a whiteboard, and not have to guess what’s happening at each specific step:

visual workflows

They have an entire section on their site dedicated to this feature alone, which shows how confident they are in it’s ease of use.

But this ease of use doesn’t end at the automation workflows either. Every part of what should be a complicated process is explained in layman’s terms for you to understand.

Key Features

So let’s take a look at some of the key features of Drip and why it is now used to power this very blog.

Visual Workflows

You’ve been introduced to these in the last subsection, but they really are one the most important features of Drip.

Never before have you been able to craft a campaign with such precision, so easily, with a simple interface.

workflows two

Although you need to know what processes you’d like to set up – actions you’d like them to take – once they’re in place it’s literally a drag and drop system.

Events Not Lists

Many of the softwares on this list use lists to segment your mailing list. That is, they sign up to a specific section of your mailing list and they’re kept on that list.

For example, if you had a language learning site, you might segment them into:

  • Learn Spanish
  • Learn French
  • Learn German
  • Learn Portuguese

And they would all receive content based on that list that they’re on. However, Drip have managed to take a different direction.

Using their unique Javascript programming, the interactions on your email, or the site they click to after the email, allow you to send an email in response to that action (event) that they took.

So if someone reads a certain percentage of your email, clicks a specific link, buys a specific product, abandons their cart, updates their contact info or any other from a limitless combination of actions, you can send the perfect reply.

events drip

In the screenshot above Drip is automatically sending an exclusive SEMRush free trial to anyone that reads my SEMRush review.

If after 3 days they haven’t opened that email, it sends a slightly different email. I have a few campaigns like this setup.

This means that you can completely automate your entire process and lead people on a journey that you want them to take.

While Aweber’s email campaigns changed the game, Drip have come along and proved themselves to be MVP.

Automatically Resend Emails

When your first send out an email a huge portion of your list won’t open it. That’s just life.

But to get around that you always re-send the email with a different subject line to people that didn’t open it the first time, and get more eyes on your emails and content.

To do this in Aweber is an entirely manual process that takes five to ten minutes to do and you have to remember to do it on the right day at the right time.

But in Drip you just have to tick a box:

drip tick box

This feature alone is worth the purchase price in many cases!

Lead Scoring

If you read the Mailchimp section of this article you’d have seen member scoring. But Drip have, again, taken this to a new level.

Their lead scoring is based on how active these members are in your community, or how they interact with your emails, and rank them in order of how likely they are to become a customer.

lead rating

You can then use this information to find out more details about them, or create a list of likely customers that you can interact with and sent campaigns too.

This makes your mailing list a whole lot more profitable because you can see who the members are that you need to spend time working on.


You get a lot of bang for your buck here and it’s been really hard to come up with drawbacks.

In comparison to Aweber that offers a lot of the basic models of what this software does, you’re looking at paying $20+ more per month.

However you do get so much data and insight back that it will pay for itself in the long run.

But it is a much larger investment to make.

The visual workflows, although incredible and easy to use, can be a little overwhelming if you just want a plug and play email list to keep in contact with your customers.

This isn’t designed for a mom and pop blogger who just wants a casual mailing list. You’re only going to be able to invest here, and get the benefit, if you’re serious about marketing and online business.

They also offer a 100% free fully featured account for your first 100 subscribers.

ConvertKit: The Blogger’s Choice?

ConvertKit market themselves at professional bloggers (or people who would like to be that), and say that they offer the power of Infusionsoft with the simplicity of MailChimp.

They have a real small-team, homely feel about them. It’s professional and polished but feels as though you could directly contact the CEO without a second thought.

convert kit home

And there’s a few big names in blogging such as Leo Babauta and Joel Runyon who use the tool too. But should you be the next blogger on their list? Well, let’s find out…


ConvertKit’s pricing is competitive with Aweber and GetResponse, although their divisions in packages fall slightly differently:

convert kit pricing

All of these packages come with unlimited everything– email sends, landing pages, email courses plus and others – and you only pay extra for growing in subscribers.

Unfortunately there’s no free trial available, but you can request a free demo with one of their team members to show you around.

Ease Of Use

ConvertKit has done a great job of simplifying their software for bloggers who are wearing lots of different hats in their business.

Where Infusionsoft and Active Campaign arguably give you toomuch data to work with, here you get just enough to know what you’re doing and make informed decisions.

Convert Kit has been designed from the ground up with ease of use in mind and honestly no one makes it easier than ConvertKit.

Key Features

ConverKit includes everything you need to get started with email marketing including forms, popups, landing pages and more.

Landing Pages

Landing pages are essential to helping bloggers capture email addresses. And usually you’d have to employ a third-party plugin to help you do that.

But ConvertKit, keeping bloggers in mind, has made them a part of the software and even created templates for you to use:

convertkit landing page

They won’t win any design awards anytime soon; but they are a great addition that can save you a lot of money investing in other tools when you’re just getting started.

Resend To Unopens

When you send an email you’ll usually get an open rate of around 20%. Maybe a little higher or a little lower depending on your relationship with your audience.

And, most of the time, we’re happy to write off that 80% that didn’t open off and just chalk it up as the way it is. But with this resend to unopens tool you can send the email out again – either with the same headline or a new one – to the people who didn’t open it.

This gives you ample opportunity to increase the amount of people who see your content, interact with your courses and read those important emails they might otherwise miss.


ConvertKit is one of the best starter models for bloggers on this list. But in their simplicity of use it feels as though you lose out on a lot of great features you could get for similar prices.

Their campaigns and automations aren’t quite up to scratch with that of Drip and you’re pretty restricted in terms of what you can do after the first step.

They also don’t offer any level of A/B testing which means that when you want to start narrowing down what does work for your audience, you’re going to have to migrate.

Aweber: The Professional Marketer

Aweber is one of the big players in email marketing. But, as far as branding goes, they’re pretty humble about it.

There are no big claims or false ideals. It’s all about you and your connection to the people receiving your emails. Which, makes you kind of love them straight from the off.

aweber home

But good branding doesn’t always mean a good product. So, let’s get stuck in and find out what it’s really like…


Aweber’s pricing is competitive. And, sits at a flat rate for a big chunk of growth, unlike MailChimp.

If you’re a small to medium sized outfit, and plan to stay that way, these prices might be a little more manageable for you than any of the others.

Because, while you will save $4 a month (give or take) with GetResponse, there are some features you don’t get elsewhere (more on that in a bit).

aweber pricing

For a bigger list, you’re going to need to get a quote. And I can’t say I’ve found sufficient reliable information on those prices to tell you whether they’re good or bad.

Ease Of Use

Aweber isn’t hard to use; but it can take a little getting used to.

If you’ve been around email marketing for a while, you probably won’t even notice any of the hard parts. But if you’re brand new, you might feel a little out of your depth at first.

However the templates for emails, input and output are all really simple to use. And, after a little practice, become much easier to use.

When Matt used Aweber to run the entire email marketing portion of this site (he’s now with Drip) he used it to create all of his:

  • Opt-In Forms
  • Autoresponders
  • In Content Sign Up Buttons
  • Pop Ups

And, he does it with ease. All of these can be set up in a couple of minutes and customised pretty easily, even if you’re like me and you’re not design inclined.

So, for ease of use, I’d say Aweber is the easiest to use once you are familiar with the interface.

Key Features

Aweber is definitely for the more data driven marketer. But, as a marketer, that’s what you need to get results. Because if you’re not data driven, you’re just guessing.

Now, don’t get me wrong, all of the platforms provide data on your campaigns. It’s just Aweber does it on a whole other level compared to, say, MailChimp. That being said, here’s the key features for you:

#1: Campaigns

After releasing campaigns in 2016, Aweber have used them to really change the game in Email Automation. The only real competitor to this feature right now is Drip.

Think of campaigns as an email autoresponder on steroids. When someone signs up you can guide them on the journey youwant them to take. And you can segment your list for even further optimisation.

Just some of the features include:

  • Send different autoresponders to segments of your list to boost conversions
  • Decide how long you want to wait between emails
  • Build email courses more simply than ever before

And it’s quite an exciting feature. Because, it’s just saved you a lot of time on what would normally take you hours.

Recently I setup an autoresponder for my German Expat Blog that helps expats learn German. Once they download a specific eBook on my site, they’re treated to the following email series:

deutschified learn german

It still needs a lot of refining, but it allows me to keep my audience engaged whilst I’m not there posting content.

You can create a campaign based on how someone found your site. And tailor emails specifically to them, without actually having to go through and do it manually.

So when someone comes to your site and signs up through a Pay Per Click ad, they’ll get a different email to someone who comes from Facebook.

Equally if someone signs up from a post about SEO, then you can send them specific emails only about SEO to be more relevant.

This, in itself, is worth that $4 more than GetResponse.

The campaigns aren’t time-consuming to set up, either.

Once you’re logged in and signed up, you can started on them in a matter of minutes, and have them going in no time at all, as they’ve shown in this tutorial right here.

#2: Mobile Apps

You can check in on how your emails are performing on the go now, with their new mobile phone apps. Letting you view and track your results on the move.

Which, if you’re like me and live with your phone in your hand, is a sexy new feature that isn’t offered by anyone else.

Perfect if you’re on the go, or only have limited availability to your computer (like you know, those pesky families that get in the way).

#3: Support

It has to be said that Aweber’s support is second-to-none. In fact, it’s probably one of the best support systems I’ve come across on the internet, ever.

And it’s often a deciding factor for people choosing Aweber over another provider.

aweber support

The Drawbacks…

For new marketers I’m struggling to come up with any real drawbacks for Aweber at the moment. They’re at the forefront of email marketing, and their pricing is incredibly reasonable.

Now that campaigns are in full flow and have worked out all of the kinks, you’re getting a lot of value for money.

The only major problem I can see is that they’re $4 a month more than Get Response. But with the engagement and traffic you can get – and eventually customers – that will pay for itself in the long run.

You’re also a little more pushed to using the Aweber templates for forms and emails. But, unless you’re design inclined, that’s not really going to be an issue either.

They have a fully featured 30 day free trial available if you want to try them out.

Infusionsoft: The King Of Integration

InfusionSoft is a little curveball here. It’s a name that mostly associated with corporate mailing lists, at least more so than any other email marketing software on this list.

But, they’re targeted at small businesses and boast a big ROI on using their mailing list. And, if you look at your blog, affiliate site or product, it’s really a small business.

infusionsoft home

So, if you’re making a solid living from it, it could be worth the upgrade.


Infusionsoft have recently done away with a free trial and now they offer you a free demo that shows you the software. This can be delivered to you in one of three ways:

infusionsoft demo

Their prices are much higher than any of the competition on this list but they are so much more than just an email marketing platform and those prices are negotiable so bear that in mind!

If you’re a beginner, or not on huge bucks, you might want to look away now…

infusionsoft pricing

But, as one of my mentors once told me, “It’s not the price of the product. It’s if you can justify it”. And, with the prices that you do pay, you get a lot of bang for your buck.

Let’s look a little deeper at that…

Ease of Use

Matt uses Infusionsoft for his product launch and SEO agency.

Not only is it relatively easy for him to use, it also came with a great many perks that other software just can’t compete with.

Things such as sending out physical postcards, letters, certificates, t shirts and chocolates.

matt old campaign

It’s half personal assistant, half email marketing software. But there’s still a few hurdles between you and getting your emails out there.

Which is a little more than you’d expect from your standard marketing software, right? Let’s look a little deeper at what makes it special, then.

Key Features

Here’s the two most important features of Infusionsoft:

Campaign Builder

The campaign builder is probably the best on this list, hands down. It’s not only one of the simplest I’ve seen, but it’s also incredibly comprehensive:

campaign builder

You can basically automate, segregate and manipulate any aspect of your emails for best results. Or, you can just set yourself reminders and plan your day.

For example, if someone completes an exam in the course – they get a congratulations email:

example #2

That is done automatically thanks to the awesome integration with LearnDash.

Equally if someone hasn’t logged in or completed a module for a while, it will automatically send an email to remind them-

reminder email

And to really add to the overall customer experience you can set it up so that when someone buys a product, it automatically sends a custom thank you postcard like this one:

business card

Matthew even uses it to dispatch physical certificates when customers complete the course and pass the final exam.

InfusionSoft is the combination of all the best bits of Aweber and GetResponse, with a lot more extras you didn’t know you needed.


Keeping with their commitment to small business, they’ve made themselves easy to integrate with almost any software you’ll be using.

That includes everything from eCommerce apps through to payment options and anything else your business might need.

Now, this is easy to overlook as just another feature.

But it actually makes a huge different when the stakes are high, because you’re not passing potential – or existing – customers through lots of different pages and payment options, risking them dropping off before they convert.


You aren’t limited by a package or a certain selection of apps, either.

You’re able to swap, mix and match anything that works for your business, giving you a range of options that work for your customers, and give you a tonne of customisation and testing options.

That’s the pros, so let’s see the cons.


The only drawback here is the cost. Because, if you are on a smaller scale, you’ve probably been priced out straight from the off.

Other than that, it’s hard to fault InfusionSoft. Much like Aweber you get what, if not more, than what you’re paying for.

And as Matt’s seen with his product launch, it’s battle tested and proven.

Active Campaign

Active Campaign is a well-established company in the email marketing world.

Since 2003 they’ve proven themselves to have a premier software that targets medium to larger email marketing needs.

active campaign homepage

But bigger doesn’t always equal better, so let’s put Active Campaign under the microscope and see how they perform.


Active Campaigns pricing starts at $9 for less than 500 subscribers on their Lite package. And then increase to $17 for 1000, $29 for 2500 and continues to increase from there on out.

active campaigns pricing

This feels like a big ask for their lite package because it offers less than what Aweber and GetResponse, and they’re charging more for it.

If you’re working as a big team, or in the marketing department of a company, then you start to get a real return on investment from the Plus package onwards.

But you’ll be looking to invest $49 for under 500 subscribers for that.

So it really doesn’t feel like they’re offering much on the price front. But can that be outweighed by the ease of use?

Ease Of Use

The first impression of Active Campaign is a little overwhelming. The initial dashboard contains all of the data that you can collect and it’s hard to know where to start or what to look for:

ease of use 2

And once you get beyond the dashboard and into the individual features, it’s much easier to use.

Each tool comes with access to a back-end knowledge base that does a really good job of explaining what each tool does, and how you can get the results that you want from it.

There are lots of customisable templates on offer, including for your sign up forms and emails, that really plug and play.

You don’t need to know much about design to make them look professional.

And many of the marketing automation tools are behind plain-English written buttons so you know exactly what process you’re about to set up.

automation buttons

It can be a little confusing accessing your data and knowing what you’re looking at though.

While they pride themselves on being able to collect a lot of data, being able to present it in an easily digestible way feels like it’s a long way off.

Key Features

So let’s take a look at some of the key features of Active Campaign and what makes them different.

Drag And Drop Workflows

Much like drip, you’ll find drag and drop workflows where you can create visual email automations:

active campaign process flow

They don’t feel like they’ve just copied an idea from another tool, either. They’re comprehensive and really competitive as a standalone part of their own tool.

Although the Drip interface is much smoother, they work in a similar way.

However Active Campaign doesnt support the wide range of triggers that Drip does, eg when a person visits a specific web page.

Dynamic Content

Another standout feature is being able to create dynamic content. This is content that adapts and changes to the individual user that you’re sending it to.

This doesn’t just mean having names and personalisations in your content. Instead you can have your email content adjust itself depending on that user’s behaviour.

If they’re a hot lead, segmented into a specific category or have taken a certain action on your site, the email content they’ll see can be updated and changed.

Brilliant if you’ve got a wide range of topics and want to make sure the right people are getting the right messages.

However it should be noted that this is not a unique feature and can be done in Drip as well.


It feels to me as though Active Campaign has too much. Every feature within the tool is well designed, well thought out and well planned, but I can’t help but feel there is too much going on to distract you from the main focus of the tool.

This is great if you’re a big company that needs to obsess about every minutia of data.

However if you’re a one person operation, or even a small team, it feels that you’re going to pay more for a lot of services that you’re never going to use.

You could save money going elsewhere, get similar (if not better) workflows, and be able to focus on the essential data.

In the past Active Campaign was a clear winner, but innovators like Drip have left them in the dust.

Get Response: The Best All Rounder?

Get Response is considered to be the easiest software to use for email marketing. After playing around with it for a couple of hours, I can see why, too:

get response home

It’s the essence of ‘no-fluff’ and just gives you everything essential that you need, and nothing extra. Which is probably what makes it the favourite of people like Neil Patel:

neil patel testimonial

However, sometimes the prettiest designs are hiding the darkest secrets. So let’s get in a little closer and find out what makes it so head and shoulders above the rest, eh?


Get Response offers the most competitive pricing options out of anyone for the features you get:

get response pricing

Or, in dollars, that breaks down to:

  • Up to 1,000 subscribers: $15 per month
  • 1,001 to 2,500 subscribers: $25 per month
  • 2,501 to 5,000 subscribers: $45 per month
  • 5,001 to 10,000 subscribers: $65 per month
  • 10,001 to 25,000 subscribers: $145 per month
  • 25,001 to 50,000 subscribers: $250 per month
  • 50,001 to 100,000 subscribers: $450 per month

Now I’m assuming most of you will be the region that I’ve bolded (forgive me if you’re higher than that) so I’ve focused mainly on that region for this information.

You can also have a 30 day free trial without credit card information with them too, so you can really have a play around before you immerse yourself.

Ease Of Use

Okay, I’m not going to lie…

This is really easy to use.

It’s kind of like one of those cell-phones with the really big buttons for old people to dial. Everything is where it needs to be, and there’s no awkward phrasing or confusing menus.

getresponse example

From logging in, to creating that email in the image above was less than 120 seconds. And, even as a rush job, it’s beautiful looking.

There are little icons that could be a bit better explained, or maybe a pop-up tutorial for your first email. But on the grand scale of things, that’s neither here nor there.

This seems to be a common theme with reviewers and commenters, too:

get response testimonial

Stand Out Features

There are three features that really stand out for me with GetResponse:

#1: Mobile Previews

Get Response was one of the first platforms to have responsive emails that change to fit a phone screen when they’re opened there.

And it’s still the only platform of the that lets you preview how it’s going to look:

get response mobile preview

In the depths of Mobilegeddon, and mobile accounting for anywhere between 15 and 70% of your email opens, this is a great feature.

Because you can see beforehand if there are going to be any roadblocks to people opening your mail.

#2: Design & Stock Images

It comes with a full iStock gallery from Getty Images, giving you the opportunity to create attractive emails without having to worry about sourcing images:

get response stock images

#3: Split Testing

GetResponse offers the most options for split testing. You can test up to five different versions of your email.

The more information you can get from your emails, the better. And while you may never use all five, you at least have the option.

The Bad Stuff…

This is a pretty solid platform for any email marketer, at any size of company. And there aren’t really many drawbacks to using it.

The only downside, really, is that while it is integrate-able with lots of third party software – like WordPress and PayPal – it doesn’t work quite as well as some of the other platforms available.

They have their own App Centre which is great and simple to use. And, the integration is still good, but it’s just not as good as other available platforms.

There’s also the issue that they may not cater to your preferred service, either. So that’s one to bear in mind.

Okay, that’s it for GetResponse for now, let’s look at MailChimp…

MailChimp: Basic But Beautiful

This is usually your first experience with email software. I know for most of the bloggers and clients I’ve worked with, they tend to start with MailChimp.

They’re simple and easy to use. And they have a free version that even your partially sighted 90-year-old aunt could get her head around.

mailchimp home

But I know few people who actually stay with MailChimp in the long run.

I’m sure they’re out there, but I don’t know any of them. And I’ve always wanted to know why, so I guess we’ll find out together right now…


For small time projects and lists, MailChimp offers a free forever package that allows you up to 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails a month for nothing.

But if you’re looking for a bigger, paid option, they have that too.

What MailChimp offers in the pricing department – either positively, or negatively, depending on where you stand – is pricing bands.

Instead of working on a large range of 1,000’s or 10,000’s of people, it works in smaller increments of 500 to increase the price:

mailchimp price

That can be a positive, because it means if you suddenly exceed a threshold of people, you don’t see a huge spike in price.

It’s small and only costs $5 every time you grow until you reach the pro-marketer level.

But, that can also be a negative, because you’re being charged for growing your email list. And if you see a sudden influx in people your bill is going to jump up too.

That’s one to discuss with your accounts department.

Ease Of Use

MailChimp is really straightforward to use.

Like Get Response, it’s about making everything as easy as possible to use and find your way around. There are a few more hurdles to get from start to finish, but the end product is still as beautiful:

mailchimp ease of us

It can be a little confusing at times, especially if you’re new to email marketing. But, after an hour of playing around, you’ll no doubt be savvy enough to make it run seamlessly.

Key Features

The stand out features for MailChimp are:

#1: Templates And Flexibility

MailChimp has a great level of flexibility for your designs and templates. Instead of being steered towards one of their templates – which there are hundreds of, and you can use as often as you want – there is also the option to create your own, too.

For example, their design editor is beautiful and easy to use, if you’re into creating your own branding from scratch for each email:

flexibility mailchimp

#2: Member Rating System

List segmentation is rapidly becoming more important for marketers. That is, separating your lists based on different information such as interests or demographics.

This Member Rating system is really helpful in helping you identify leads, people of interest and the best ways to convert.

While it may not provide a breakdown of the exact emails you should send, it’ll let you focus your efforts for different subsections of people.

#3: Social Media Adverts

MailChimp also now offers integration with your Facebook and Instagram accounts to help you run ads and monitor your success through a third party dashboards.

mailchimp social media adverts

This is a really cool addition that I didn’t see coming from an email marketing software company.

And if you’re a new marketer it can help you simplified what would otherwise be a complex and tricky process.

The Drawbacks…

Okay, there are a few drawbacks to MailChimp that you need to be aware of:

  • Support: You can wait up to 24 hours for a response. And, while that might not sound much on paper, when things are going wrong can be an eternity. This has been known to extend up to 48 hours too.
  • Forms: You can only have one sign up form per mailing list, so you can’t test what works and what doesn’t easily.
  • Affiliate Marketing: Mailchimp frowns on affiliate marketing in their terms of service. So, if that’s any part of your income, I’d steer clear.

If you can deal with all of those – and there will be some of you who won’t even notice it – MailChimp isn’t a bad choice.

Constant Contact: Old But Gold?

These guys are one of those companies that you’ve probably never heard of, but have been around forever.

They’ve been around the game for over 16 years and they’re more focused on sending better email and providing constantly updated resources than ever before.

constant contact home

They have a bit more of a small time, homely feel about them. One that would fit well with small local businesses, parenting blogs and the like.

But, let’s see if they actually have the software to back it up…


Constant Contact comes with the longest free trial out of everybody (aside from MailChimp’s free forever package) that goes on for 60 days.

They also only offer two plans: Email and Email Plus. Each coming with its own list of benefits.

constant contact pricing

Although you can’t see it on that image, Email plus comes with five extra benefits:

  1. Email Automation
  2. Event Marketing
  3. Online Donations
  4. Surveys & Polls
  5. Coupons

For which they charge you an extra $25 to $30 a month depending on the size of your email list. Which I’m honestly not sure if worth the extra money when automation comes as standard, for much cheaper, on Aweber.

pricing two

Ease Of Use

The site itself is really pretty to look at. And, finding what you want to do within the software couldn’t actually be easier.

It’s simple to find your way around, and quick to get from login to completed campaign.

constant contact campaign

The templates feature itself, though, is pretty hard to navigate. Which is a theme that carries on into the site, too. While you can find where you want to go, once you get there, everything takes a little longer than it needs to.

For example, it comes with a stock image database, but it’s just laid out in such a way that it takes much longer to deal with than the one in Get Response. But, it actually has one, which gives it an edge on some of the others here.

However actually creating an email is easy enough to do. And, whether you’re into design or using the stock templates, you’re pretty well catered to.

Key Features

There’s a couple of good features to Constant Contact, too:

#1: Quickest Delivery

This is based on reviews from other people, like this one, but it seems that they have the quickest delivery – both in tests and actual – out of every email campaign.

So, if you’re particular on time and delivery (which you should be with emails) this is a really big benefit for you.

#2: Simple Share Tool

Their simple share tool lets you get forms across any social media platform at the push of a button:

These can be personalised to each platform, and makes it easy to boost promotion of your list across social too.

The Drawbacks…

Constant Contact fans seem to be tubthumping, shout it at the top of their lungs fans…but they’re also few and far between.

It doesn’t feel like they really offer anything – other than a 60 day trial – that you can’t get on a different platform at a better price, or more in-depth. And after coming back to update this article a year later, nothing much has really changed either.

I’d suggest using the trial yourself (no credit card needed) to play around with it. But, if I’m honest, the real drawback here is that you’re not getting anything special, or that can’t be done better elsewhere.

And, The Winner Is…

It’s not winning or losing, it’s the taking part that counts, right?


But there’s no real winner or loser here because it’s impossible to say which is the best email marketing software, there are just different benefits to each email marketing software platform.

So, instead of giving you a one-size-fits-all verdict, here’s a breakdown for you:

The Best Email Marketing Software For Beginners

Aweber is the email marketing software that I used to build this blog so you know it performs.

It offers the right blend of ease of use, features and pricing for anyone that is just getting started.

They have a 30 day $1 trial available so feel free to take it for a spin!

HoweverConvertKit comes in a close second place and honestly choosing between them is just a matter of your personal preferences/needs.

The Best Email Marketing Software For Affiliate Marketers

Drip, all day. The marketing automation, level of customisation and the ability to control your customer’s journey is essential to affiliate success going forward.

Not only that but the level of data here is much better, for the right amount of money, than you’ll find anywhere else.

The Best Email Marketing Software For Bloggers

I’m going to have to go with Drip again here. It’s worth paying the extra money over Aweber for the tools and level of automation you get.

Drip will make life easier as a blogger because you can capture emails from literally anywhere on your blog, and use the workflows to help you plug any leaky holes you might have.

Plus I recently migrated this from Aweber to Drip so the proof is in the pudding.

The Best Business Platform

The best platform for business use by far is Infusionsoft.

It’s a no brainer. If you’ve got a decent budget, this is the email marketing software you want to be spending your money on.

Which email marketing software do you use? And why?

How To Choose The Best Email Marketing Software For You was originally published on Matthew Woodward

How to Assess Your Digital Marketing Mix Quickly

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 15-08-2017

This is an excerpt from a forthcoming analytics e-book from Portent entitled Finding Cross-Channel Opportunity Gaps & Closing Them.

Ever wonder how effective (or ineffective) your marketing channels are today? Do you get the feeling your paid initiatives are wasteful? Do you have a hunch your content calendar isn’t getting you anywhere organically? Do you put a lot of time into developing social media updates and doubt their impact?

Those are all completely natural feelings.

To productively work through those hunches, let’s actually take stock of your current channel performance. That’ll help us get a baseline for what you can improve and where you digital marketing mix needs more balance.

You can use any number of tools to do this, but we’ll be relying on Google Analytics (GA).

Why? For a few reasons:

  1. It’s pretty common. Even folks using paid analytics platforms like Adobe Analytics, IBM Digital Analytics, or Webtrends tend to have a Google Analytics install as a back-up.
  2. It’s user-friendly. Seasoned data scientists and interns alike can get around in Google Analytics and find data points relatively easily.

Full disclosure: We’re a Google Analytics Certified Partner. But we work with great clients every day who use other platforms. The platform is not nearly as important as the discipline of finding this data however you can and using it to your advantage. We’ll be providing some more concrete examples on how to locate these data points in other platforms in future blog posts.

Exploring Your Marketing Mix

On to the data! When we’re working with a new client, I like to start in the Channels report in GA, which looks like this:

If your Default Channel Group balance looks vastly different than this, don’t worry. It should! There’s no right digital marketing mix for all businesses. The way you achieve your traffic and sales goals will be unique to your company and your industry.

The channels will be listed on the left:

And your business objective (leads, revenue) on the right:

This report is great for level setting Conversion Rate for each channel. But what it lacks is the context about how these channels interact to drive sales. For that data, we’ll need to look at the Top Conversion Paths report in GA.

That’s more like it! We can now see the combination of channels that lead to conversions over a certain look-back window. Each combination can reveal its own insights about how people interact with your business online.

Understanding Cross-Channel Interactions

In this example, one visit from an Organic listing drove enough brand awareness that next time folks just came directly to the site to learn more and ultimately to purchase.

Meanwhile, visits from Paid ad campaigns take a few interactions to connect with people until they come back to purchase through an Organic listing.

Similarly, a Referral visit (or link to your site from another site) requires building trust in your brand through a few visits before someone will look you up again through Organic search and convert directly.

In all these cases, we come to understand a journey for a customer is very nonlinear. It takes lots of people many visits to understand that your product or service is right for them and that they want to take action.

But one huge piece is missing for us, as marketers. Granularity.

Namely, we are interested in:

  • The paid campaign(s) they saw
  • The page(s) they landed on
  • The name of the site(s) that linked to us

In the next e-book excerpt, we’ll explore that level of granularity: Specifically, how you can use secondary dimensions to give you deeper marketing mix insights.

But while you wait, there’s no need to twiddle your thumbs. Let’s get that organic visitor some company. Check out Portent’s recent ebook: Technical SEO Best Practices

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5 Reasons Why You’re Losing Twitter Followers

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 14-08-2017

Twitter is an important resource for promoting a blog or other websites but just like all social media platforms, it’s not a place for endless sales pitches, particularly if you’re seeking to build up organic traffic. Obviously, the more followers you have, the better, but it’s the quality of these followers that really matters. After all, your goal should be to increase the number of engaged followers who pay attention and, preferably, interact, with your tweets. If you find yourself losing engaged followers, it’s probably time to make some drastic changes to your Twitter marketing strategy.
#1. You’re Shouting, Not Sharing
A major function of Twitter is the retweet, which basically means sharing a tweet from one account on another one. Just like all social networks, Twitter is very much about community-building, and sharing is an important part of that. If all you’re doing is publishing your own tweets, particularly if they’re of a salesy tone, your followers will quickly become disassociated from you.

Twitter marketers who automate their campaigns are at a particularly high risk of being seen as spammers, so it’s always important to retain the human element by sharing and conversing.
#2. You’re Using Hashtags Excessively
Hashtags have long been a powerful and important function on Twitter to such an extent that other major social networks are also using them. Unfortunately, however, hashtags are often abused by unscrupulous marketers desperately vying for attention by using irrelevant hashtags. It also looks bad and becomes difficult to read if there are loads of hashtags in a single tweet. It is especially important to only use hashtags that are completely relevant to the content of your tweet and to any link you might be sharing.
#3. You’re Not Tweeting Enough
Twitter is a particularly noisy platform where the average lifespan of a tweet has been found to be around 18 minutes before it gets buried and rarely seen again. As such, it’s important to be regularly active to remain visible, and this is precisely why many marketers automate their tweets. Automation can help a lot, provided you don’t lose your voice to it and, consequently, the human element. Of course, you can also tweet too frequently, but neglecting your profile for weeks or even days can take you right back to square one. After all, many users regularly unfollow inactive accounts.
#4. You’re Being Too Salesy
This point is closely related to the first one, but it’s extremely important nonetheless, and it’s one of the most common mistakes of all among inexperienced digital marketers. People use Twitter to find interesting content, not to be bombarded with cringeworthy sales-speak like that of a typical estate agent or used-car salesman.

Of course, your goal will be to promote your business, but it’s important to do so in such a way that you have something interesting and/or entertaining to offer. Ideally, you should keep self-promotion down to no more than 10% of your tweets.
#5. You’re Not Diversifying Your Content
An endless stream of boringly similar tweets is a common sign of a fully automated account of the type that most Twitter users just hate. Diversifying your content will help you reach out to a wider audience, though it is important not to deviate too much from your niche to the extent that you’ll annoy your following.

Most importantly, you should remember to share other people’s content and curate other online content to keep your Twitter feed fresh and full of new perspectives. Oftentimes, people will return the favour by sharing your content. Be sure to share different content formats too, particularly those of the visual kind like infographics.
Final Words
There are more than 300-million active users on Twitter, and while the figure might not be nearly as close to that of Facebook, it’s important to remember that it’s a very different type of platform. For a start, it’s generally much easier to build up an audience on Twitter without paying for advertising. It’s also easier to stand out, provided you make every effort to share and publish interesting content and reach out to the right people. Building an audience, however, is just one side of the story. Retaining valuable followers, by contrast, requires a consistent and long-term effort.

Vairo is an online entrepreneur and founder of His passion is content marketing, blogging and WordPress in general, which is why he dedicates every spare minute he has to writing, hoping to share an arsenal of practical and useful information with others.

Original post: 5 Reasons Why You’re Losing Twitter Followers

Why I Give Away My 21 Step Program

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 14-08-2017

How To Prepare For a Job Interview

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 13-08-2017

How Technology is Influencing Online Business

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 12-08-2017

Innovation drives the future, and technology is the main catalyst that fuels rapid evolution. High competition to capture profitable markets have pushed entrepreneurs to invest huge sums in developing technologies that baffle all alien life forms. Creative brains have given birth to complex bots and algorithms that interact itself, track, monitor, and analyse trillions of data, all with a persistent ambition to poke and probe the customer, “all to grab their attention”.

Every commercial institution across the world is on a race to equip and adapt with modern technologies that can influence people. Marketing is one in the strand which needs to be addressed. The complexity of analysing and understanding customers lead to the creation of new marketing tool where customers can gauge prices, compare features, customize, ask for a live demo, etc. Advanced robotics and machine learning algorithms evolved to form networks of the cognitive system that helps entrepreneurs to make informed decisions. Yes, we are looking towards a future that will be super ceded by radical breeds of AI enabled technology.

In this article, we will take a succinct overview of how few technologies will influence your online business. Let’s start small rather delve straight to complex technical jargons.

#1 Hyper personalized websites or eCommerce marketplaces

Fundamentally every business is the same regardless of whether it’s offline or online. The biggest change is noted when people start to leverage the unprecedented opportunity that technology accompanied. In a broader sense, new technological advancements started to manifest itself by simplifying people’s life. This main factor persuaded a bunch of tech savvy minions to migrate to comprehensive displays where they stayed for hours, exchanging information and interacting with other minions they find on the platform. Enlightened with the realisation of this incremental shift, where a high populous permeate from offline to online, it became an obligation for businesses to reflect their values in the online realm.

Seth Godin recited that, Don’t find customers for your products, instead find products for your customers. Great words. Over time, everyone’s taste and preferences changes and your customers are no exceptions. The best example is, consider that you’re a business that caters the needs of infants. Your business model started to proliferate and you started to notice a substantial turnover, all of a sudden, out of bloom you realized that you are not able to make repeated sales. The primary investigation revealed that all the sales were made for infants under one category “kids below 2 years old”. A design flaw on the website created the presumption among customers that the business only caters to one category “baby products – kids below 2 years old”. On the contrary, the child was growing and their needs must be met, forcing the parents to leave your business and look for another one that could cater a wider market.

In the above example, the business entity failed to reflect their business values in totality, limiting them to address only a small segment of the whole market. The best practice for the business would be to use technology to plot the customer needs and create an enticing eCommerce website that showcases their business as a whole. A hyper personalised website that sends a strong message, Hey we are a business specialised in delivering high quality service that caters the entire market, Our business to cater your child’s need from infancy till he grows to a charming toddler. Which beguiles the customer to believe, and drive higher customer satisfaction.

#2 IoT – Continuous coordination and collaboration

Internet of Things, a phrase that echoed in our ears for past couple of years, and still we are not acquainted with. IoT is a network of electronic peripherals that are interlinked to a common network, where they share data and collaborate, to gradually learn individual systems and progress along the experience curve to work as a single unit “a smart system”. The main purpose of IoT will be to present a digital economy that enables smart homes, smart offices, etc.

The importance of IoT in business can be highlighted with a simple example, Consider your online business/ eCommerce store is selling T-shirts. With IoT all devices in your office “Garage” will be able to stay connected and share data with each other with a concordant view to make smart decisions, thereby ensuring a seamless flow of operations. Here the system will work as a single unit, learning the operational flow from one department to another and will cognitively make prudent decisions in-case it finds any flaw in the seamless operation. If the AI recognises that the demand for a particular lenin has gone up, then the system coordinates with the concerned department and will discern the reason behind the increasing demand. Once the reason is analysed with data from the planning /forecasting department the AI will make informed decision to source an order or will notify the reason behind its action.

IoT also plays an important role to present a delightful customer experience. Let’s see how IoT will benefit you as a customer. Consider that one of your friends is having his birthday next week. You getting too indulged in the business forgot your mates birthday. How IoT will benefit you is, it will go through different profiles and connections you have and will intimate you about his birthday. The system will recognise it and will intimate you about your friends birthday and will ping you with suggestions, like what present you friend likes the most, or what he was searching two days back (a bit extreme when comes to privacy breach, Who knows the future), what he was presented last year, etc. Keeping you updated, and offering a plethora of opportunities to strengthen relationship. May be the insights you collect will help you to decide which colour he likes and can present him a T-shirt of the same.

#3 In app marketing the best way your lead gets incentivised

The great news is, In app marketing is an amazing way to keep continuous interaction with your customers. OHhh, forgot to mention the challenge. Stats published on says that out of 100 apps downloaded 33.3% of them are only open once. Shocking information isn’t it. The main reason is that a majority of them (app’s) become obsolete before they hit the market, and the remaining failed to meet the customer expectation.

Most businesses use the strategy of incentivising in app traffic (usually done with virtual money). A hope to tickle with the curiosity, and expecting that the prospect at one point will convert into paying customers. Yes and No. No, because of your service, regardless of what is not adding value to the user. Then there is a high probability that the user may leave when the incentive gets over.

What when the answer is yes? As a user, he finds value in your business and continues with the service. In most cases, the user finds value with the continuous education and lead nurturing the organization rolls out. So, by the time the incentive gets over he is well aware why he should not send your app to the trash.

Release an app, build an enticing microsite, and drive traffic to the microsite. For eg: your website is selling high end mobile peripherals, in that case, use your app to drive targeted traffic to your micro website. You can always brainstorm and come up with some alluring marketing strategies, to attract interested people/ early adopters to stay tuned and be the first one to buy products on the release date. Frequently send reminders, offers, discounts etc through the app. Make sure the visitor will see value in your business model.

#4 Google semantics for prioritising information based on the context

Semantics have paved way for business intelligence systems, International Data Corporation (IDC) estimates that by 2020 the amount of data produced from the point of sale system to sensors will reach 4.4 zettabytes. Which comprises a pile of structured and unstructured data. Data, when analysed, gives indepth knowledge about the relationship each data points have with one another, helping us glean compelling opportunities and obtain business benefits. The application of semantics and meta knowledge in the field of IoT has gained worldwide attention.

The future of business is driven by quality, and quality is comprised of deviants. So, how do we evaluate and quantify the reasonings behind an engagement? As a business how do we evaluate sentimental interactions with our business? How could an aircraft manufacturer like Boeing find the intangible reason behind a purchase? Beyond the huge markdown what motivated the airline to consider them over their rival Airbus. Both businesses provide state of the art cutting edge technologies.

With semantics, the entity will be able to deduce the complexity of analysing individual behaviour and will be able to find the reasoning behind a purchase. Semantics give meaning to the whole data available, scrapping intuitions, giving it a clarity, which helps to make precise informed decisions. The aircraft manufacturer can dig deep into data and analyse which variant of their aeroplanes are more preferred my businesses in that region. Why they preferred a 747 over a 737, Is the airline operating long haul services to busy destinations, Have they mentioned any information about their current load factor, How frequently customers mentioned their experience flying in a 747, How customers respond to the airline’s services, social mentions of the aircraft, etc.

What semantics does is, in its core, it will consider all these factors and will use the available bits of information to canvas clarity. With the internet revolution, even the manufacturer will be able to collect, analyse, and suggest the airline, why a 747 will be much better for their business than any other variants.

#5 Automation – To build strong relationship with prospects

With a rapidly evolving digital world, innovation is one strand that we cannot say no to. Why? COMPETITION, a simple but compelling word that exigence the importance of time, making time as one of the scarcest resource available to business. Even with the realisation that there are only 24 hours a day, every entrepreneur is searching for the extra 10 min, which they believe could make a dramatic influence. With technology and innovation, we come to fathom that we are not just a glob that revolves around a bright red hot ball, we are just one among the millions or billions. We are in a course, too busy running around to find the cosmic source which gives birth to the single celled alien that over time transformed into a fully grown sentient with feelings and emotions.

As time is the scarcest resource, we with our hocus pocus created the wonder “automation”. An effective strategy to stay tuned for day to day operations. Technology wants to reduce the distance between people, offering them common platforms where they can continuously interact and exchange information. But what if, you have customers who need your presence halfway across the globe. What in case you need to respond to time bound customer queries? To the least, How will you show your gratitude to a customer who signed up with you late night? The answer lies in this one sentence, Adapt technology and embrace automation. (Note: automation should not be at the cost of compromising your entities value in recognition to a general message. It needs to be a well addressed and a personalized note, reflecting your business values).

Automation needs to be streamlined to that of an efficient marketing machine. Social channels have become one peculiar stop among millennials. Stats published on says that there are 2.3 billion social media users, and 91% retail brand uses two or more social channels. This information itself pinpoint the importance why businesses need to stay connected, social media. Social media is an important channel for businesses to stay alive.

Parting Notes:

Technology has changed the way we administer business and wade through our professional life. Don’t take my word for granted. Look around you. You will be able to plot patterns reflecting a transformation, wondering the penetration of technology into our personal lives. Technology is forcing us to showcase an omnichannel presence, making it more mandatory for businesses to keep up with the radical trends and customer shift (channel hopping). Every business needs to incorporate a synergic approach to welcome technology that can productively reduce the distance between organizational values and customers. Once the values converge with the customer’s belief then a business can claim that technology has been used to deliver a purpose.

Original post: How Technology is Influencing Online Business

Mechatronics: Reality vs Expectations

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 12-08-2017

Stamp Your PPC Ad Copy – Improve CTR the Old-Fashioned Way

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 11-08-2017

Copyright stamp your PPC ads to improve CTR

Does your brand have any registered, copyrighted or trademarked terms? If so, you should absolutely include the symbol in your text ads for improved performance.

Yes! These little guys: ® © ™

This is not a new tactic in PPC ads by any means, but so many businesses aren’t taking advantage of it. The expected immediate impact from making this change is improved clickthrough rate (CTR). And who doesn’t want that? In the long run, the benefit of an improved CTR is a better return on your paid search investment.

Let’s look at how it impacts the search experience.

  • A stamped text ad shows credibility to the searcher because the ® can only be used legally by the registered entity.
  • It can visually break up the space in an all-text SERP and draw your eye to the ad.
  • The symbols can help you introduce newly branded products or services in instances where Organic results are not yet ranking.
  • Your competitors may be deterred from attempting to illegally use your trademarked terms in their ads if you’ve placed your stamp on them.

Sure, that all sounds intuitive. But what does the actual data tell us?

When a new retail client came to us recently, one of the first changes we made was to put a ® symbol on their registered brand name across the account. Within 30 days, the average CTR on Google increased from 3.5% to over 10%. That’s a 185% increase in just a month.

But what we saw in the months that followed is also impressive — Improved overall Quality Score, which is based partially on expected CTR, lower CPCs, and lower Cost per conversion. If those two factors aren’t reason enough to take the time for a little copyright protection on your own ads, I’m not sure what is.

Want to give it a try?

Your trademark stamp can be used in ad headlines or in the description text. Even better, you can use these symbols in many Ad Extensions – the most impactful in this case are Sitelink Extensions, Price Extensions, and Callouts.

As with all things: use your stamp strategically, measure results often, and make decisions accordingly.

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My Whiteboard Setup

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 10-08-2017

The 1 Thing You Must Have That Will Make You Rich

Filed Under (Blackhat tips) by blackhatforums on 10-08-2017