Yesterday, i started searching for a good newletter script to use for my website Kontactr.com. First, i installed PHPList from Fantastico. It was clean and simple. I tried to import [get_bloginfo]url[/get_bloginfo]/wp-content/themes/ze66ninbqbhgakz3ahdq3j61672/files/2008/02/26/my list of users into PHPList. I tried atleast a dozen ways… No luck
Then, i started searching for something better. I knew about Zookoda. So, i logged into my Zookoda account. Again, i couldn’t find a way to import my users. Also, i have read this post. So, i skipped Zookoda.
Then, at last, i came across this post from Mashable. It had a big list of Newsletter Services. All of them were paid. I’m not making much money to spend on such sophisticated services, as i was looking for something simple. If i signup with any of them, i will not use atleast 70% of their features.
So, do you know any simple, yet powerful script out there ? If so let me know… Also, if i don’t find any, i will write one myself. Also, would this make a good idea for my next startup ? Theres only Zookoda in the field of “free”, “hosted” newsletter services. I think i’ll be able to better and easier… What do you think ?
I think you should try out poMMo.
poMMo is versatile mass mailing software. It can be used to add a mailing list to your Web site or to organize stand alone mailings. Unique Features such as the ability to mail subsets of your subscribers set it apart from alternatives. poMMo is written in PHP and freely provided under the GPL.
Online demo: http://try.pommo.org
Hope this helps!
Austin wrote on March 19th, 2008 at 11:57 am
Thats looks nice… I’ll try it out and post about my experience…
Hari wrote on March 19th, 2008 at 1:19 pm
I’ll take a look, too.
I’m building my site from my WordPress.com blog right now, & need a mass mailing soft.
Rubén wrote on March 21st, 2008 at 2:14 pm
Pommo has been working good for me so far…
Hari wrote on March 22nd, 2008 at 3:00 am
That’s great Hari
Hope it also works out for Rubén.
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beşiktaş wrote on April 19th, 2008 at 1:23 pm
It’s not the easiest software to use, but do a search for OEMPro and check it out. It is full-featured and they install it free.
Austin Web Design wrote on May 15th, 2008 at 4:15 am
@Austin Web Design: Seems to forgot to mention that OEMPro is not open source and is steeply priced at $268 minus the plugins which cost extra.
Austin wrote on May 15th, 2008 at 4:55 am
I highly recommend Dadamail.
George Jr wrote on May 24th, 2008 at 10:58 am
I recommend poMMo
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