Sync contacts between Klick-Tipp and Mailjet with sync.blue®
This app combination is planned already.
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Klick-Tipp has also gained an impressive reputation among German newsletters. Initially, the provider came from the "online marketer" scenario, where everything is becoming more and more exaggerated. But the situation has changed over time: At the same time, Klick-Tipp (more serious) is marketed as a complete e-mail solution for all types of service providers (such as consultants, craftsmen, doctors) and smaller medium-sized companies. Klick-Tipp has always focused on one feature: tagging is intended to ensure that unclean mailing lists are a thing of the past. The focus on automation is also good, including the visual representation of the email series, which mainly comes from the CRM area. All plans include the same number of recipients: 10,000 contacts and unlimited emails. The starting price is 27 euros per month (standard tariff). If you also want to use split testing, you should pay a premium of 47 euros. The deluxe version costs 67 euros per month. There is a Facebook list building function here and up to 10 automatic activities. Unfortunately, there is no free trial. Anyone with more than 10,000 contacts receives corporate rates including a dedicated mail server from Klick-Tipp to ensure the best delivery rate. Please note that the one-time setup fee is 699 euros. In general, Klick-Tipp positions itself in higher-priced market segments, especially in those with more than 10,000 subscribers.
Mailjet is a French email marketing platform founded in 2010. Mailjet is a cloud-based email sending and tracking system that allows users to send marketing emails and transactional emails. Mailjet was founded in 2010 by Wilfried Durand and Julien Tartarin in Nantes, France, through the startup studio eFounders. Mailjet's platform includes tools for designing emails, sending bulk, and tracking emails. The platform uses tools to ensure email deliverability, including managing sender reputation and providing authentication certificates. Mailjet claims to be GDPR compliant and can be integrated with various CMS and e-commerce platforms. In 2011, the company raised 2.5 million euros from Alven Capital. In 2014, Mailjet raised another €2.2 million from Alven Capital via eFounders and opened offices in New York, London and Berlin By 2015, Mailjet had more than 32,000 customers and raised an additional $11 million from Alven Capital, Iris Capital and Seventure Partners. In October 2019, Mailjet was acquired by US email marketing platform Mailgun, which is backed by Thoma Bravo. In December 2021, Mailjet was taken over again, this time by the Swedish company Sinch.