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What do you use to send patient e-newsletters?

Posted by Eryn Realmuto @erynrealmuto, Thu, Jul 11 4:13pm

Hi,
I'm working on a patient e-newsletter by using ExactTarget, a Salesforce/AudienceRX program. Unfortunately, I can't get it to look correct in Outlook, and Salesforce says it's an Outlook issue.
So, my question is – what do you use to send out patient e-newsletters?
And if you do use ExactTarget, are you able to get the email to look correct in Outlook?
Thanks!

I'll be honest I have just never like ExactTarget… I have had better luck with Mailchimp and a few others.

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@reedsmith

I'll be honest I have just never like ExactTarget… I have had better luck with Mailchimp and a few others.

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Thanks for the feedback. I was wondering if it was just me not knowing the program well enough.

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I'm using Active Campaign and It's been working really well.

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Hello – Not sure if this is an option for you, but we are currently using Vertical Response, which offers discounted pricing if you are a nonprofit. https://www.verticalresponse.com/pricing/non-profit/application

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We're looking to implement a new email platform for sending HTML emails and bulk email correspondence. What programs do you all use to send HTML emails? If there are platforms that can meet HIPAA compliance standards, that would be excellent to have those details as well.

Thank you,

Kate

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@kateharbaugh

We're looking to implement a new email platform for sending HTML emails and bulk email correspondence. What programs do you all use to send HTML emails? If there are platforms that can meet HIPAA compliance standards, that would be excellent to have those details as well.

Thank you,

Kate

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Hi, @kateharbaugh – since this question was so close to a discussion in the community last month, I've merged the discussions. This should lead to more conversation. @erynrealmuto @KimberlyGDATF @douglasgomides @reedsmith – any additional thoughts for Kate?

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