Autoresponders vary in the way they handle subscription e.g., whether
they accept subscription through a web form* and/or via email.
(*Note: a web form is a HTML code that you put on your website to allow
your visitors to put in their name and email address, etc. This
information will then be entered into your subscriber database
Another important consideration is whether they generate the HTML form code
automatically. This will save you a lot of time without having to do the
Also, the autoresponders must be able to handle all subscriptions
automatically. This requirement may seem obvious (why would you want an
autoresponder in the first place?), but is nevertheless emphasized here.
Equally important is whether they provide a
one-click unsubscribe link
which is required by law in some countries.
Surprisingly, this feature is not included in some of the less
sophisticated locally and desktop hosted models. So it is a good reason
alone to exclude them from your shortlist.
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