Mailjet Reviews

Discover Mailjet's email marketing service for your business. Includes info on Mailjet, free trials reviews, pricing, and FAQs.

Updated on February 25th, 2019

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Mailjet is an email marketing service that can be accessed either via an online drag-and-drop interface, APIs that allow developers to integrate its features within their online app or service, or its SMTP relay. Mailjet runs A/X testing, Campaign Comparison and more to ensure optimal deliverability for its customers

Mailjet Pricing:

Plan Name

Monthly Pricing

Free

$0.00

Basic

$8.69

Premium

$18.86

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Mailjet Review:

Pros: Simple, minimalist user interface. Free plan and competitive pricing.

Cons: Research found API keys can be too long for older applications at times.

Bottomline: Mailjet simplifies the sending of newsletters, and will help your business to expand.

Mailjet Key Information:

Co-founders

Julien Tartarin, Wilfried Durand, Nicolas Chaunu, Quentin Nickmans, Thibaud Elziere

Founded

2010

Headquarters

Paris, France

CEO

Alexis Renard

Number of Customers

More than 26,000

Address

13 Rue de l'Aubrac, 75012 Paris, France

Website

www.mailjet.com

Mailjet FAQs:

What is Mailjet's price range?

Mailjet's pricing ranges between $8.69 and $18.86 per month, depending on which plan you choose. Mailjet offers a free service for sending 6,000 or less emails per month.

Is there a Mailjet free trial?

No, but Mailjet does not charge for sending 6,000 or less emails per month.

Where can I find the Mailjet login?

Visit www.mailjet.com and log in at the top right of the page.

What are some Mailjet alternatives?

Mailjet News & Activity:

Date

News or Activity

June 28, 2018

Mailjet is First Company to Achieve AFAQ Personal Data Protection Certification

Mailjet Reviews:

Source

Review

Yuta Aoki - yutaaoki.com

MailJet is very similar to SendGrid. What I liked most about Mailjet was that it had a very comprehensive REST API. If you are a programmer, you know how easy it is to use RESTful web services. Also, the website was clean and easy to navigate. I actually signed up to MailJet to test it myself. Their fast response impressed me (unlike the slow AWeber). I got the confirmation message as soon as I registered, and I was able to log in to the site right away. Ladies and gentlemen, this is how things are supposed to work! I would have used Mailjet if it weren’t for one thing: it didn’t allow me to create customer columns in their email list database. This means that you cannot store somebody’s name along with their email address, or any other complementary information. This was the only (but major) drawback I found.