Anyone wish to share any thoughts as to any user experiences between the two services ? I'm specifically interested in the predesigned templates.

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I've used both to some degree although I have more experience with MailChimp.
They're both pretty good and I can't fault either too much but MailChimp was a better product in my opinion.
It's reasonably easy to learn, has some good importing/exporting features, a strong API and good support.
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I've used both to some degree although I have more experience with MailChimp.
They're both pretty good and I can't fault either too much but MailChimp was a better product in my opinion.
It's reasonably easy to learn, has some good importing/exporting features, a strong API and good support.
I didn't use the predesigned templates on either one too much but from what I did see they both had a reasonable range that looked well designed.
And I'm not affiliated with them in anyway.

Thanks for your feedback. I only wish the templates at MailChimp were a bit newer but all in I would put it at 55% MC and 45% CC.

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