folk vs GetResponse

GetResponse is great to run newsletters,
folk is better to build relationships.

Interact with contacts, not subscribers

folk's contact page is purpose-built for managing contacts, including reminders, comments, interactions and company details

A contact page on folk

folk offers a clear, purpose-built contact page

A contact page on GetResponse

Get Response offers generic fields for newsletters use case

Send personalized emails, not newsletters

Contacts are enriched, deduplicated and made more actionnable to send personalized emails at scale.

Sending an email from folk

folk lets you collaborate on message drafts as a team and send in bulk

Sending an email on Get Reponse

Mailchimp newsletter builder

Get Response provide designed block hard to customized

Follow up with contacts, don’t wait for open rate

folk allow you to track and follow-up with each contacts in a pipeline view

Follow up with a contact on folk

folk display a pipeline view, with reminders and comments to follow up

Follow up with a contact on GetResponse

GetResponse only gives you open and click rate