With subscribers, Klaviyo costs per month, and ConvertKit costs $259 per month. Overall, if the number of subscribers increases, Klaviyo will cost twice as much as a traditional email marketing platform designed for bloggers and content creators . Therefore, Klaviyo is not a good economical choice for blog or content based sites. However, when compared to other ecommerce email marketing providers, Klaviyo is on par with the competition (and sometimes even cheaper). For example, Drip costs $122 /month for 5,000 subscribers compared to Klaviyo's $100 /month . But with 35,000 subscribers, Drip costs $494 per month, while Klaviyo costs $550 per month. Overall, Klaviyo's cost per subscriber increases as your list grows , whereas other email marketing providers tend to get cheaper as subscribers grow.
This is the Klaviyo pricing table based on the number of subscribers Up to 250 subscribers - free Up to 1000 subscribers – $30 per month Up to 2500 subscribers - 60/month Up to 5000 subscribers – $100 per month Up to 10,000 subscribers – per month fax List Up to 25,000 subscribers - $400/month Up to 50,000 subscribers - $700/month Up to 100,000 subscribers – $1200/month Click here to register for Klaviyo for free Cons #1: You can’t click mark subscribers in emails mouse Remember when I said Klaviyo wasn't a great choice for blogging?
The main reason is because Klaviyo doesn't allow you to click to tag subscribers in their emails. In fact, Klaviyo's subscriber tagging is pretty poor compared to ConvertKit or Drip . In my blog, I have several automatic flow settings that are triggered based on the links the user clicks in the email . For example , the first email of MyWifeQuitHerJob.com's autoresponder sequence asks readers whether they are a senior e-commerce store owner or a junior e-commerce store owner. If they click the "Advanced" button, they will be marked as an advanced user and sent my advanced ecommerce tutorial. With Klaviyo, there is no way to do this.