Sales Push Review 2021: The Most Flexible Email Marketing Solution?

Sales Push’s origins date back to 2009, when it was formed with a view to enable customers to reach more contacts, and to engage them more efficiently. As of today, it has over 5,000 customers.

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    Written By Henry Walden - Digital Marketing Expert

    Updated: 09/05/2021

    Sales Push in a nutshell

    Free Plan: Almost!
    User Accounts: Options for Multiple
    Segmentation and Geo:Yes
    Delivery by Time zone: Yes
    Free Trial: No
    Means of Use: Mobile, Tablet, Computer
    Industry: IT, eCommerce, Marketing

    Key features and workflows

    Creating Email Campaigns and Managing

    Planning and actioning your campaigns can be done with the following.

    Emails sent/opened and links clicked

    You can analyze how effective your previous campaigns have been

    Deliverability rate and delivery by time zone (spam)

    Send emails by receipt time, so that all your contacts’ mail is delivered at the same relative time of day

    Creating and importing email lists

    You can casually upload your current contacts from a CSV file

    Split tests and A/B tests

    Split tests allow you to swiftly find out what works and what doesn’t


    Targeted emails can be auto-populated with an individual’s data

    Reporting and Analysis

    The analysis hub is regularly updated.

    Engagement reports (Email open rate and CR tracking)

    You can review which emails have been most successful


    Create groups of contacts using specific parameters, and then tailor the content accordingly

    Social media tracking

    There’s currently no option for tracking social media broadcasts

    ROI analysis 

    A detailed report advises you on how best to maximize your email ROI


    Below are the add ons that can be synced with your service.

    API integrations

    You can connect and send your emails via the HTTP API

    Integrations with these platforms: Ecommerce, Shopify, Magento, Bigcommerce and Woocommerce 

    Of the above, only Magento is unavailable

    CRM Integrations

    There’s a fair range of CRM integrations, including Streak

    Social Media integrations

    Both Twitter and Facebook are available 


    There are dozens of optional apps to choose from


    You can sync with several popular WordPress plugins


    Sales Push has a couple of products, one of which is cheaper but has no automation options. The other, namely the All-in-One Email Marketing Automation Suite, has a vast range of choices to free up your time for more valuable endeavors. 

    Design and Ease of Use

    You won't need any previous experience to begin creating your campaigns.

    Drag and Drop Interface

    You can drag and drop content blocks for visual creation

    Landing page creator 

    Choose from various pre-designed templates or build your own page swiftly

    Email templates 

    There’s a user-friendly Email Template Builder and dozens of pre-made email templates 

    Sign up forms within newsletter tool (opt in-opt out process)

    It's a short process to design and customize a subscription sign-up form

    Pricing (Email Push)



    Almost Free Plan

    $1.00 per month

    Small 1

    $25.00 per month

    Small 2

    $45.00 per month

    Mid 1

    $99.00 per month

    Mid 2

    $149.00 per month

    Mid 3

    $299.00 per month

    Bronze (One Time Plan)


    Silver (One Time Plan)


    Gold (One Time Plan)


    Pricing (All-in-One Email Marketing Automation Suite)

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    Customer Service

    There’s a free online support portal that’s available to customers 24/7. You can also email or phone up at +1 646 457 4054.


    This provider has some reasonable offers, and the massive range of different prices and plans mean that there’s likely something for everyone. The ‘Almost Free Plan’ has an impressive array of features considering it costs next to nothing, and might be worth checking out as a type of trial.

    The main downsides here is that it isn’t clear how long you have to commit in order to take out a plan, and the options for integration and API control aren’t as great as some providers. For example, MailChimp has some similar packages, but offers over 260 possible integrations.