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Jilt is shutting down on April 30, 2022

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Jilt is shutting down on April 30, 2022


Last year, our parent company was acquired by GoDaddy and we’re now putting our hearts into building something new and exciting for WooCommerce stores. While we’re no longer accepting new accounts, current customers will be able to use Jilt until the service shuts down and will continue to receive the same kind and responsive customer support until April 30, 2022.

We put together guides to help you migrate your lists, emails, and other data to other email marketing platforms including Klaviyo, Mailchimp, and Metorik. We also have guides for exporting your data to use on any other platform.

In 2012, we launched Jilt to help eCommerce businesses grow with email marketing. We’re extremely proud of what our team has accomplished and honored so many brands relied on us to help them reach their customers. 

While it’s hard to say goodbye, we’re excited about our next chapter at GoDaddy building an incredible experience for WooCommerce stores

Thank you to each and every one of you who trusted us to handle your store’s email marketing and for giving us thoughtful feedback along the way.

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  1. lyfsolutions

    June 19, 2021 at 7:59 am

    This is a real shame. Jilt was one of the best email marketing solutions around for Shopify and WooCommerce. Sad when large corporations buy a business out and ruin a good thing. Jilt was the most responsive in delivering important features. The support team was second to none and was coming up with incredible segmentation journeys. It will be awful for many brands to have to go back to Mailchimp and the like as they are not as responsive nor open about feature improvements. We achieved amazing results with Jilt. Kudos to the amazing team behind this great innovation!

    • WP Guy News

      June 21, 2021 at 10:36 am

      What I want to know is why GoDaddy bought them, only to shut down their platform vs growing the platform? I understand from the standpoint that you buy a business for the customer list, but this seems like they must have had another project that GD wanted more and didn’t care about the email marketing piece.

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