When a new customer purchases your products or services, you need to follow up promptly to make the experience a positive one. This Zapier integration sends your WooCommerce new sign-ups directly into your AWeber email marketing system. That way, you can send them automated emails to onboard them, let them know about training sessions or promotions, and more.
Whether you’ve imported a list or added brand new subscribers, you’ll want to make sure everyone’s up-to-speed with your company and what you offer. That’s why the next step after either activity in AWeber lets you pick pre-made emails to send to your contacts as drip emails. You can have getting started info for new customers, info about new features for potential customers, or even a training course that gets sent out by email.
Tom: So, I think you’ll definitely agree in your experience, that if you’re not emailing your fans, your subscribers and your customers, and your prospects, you’re just leaving so much on the table. So much opportunity, so much money on the table. I think that basically the problem that AWeber solves is really the problem that email solves. Which is, providing you with a way to … Our Director of Products says this, and I think it’s a really great phrase, “Email is intimacy at scale.”, because, I think if someone is going to give you permission, give you the privilege to send email to them, and to be in their inbox, because nobody wakes up in the morning and says, “I can’t wait to receive more email today.”
George: Okay? We’re gonna play a game of, “Interview Volley Ball”, and what I’m about to do is, I’m gonna set the ball up and then you’re gonna spike it. Okay? There are two questions, and I don’t want to take a break in between them. I’m just gonna give you the two questions and then you roll with it. We’re gonna be like Top Gun Maverick and Goose, we’re gonna be high-fiving because we’re gonna win the game here. That’s simply this, “When you look at the space, who is AWeber’s competitors?”, and then the spike for you is, “What in the world makes AWeber better than them?”
George: So that folks, is super smart. So, Tom, it’s amazing. This interview flew by man. Great answers. Like, we’re just clipping away. Here’s my thing. If people want to learn more about you, if they want to learn more about AWeber, and by the way, thanks for taking the time to do this, where can we send them? Where do you want to have them go for you, for AWeber, for whatever interesting things that you might want to share?
Once you have you list set up, you can then start to create your email series or campaign. This will be your emails that go out one by one each day or however you set the timing of them all. Aweber has a lot of cool features, but again it is a simple format. You can simply copy and paste and drag and drop you emails from say a word doc into Aweber. Or you can start from scratch and write your entire emails within Aweber itself. It has the same look and feel as a normal email platform would have and more. You can add pictures, videos, shopping carts and products, and many more features.
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Now in terms of the content, is actually very easy to add and modify. It’s very similar to a WordPress post. So if you wanted to add something about why they should stay subscribed. Like why you should stay subscribed, right? Just type it in like that, you can hover over it, make it bold, make it bigger, change the font, whatever you want to do just like you would with then Word processor. So once you add all of the content that you want that’s thanking them for signing up and reminding them why they should stay in your list and offering to be there for any questions, it’s time to send out your test e-mail. Okay, to do that click on test and then put in the e-mail address you want to send it to and then click send test.
Marketer’s Choice (aka 1ShoppingCart.com) – this one is actually a great choice. However, it’s not a simple email autoresponder; it comes with a bunch of bells and whistles you probably don’t need just yet. Things like shopping cart, merchant account, affiliate platform, etc. For now, I suggest we stick with simple list building through an email autoresponder, shall we?
Marketing automation works in a similar way to autoresponders, in that emails are automatically sent to a mailing list according to a predefined sequence. But instead of time intervals, user behaviour is used to determine what should emails should be sent next - opens, clicks, goal completions, purchases, abandoned carts and more can all be used to trigger the next e-newsletter. 

I like Aweber because it is easy to use and reliable. In addition, it integrates with my key automation tools and platforms. I use WordPress to host my sites, OptimizePress for landing pages, Webinar JEO for webinars, and ThriveCart for my shopping cart. Without these integrations my business would be inefficient to run and take too much time. As a solo-entrepreneur my time is at a premium and I need to spend my time serving clients and marketing my business not maintaining it. I have tried other Autoresponders including: GetResponse, ConstantContact, Emma, 1ShoppingCart and Infusionsoft. While each of these platforms have their strengths, I like Aweber best because I'm familiar with it and it does one thing the best... deliver my emails!
Mailchimp sign-up form requires some HTML knowledge. While the easy to use service allows you to create a sign-up form quickly, once the code for it is generated you will need HTML knowledge to embed it into your website. Normal sign-up forms are hosted on Mailchimp's website, so your readers will be directed to their servers to fill out the forms unless you make the effort to embed it.
Now in terms of the content, is actually very easy to add and modify. It’s very similar to a WordPress post. So if you wanted to add something about why they should stay subscribed. Like why you should stay subscribed, right? Just type it in like that, you can hover over it, make it bold, make it bigger, change the font, whatever you want to do just like you would with then Word processor. So once you add all of the content that you want that’s thanking them for signing up and reminding them why they should stay in your list and offering to be there for any questions, it’s time to send out your test e-mail. Okay, to do that click on test and then put in the e-mail address you want to send it to and then click send test.
You have to let AWeber know from where your subscribers came—whether they signed up on a form, bought a product and opted to receive mail, or gave verbal agreement. AWeber also wants to know whether the list is being moved from another mail marketing provider. The goal is to verify you aren't spamming or buying lists. AWeber auto-creates a confirmation message, which is sent to contacts to verify their subscription. Like GetResponse, AWeber doesn't allow disposable domains, such as Mailinator addresses. I just wish this had been explicitly communicated. I uploaded a file containing regular addresses as well as Mailinator ones and waited for the import file to be reviewed and confirmed by Aweber. I never saw an error message informing me that the addresses were rejected, making me think the site was just slow. There was nothing in the import history log, either. When I tried the import without Mailinator addresses, it took just a few minutes.
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When a new customer purchases your products or services, you need to follow up promptly to make the experience a positive one. This Zapier integration sends your WooCommerce new sign-ups directly into your AWeber email marketing system. That way, you can send them automated emails to onboard them, let them know about training sessions or promotions, and more.
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