In order to determine how successful your email campaign is, you need to be able to track analytics. Both services offer excellent options, allowing you to split your subscriber base into lists, sending different communications to each one. Aweber’s dashboard provides clear information on opens and clicks, as well as letting you track unsubscribers.
What AWeber has done especially well is develop a reputation of providing excellent support – while some users like nothing more than experimenting so they intuitively can try to make sense of everything on their own pace or customize like crazy, others appreciate the ability to receive help anytime from a real human through email, phone or live chat – especially if they’re hopelessly mired trying to send a message out to thousands of customers/prospects. (There’s also an online Knowledge Base plus a moderated official Facebook forum.)
In the negative points I had mentioned that AWeber is not cheap but you can use this to your advantage. Now many Email Autoresponder’s charge based on how many emails you send per month but AWeber charges based on the number of subscribers. So if you send updates weekly or biweekly it will not prove costly at all but in fact it will be cheaper than those who charge on a per email delivery basis.

I wanted a form of subscription that could be confirmed by email on the web page i'm creating and this is amazing, i got a lot more options than i expected, one of them is the option to schedule broadcast messages to your subscribers and you can even use templates on it to decorate according the colors of your website, you can also use integrations to gain subscribers from social media accounts or other platforms like Facebook, Wordpress or even Paypal; The email marketing performance is awesome! you can track how many people open your emails and what links they click, in that way you can do trial and error and you can do better advertising campaing by email, AWeber you made my life easier! Thank you so much for being that awesome!
Once you've sent your broadcast, you can track its success through the Reporting tool. For each campaign, you can see the open and click rate as well as the number of replies and unsubscribes. There's no Google Analytics integration, but there is a very helpful step-by-step guide on how to use Google Analytics on a Do-It-Yourself (DIY) basis with AWeber.
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AWeber customers pay monthly subscription fees based on the size of their email audience. This is a surprisingly simple and refreshing formula, especially in a culture when many competitors offer extra tools, extra templates and extra support only for those at the higher service levels. This “pay more/get more” approach also encourages the “bare bones” customers to consider upgrading so they can better access full premium services. But with AWeber, everyone gets access to everything, although the total amount of tools available is fewer than some competitors.
So once it’s all set up, hover over messages and click on follow-up series. Next click on the create your first follow-up button and when you do you’ll be taken to the Aweber message editor and now going to walk you through the most important part of the editor and how to use them. So at the top we have the subject line and this is the subject line of the e-mails that your subscribers will receive and in general you want to make these benefit driven.
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AWeber lets you manually add up to 10 contacts—subscribers—via a form. Each record collects the name of the person, email address, ad-tracking value, and the name of the initial email message the person will receive. This can turn into a long and tedious exercise for a long list of names. The import tool is a better choice, as it has a textbox to cut and paste an entire comma-delimited list of email addresses. You can also upload a spreadsheet (XLS and XLSX), text file (CSV, TSV, and TXT). Unlike Campaigner, MailChimp, and GetResponse, AWeber doesn't have Gmail or third-party integration for pulling contacts, which is disappointing. You can, however, export the Gmail contacts to a CSV file and use the import tool.

If you’re listening to this in audio on the podcast, I definitely recommend you check out our podcast. I’m the host so, I’ll give a shameless plug there. It’s “Ask Me About Email Marketing” and it started out as kind of a Q&A on email marketing, and it morphed a bit into an interview show, where we interviewed other digital and email marketers about their email marketing strategy, so it’s a great way to learn from the pros. You won’t be learning from me all the time. I try to get as much outside professional stories and experiences as possible. But yeah, if you want to check that out on iTunes or Stitcher, we’re on all the particulars, and if you like it, subscribe. You can reach out to me on Twitter at @TNRT so, that’s probably the best place to start. If you do want to try us out, just aweber.com and take that trial. We’ll be there to help you out along the way.
Tom: Yeah so, the two most popular prices that we see is, $19 a month, which we talked about earlier. That’s gonna cover you up to 500 subscribers. Then, the next popular tier is $29 a month, which will cover you up to 2500 subscribers. It scales based on a number of subscribers that you have after that. So, those are kind of our cost to entry pricing tiers that we have. One of the really nice things that I appreciate working here at AWeber, it certainly makes conversations a lot easier, is that all of our services, and all of our tools, are offered for everyone. There’s no tiers based on features and based on the toolset.
George: Yeah, I don’t know about you, One Last Tool viewers and listeners, and Tom, I don’t know about you either but, my inbox and I, we have a love-hate relationship. That is, that I love to hate it. So, when I finally let you in my inbox, there is a very good reason that I have that e-book, that checklist, that guide, that webinar. Because otherwise, I’m like, “No, no, no, no. No, we don’t need that.” It’s just how we are so, we dumped out a little bit ago, $19 a month as kind of the starting plan but, are there more? Are there branches to that? Talk me through, how much AWeber’s going to cost me if I’m just starting out to if I’m a super advanced user with several thousand contacts in my database.

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AWeber is an email marketing software that allows small business owners to easily create and send email campaigns to their customers. Its features include email tracking, newsletters, automation, mobile apps, and more. We compiled AWeber user reviews from our website and around the web and determined that it has generally positive ratings. We also shared its available pricing options.
Change: Convert AWeber error messages into more friendly strings Change: ninja_forms_aweber_subscribe_error_message filter parameters to $new_message, $error_code, $error_message, $subscriber, $list_id Add: ninja_forms_aweber_show_errors filter to surpress errors of certain types or for certain forms so the form will still be submitted Add: NF_AWEBER_DEBUG constant for reverting back to AWeber messages
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