Nice money savers you mentioned here. But I’d like to mention, be careful when mass deleting the actively subscribed undeliverable. This search field is a bit flawed. I found my own test addressees in this search result when I searched my own aweber subscriber base. Apparently, if there has ever been an undeliverable email (which was the case when my web-host crashed my site in a routine update), said email address will show up in the search results. Make sure you click on each actively subscribed email address before you delete, and it will show whether the “undeliverable” was an isolated incident or a recurring phenomenon with said subscriber. My two cents and good faith attempt ad being earning my keep for a backlink:)
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. 
Aweber offers advanced tracking of each email you send which allows you to determine if your sales offers or follow up content are not appealing to people. This can be useful in understanding what content should be removed, or even added, so as time moves forward you can convert a higher rate of click throughs in your follow up email campaigns and close more sales.
So if you send an e-mail on Monday morning it might get buried with another me most so you may want to make sure that’s any afternoon. Okay? And then under click tracking this will track how many people click on the links within your message. Okay? That’s important for conversion rate, optimization to see whether or not people are actually engaging with your e-mails. And once that’s all set up click on save and exit.
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.
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Hey what’s up everybody? It’s Brian Dean from Quicksprout and in this video going to show you how to set up an autoresponder in Aweber. So once you have your accounts all set up and logged in, this is what you’ll see. Your first step is to click the create and manage list button. And what that will do, it’ll allow you to create a list of people that are actually going to receive your autoresponder sequence. So your next step is to click create a list. And by default Aweber gives you an ugly list name like this. Okay, so you want to make it something that’s branded and that you can remember. Something like Quicksprout2.

**A couple of things to consider are that they do not have a reseller program. If you want to use it for multiple clients, you'll need to run everything out of your account and separate it by lists. Also their mobile app isn't much help. You'll be running everything through the web interface. Finally, you should have a working knowledge of html coding if you're going to use it. You don't have to code to use it, but if you want to tweak the look and feel of it like a designer, you'll need to code to dial in what you want.
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Overall: I'm still new to running my business 100% on my own so a lot of marketing programs out there confuse me. This however seems easy enough at this point. I like that almost everything I need is included and if my customer base grows I have the option to upgrade my account to adjust accordingly without overspending. So far it seems great I will leave a more detailed review after my trial ends.
Pros: The singular thing I so much love about Aweber is their User Interface UI. It is so simple and straightforward. Everything you needed are at the right place. Their inbox rate in superb, from experience I normally have up to100% inbox rate. My list is less than 2000 subscribers but then I believe their system sends out emails as though it's sending directly to one person at a time. Their landing pages are simple and easy to customize. They have Javascript, plugins for different CMS and blogging platform and Html though I use the html mostly.
It’s quite the opposite so, if you can get somebody to actually give them their email address, and say, “I give you permission to send me that really cool e-book, or that really cool checklist, or that really cool thing that you have, and then you can continue to send email, and I will read it, and I will enjoy it.” That’s a really great opportunity that I think a lot of marketers don’t take full advantage of. I think a lot of marketers really rely on the push, the Facebook ads, the blog content, the podcasts. I love all that stuff, and I do all that stuff too, but I think there’s something intimate, something special about creating a really strong bond between the emailer and the email reader, and I think the marketers who crack that code, really see a lot of success.
Copying and pasting contact information from one platform to another is a waste of precious resources. By connecting AWeber with Zapier, you can automatically add subscribers to your email list—no matter where you get their information from. You can also organize contact information any way you like by exporting new AWeber subscribers to your favorite database.

AWeber treats emails a little differently from other services. There are different processes for creating Follow-up Series, which are essentially the auto-responders mentioned above, Broadcast messages, and Blog Broadcasts. Follow-up emails are sent automatically every time a new user is added, and Broadcast messages are one-time messages, such as newsletters. Blog Broadcast grabs posts from a blog and compiles them into a newsletter form. You can also create your own mail templates using the Email Template Manager, where you can customize existing templates or write your own using AWeber's API.
The legacy follow-up series is an autoresponder. This is a fundamental part of building a relationship with your list. With this message type, you’ll create a series of emails your subscriber receives once they join your list. (Research by Experian and many other firms, shows that a “welcome series” –as these campaigns are commonly called — typically receives substantially higher open and click-through than other email campaign types.)

The kind of reports they have is totally exhaustive. For example user country and region, how many and when users opens your sent email and which links were clicked and how many people reported spam to your email sent is something awesome. Using the reports now I know when does a user prefers to open the emails and I send them just before their preferred time so my viewership of email has also increased.
Don't waste time copying contact information between your different platforms. Zapier automation can handle tasks like that for you, saving you time for more important work. This integration will trigger with every new user added on Teachable, and pass their details over to Aweber as a new subscriber so you can keep them updated on all your offerings
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