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The main aspects of the product that would nudge me in Aweber's direction are its ease-of-use and comprehensive support. The latter may be particularly important for some potential users, particularly those starting out in e-marketing without a truckload of technical skills (you probably won’t get stuck, but if you do, you can talk to a real human being on a real phone line about your problem).
So the second one he might put three days later and then as you add more e-mail make them eight or even two weeks later. Okay? And understand window if you want to send them between certain dates for times to increase your open rate, you can do that. So slide this to on and then you can choose only send them on Mondays or Tuesdays between a certain time. And the reason that works really well is because people are more likely to check your e-mail at certain times.
Both Aweber and Getresponse have almost the same pricing structure if you closely analyze their pricing. You can get a lot of subscribers before you actually have to jump in heavily on the cost. But when it comes down to it, Getresponse pricing is lesser between Aweber vs. Getresponse. Aweber offers unlimited image hosting where Getresponse offers up to 1GB storage and you have to upgrade for additional storage.
Me gusta utilizar aweber para mis campañas de marketing por e-mail. La automatización hace que sea más rápido y fácil configurar explosiones para mis clientes. AWeber es sencillo de usar, ofrece un excelente valor por el dinero y me ayuda a mantener buenas relaciones con mis clientes y posibles clientes. Hay algunos otros buenos servicios, pero aWeber resuelve muchas necesidades para la mayoría de las empresas y con precios justos y gran capacidad de análisis.
Yeah, I could probably pay a coder to write an app that allows their API to be single optin, etc, but why? I’d still want to have the ability to add people manually and have them automatically sign into my list. For example, I’m going to start doing some seminars locally. I want to be able to come home and add the 25 people to my email list…easily.
If segmentation is a key aspect of how you manage your mailouts, then I'd probably look elsewhere for an email marketing solution. The two products I've come across which cater best for emailing multiple segments (and indeed lists) are Getresponse (note: its segments are called 'saved searches') and Campaign Monitor (which offers extremely good segmentation functionality, but at a pretty high price).
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.
George: All right so, One Last Tool viewers and listeners, there was integrations there was marketing automation, drip campaigns, there’s tagging, which equals segmentation, there are newsletters and one-offs, and hopefully, hopefully, listeners and viewers, you’re not sitting there going, “Hey, maybe I should do that someday.” No, you should probably have started to put forms on your site and generate an email list, I don’t know, as soon as you opened the doors to your digital business. But, we’re not judging you, we’re just giving you the information today on this podcast.
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Have custom fields you’ve set up within your account? Collecting data for these fields and passing it into your account is no more complicated than collecting name and email. Custom list fields will appear right alongside the standard fields in your AWeber action. It’s as easy as selecting your list, and there they are. You can even add tags from within the action!