Okay, so you’ll be surprised that even though it looks good right here you can get some funky looking e-mails in real life and in an actual e-mail inbox and especially links can be wrong sometimes. So you definitely want to test every e-mail before officially adding it to your autoresponder sequence. But if you go to check your e-mail and everything looks good, click on back, then click on settings. Okay this will determine when the e-mail goes out and in this case because it’s your first e-mail, it goes out immediately after the person confirms. Okay, so that’s automatic for the first e-mail and once that’s done click on save and exit. And you’ll get the message that your message has been saved and here is the first e-mail.
Once a prospect becomes a paying customer it's important that your email marketing messaging matches the action they've taken, otherwise your emails can be confusing and seem outdated. Use this Zapier integration to subscribe customers with a Shopify paid order to a new AWeber list and unsubscribe them from another list, like a general marketing list. That way, your messaging will always be relevant to your customers.
Then you can do it all again. AWeber lets you build as many lists as you want, each with their own emails, forms, templates, subscribers, and stats. You can switch between lists from the menu in AWeber's top toolbar—or get a quick glance at the stats on all of your lists from your dashboard. You can also quickly send a new email anytime from the prominent Create a Message button in the dashboard.
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If businesses want to grow, they cannot ignore marketing. Thankfully, there are plenty of email marketing tools available to help even the smallest of small businesses get started. AWeber (which begins at $19 per month) is just such a choice, offering an easy-to-use platform with no hidden surprises. AWeber's templates simplify the process for creating visually attractive email marketing campaigns and the reporting dashboard tracks the most important basic statistics. It can't import contacts from Gmail or other third-party address books, nor does it offer Google Analytics integration. For better third-party contacts integration and tracking, you should consider Campaigner and MailChimp, our two Editors' Choices for email marketing tools. For this review, I signed up for AWeber's Basic plan.
**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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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