AWeber- Review




AWeber is the competitor of GetResponse and provides virtually the same functionality but for a higher price. They offer sequencing and scheduling that comes through very easy to launch a marketing campaign via email with the use of different forms, audio and video for specific days or to send them out after a number of days, weeks or even months beforehand.

AWeber basically have the same futures as GetResponse like a variety of templates to allow people with little knowledge of CSS or HTML to still create professional look forms. Creating an opt-in form with AWeber is uncomplicated, for there is a built-in form wizard that assists you to create and custom-make your forms using the point - click interface. I had found that customization with AWeber are a bit more easier than GetResponse on the other hand it’s a lot more easygoing to import lists into GetResponse than it is with AWeber.

I had actually study quite a lot of reviews around AWeber, some good and quite a few negative ones, but I hadn't seen complains about non-delivery of mails or the service in general. To the highest degree negative reviews goes around the fact that the program might be a bit more difficult to understand and the pricing that's more than expected. Also sadly no trial period is provided, but you'll be able to try out the service for $1 which is a sensible amount to pay for a good service.


Bear in mind that it would be a better decision to stick to one responder rather than skipping from one to another. Importing mailing lists can be a daunting task for inexperienced marketers, and I would highly recommend selecting one and sticking with it. Take some time to learn your responder and how it works. Numerous sites and individuals will tell you how easy it is to make money with an email list, but growing a subscriber base is not that easy and you'll find that several people tend to leave your list if your marketing campaign isn't set to attract and sustain customers. Making money with a list requires a learning curve that takes some time to perfect. Choosing the right auto-responder plays a crucial role in your online business. I have a tendency to except mail only from certain responders that I trust, and I tend to unsubscribed to lists that lands up in my spam box with an unknown responder behind the address. A responder with a proficient reputation gives your online business a more professional look.

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9 comments:

  1. I have been considering using aweber for a while but I never heard a review to see if it was worth it.Thanks

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    1. I love to browse through out net in search for marketing my business and meanwhile i found the tigerbuz email marketing services as the best option. Tigerbuz is reliable and cost effective and really the system is dammm!! good and workable for every business owner. I surprisingly shocked when i found all my emails goes to inbox of my subscribers. You can find more here: http://tigerbuz.com

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  2. I use aweber regularly for all my businesses and marketing campaigns and highly recommend it. They walk you through each step in the process, they help you avoid spam complaints through their double opt in feature... the only down side is importing lists since they want the double opt-in but even that was easy enough to work around once I notified my list that I was doing a clean up and wanted them to opt-in only if they wanted to continue receiving information from me. I've not used GetResponse so have no feedback on their services, but most of the marketers I network with (with huge lists) use aWeber which gave me the confidence to try it out. I wouldn't change at this point.

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    1. Thanks for the comment Kay, have to agree, I also use only Aweber because of the pricing, GetResponse work just as fine, but more expensive.

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  3. did anyone get more sales from using this product?

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  4. I have one doubt.
    Suppose I already have a list from my Feedburner account. Do I need to get their confirmation again ?

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  5. Confirmation from your subscribers?

    No you won't, as long as your name and "intent subscription" stay the same. If you plan on using another line of email marketing that is different from the current one, then it would be safe to get confirmation again.

    You can just export your list from Feedburner to Aweber.

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  6. Sadly you could have eliminated the person who didn't like your comment about God is your boss, instead you shrunk to his level and engaged with him in name calling. Very umprofessional. Perhaps that is why your last post on this was 2013.

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    1. This is an old review (2012) Lots of new ones came after this. People usually do not engage on stuff that is outdated.

      Baboon and rock is not name calling but the "truth" been told. Yes, even you and I are suppose to admit that we have the intelligence of a primate. Nevertheless, like I said this is a very old post out of hundreds and needs an update/clean up. Thank you for stopping by to bring it to my attention.

      PS: I do not engage in conversations that is not on topic anymore. Such comments are removed to avoid confrontations.

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