In this module Dean walks us through creating our first list in Aweber. In the past I have used GetResponse, and several other autoresponders but so far, I really like Aweber. Aweber seems to be much easier to use.
While setting up your list we need to keep buyers and prospects separated, you don’t have to, but it’s a good idea!
Aweber describes it best…
“When you are running your email marketing campaign, you may want to have separate lists – one for your prospective customers and one for your existing customers. Since each list in AWeber has its own dedicated follow-up series, someone who is subscribed to a prospect list would receive different follow up messages than someone subscribed to a customer list.
Additionally, you can create an automation rule that will automatically unsubscribe someone from your prospects list once they purchase from you and become a customer. If you’ve integrated your AWeber account with a shopping cart such as PayPal, you can set the app to add subscribers to specific lists based on the product they purchase from you.”
Setting up a rule to remove a prospect and add them to the buyer’s list is straight forward, so it’s easy to do.
The next post will discuss importing our follow up messages from Internet Profits.