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Don’t Use Another Image In Your Emails Without Reading This First!

Posted by Rachel Acquaviva on 12/12/2013

We’ve mentioned before that, when used correctly, images can be a powerful tool to engage subscribers and get them to respond to your emails. And we just made it easier than ever to manage all your images and put them in your emails with unlimited image storage! Snap event photos, upload all your product pictures, […]


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How Consumers Are Shopping For The 2013 Holidays

Posted by Amanda Gagnon on 12/10/2013

Shoppers crowded outside automatic doors, their puffs of cold breath in the frosty air, as always. But that might have been the only thing that remained the same for this year’s Thanksgiving weekend shopping. Several retailers opened early, offline merchants capitalized on Cyber Monday and even the sales figures broke with tradition: Black Friday Total […]


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Leave The Stuffing In The Turkey: Why You Shouldn’t Overstuff Your Emails

Posted by Rachel Acquaviva on 11/21/2013

In America, Thanksgiving makes us think of fall, family, football and, of course, a big holiday meal with turkey and all the trimmings. But this Thanksgiving, no matter where you are, heed our warning – stay away from “stuffing!” We’re talking about email “stuffing,” of course – when you try to cram way too much […]


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Small Business Saturday 2013 Action Plan

Posted by Rebekah Henson on 11/14/2013

Small Business Saturday happens on November 30. For the third year in a row, American Express is encouraging consumers to “Shop Small” and support local establishments in their communities during the holiday season instead of shopping at big chain retailers. Consumers spent $5.5 billion at small businesses on this day last year. 67% of consumers […]


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Holiday Marketing For A Nonprofit? Don’t Neglect Your Online Presence

Posted by Rachel Acquaviva on 11/07/2013

There are a lot of people online who want to donate to your organization, especially during the holidays. So no matter how busy you get this time of year, it’s important to keep your nonprofit visible. Here’s what I had to learn the hard way. Big Mistake. Huge. Before joining the AWeber team in September, […]


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3 Ways to Get Subscribers at Conferences

Posted by Nick Randazzo on 11/05/2013

Our summer intern, Nick Randazzo, picked up some solid tips on list building at conferences while he was here. He’s back at school, but still sharing what he’s learned: A great way to meet potential subscribers is at industry-based events like workshops, trade shows or conferences. These events are the perfect opportunity to show people […]


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The Scariest Things AWeber Has Seen In Emails

Posted by Rebekah Henson on 10/31/2013

Mangled, mutilated templates. Spelling mistakes straight out of your worst nightmares. Untimely messaging. The horror! We see a lot of emails come through our inboxes. And we’ve seen a lot of frightening things in some of those emails. Want to hear a good horror story for Halloween? Then watch these frightening tales of the scariest […]


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Email Marketing Fairy Tales

Posted by Rachel Acquaviva on 10/29/2013

Once upon a time, there was an email marketer who knew he could do more. He had a sign up form on his website and a great-looking email template designed. He sent out a monthly newsletter to his entire email list, and even had a couple of follow up messages created. But his list just […]


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How To Move Your Email Marketing To AWeber

Posted by Rachel Acquaviva on 10/17/2013

Have you been working with Constant Contact, MailChimp or Feedburner but admiring AWeber from afar? It’s time for you to come on over and check us out for yourself! And there’s no better time than right now. We have a brand new import process that makes it so easy to move your subscribers into AWeber, […]


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Yahoo’s New “Not My Email” Option

Posted by Rachel Acquaviva on 10/03/2013

As you may remember, Yahoo recently closed email accounts that had been inactive for 12 months and then released them to the public to be used again. At the time, Yahoo took several precautions to maintain user privacy, including sending 30 days of messages notifying the owner that their account would be closed and recycled, […]


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