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Do You Alienate Your Subscribers?

Posted by Amanda Gagnon on 02/11/2014

I noticed a handyman truck the other day with “Rent-a-Husband” on the side. I thought it was a cute name for such a business. I saw a similar one later that day called “Husband For Hire.” This caused my marketing brain to kick into gear. Could these businesses be losing customers because of their name? […]


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Advanced Email Marketing: Beyond The Basics

Posted by Nick Randazzo on 07/22/2013

We know you’ve heard, but we’ll say it again – email marketing is the way to go when advertising your business. A basic email marketing campaign is a really beneficial, not to mention easy, marketing strategy that you can utilize to increase your sales. The hard part is trying not to rush around cheering when […]


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Email Spam Turns 35: How To Make Sure You’re Not Getting Marked As Spam!

Posted by Rebekah Henson on 05/03/2013

Mmm… spam. Gmail’s got some tasty recipes to make with the email spam you receive. And it all started 35 years ago today. Today’s the 35th anniversary of the first spam email that ever got sent – to a list of about 300 people. Spam is still an email plague today. But consumers tend to […]


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The 4 Kinds of People Reading Your Email – And Why They Open It Several Times

Posted by Rebekah Henson on 03/14/2013

You might encounter a mystery when you check your open rates. Along with the standard opens from each of your readers, you might find a few people who open your message more than once. Why would someone open your email more than once? The answer is simple: There are four different kinds of people who […]


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Is This Mistake Landing Your Emails In Spam?

Posted by Crystal Gouldey on 02/18/2013

“ Good ideas executed badly will not bring you the results you’re looking for. It’s wise to keep tabs on what your subscribers are doing. If you look at your stats and see some subscribers aren’t clicking on your links or even opening your emails, it’s time to take action. We’ve talked before about how […]


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Top 10 Causes for Spam Complaints

Posted by Crystal Gouldey on 03/21/2012

At AWeber, we want to provide the best service possible. We want you to have the best deliverability possible; the best performance. In a nutshell: complete satisfaction. Our Best Practices Manager, Kristie Sullivan, helps us help you meet these goals. Kristie helps customers maintain their accounts by providing tips for proper list management. Part of […]


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How To Attract (and Keep!) the Subscribers You DO Want

Posted by Crystal Gouldey on 02/27/2012

Last month, we talked about the email subscribers you don’t want and how to prevent them from signing up to your list. Now, it’s time to think about how to get and keep the subscribers you DO want. To help us with this, we talked to Johhn Four from Gamer Lifestyle. He left some impressive […]


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Improve Deliverability in Two Simple Steps

Posted by Rebekah Henson on 02/06/2012

Some experts will tell you that email deliverability is based on what you write in your subject lines or how you design your messages. In reality, deliverability is more involved than that. Deliverability is increasingly influenced by how your readers engage with your emails: Do they open your messages or delete them as soon as […]


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3 Psychological Strategies That Help Reduce Unsubscribe Rates

Posted by Justin Premick on 01/31/2012

The following is a guest post from AJ Kumar at Single Grain. Thanks to Neil Patel for introducing us and making this post possible. – Justin Premick Your website and email marketing lists aren’t just business tools that help you connect with customers and prospects – in effect; they’re the digital manifestation of your presence […]


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Top Blog Posts and Guest Posts of 2011

Posted by Rebekah Henson on 12/28/2011

2011 was a big year for social media (big changes to Facebook and the introduction of Google Plus), integrations (like our PayPal app and Facebook Connect), and discussing the future of email. Let’s take a look back at some of our top posts from this year. Here are our top 6 blog posts and top […]


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