We have shared few tutorials in the past and we started using Aweber for sending Email newsletter. The CTR and conversion is great and I’m happy that I have shifted myself to Aweber but sad I was late using it and missed a big chance of creating a big Email list, but it’s never too late to do the right thing. If you are still not signed up for Aweber, read my post on Grab Aweber for $1 and start your Email campaign now. Here are few tutorials which will help you to get started:
Now one thing which is very important when it comes to Email capture and website traffic, quality always matter more than quantity. I have few technology posts published in the past and since I will not be sending technology updates, people subscribing to my Email list for such post is useless for them and for me too. Here I’m sharing a quick post which will help you to remove particular emails from Aweber.
If you have set up to get notified when someone sign up for your Email list, your work will be very easy. When you will receive an Email notification for any subscription, you will also be receiving the link of the page which is used by reader to subscribe to your blog.
If you find that subscription is not useful for you and for your reader, copy the Email address and follow step 2.
Aweber Subscription unsubscribe option
Aweber has an option which can be used to unsubscribe any one using Email address. This feature is very useful and all you need to do is add Email address of your subscriber and this will unsubscribe him. To access this feature, click on Subscribers>Unsubscribe at the top navbar. Check the option which says, “Yes, unsubscribe these addresses from all lists in my account” and click on unsubscribe.
This is simple but very handy tip for anyone using Aweber Emailing list. Are you using Aweber or any other Email marketing tool for your blog/service?
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