Author: Justin Premick

Good Thank You Pages

By Justin Premick

Does your thank you page create a positive first impression

Can I Use This List?

By Justin Premick

Where can you find subscribers for your email marketing campaign?

Link Tank: Hotmail Email Snippets, Grammar Guide, More on Priority Inbox

By Justin Premick


Link Tank is our way of showing you some of the interesting, useful, thought-provoking and other eye-catching stuff we come across. For more of these, see the Link Tank tag.

Matt Cutts discusses Google Instant’s effects on SEO

Google Instant's effects on SEO

The worst way to present yourself as an authority? Poor grammar. For sparkling sytnax, study this guide.

The worst way to present yourself as an authority? Poor grammar. For sparkling sytnax, study this guide

Sending HTML emails? You can use your <title> tag to improve your snippets for mobile Hotmail users.

Sending HTML emails? You can use your <title> tag to improve your snippets for mobile Hotmail users

Remember when we talked about Priority Inbox? Here’s a discussion about its development by one of Google’s experience designers.

Can you imagine a world without email?

Can you imagine a world without email?

Arcade Fire releases an HTML5 music video about snail mail.

Arcade Fire releases an HTML5 music video about snail mail

Post Your Email Newsletters to Your Facebook Fan Page

By Justin Premick


Like many businesses, you may be exploring integrating social media with your email marketing campaigns. Doing so can expand the reach of your messages and grow both your fans/followers as well as your email list.

So at AWeber, we’ve made a point of helping you combine email and social media by helping you automatically share your email newsletters on Twitter and Facebook.

As some of you noted when we rolled out our integration with Facebook, it only worked with personal profiles (not fan pages) due to limitations with Facebook’s API. We knew you wanted to post to your fan pages, but it wasn’t technically feasible at the time.

Well, as the saying goes, the only constant is change. And this is a good one. Facebook has changed their API, we’ve changed our integration and you can now post your email newsletters to your fan pages.

How to Share Your Email Newsletters On Your Facebook Fan Page

Go to your List Settings page and click the “Connect To A New Facebook Account” button under the Social Media / Sharing header (this works the same way whether you have a Facebook account connected already or not).

Connect to New Account

When prompted, allow AWeber Email Marketing to manage your pages.

Allow Access

When you create your broadcast, go to the “Social Media/Sharing” section and choose to share the email on your fan page.

Share Email on Your Facebook Fan Page

That’s all there is to it! Feel free to take a look at our Knowledge Base for more detailed information and instructions on integrating Facebook and AWeber.

Enjoy!