AWeber-Twitter Integration Now Works With Blog Newsletters

Twitter Your Email NewslettersJust a quick note to say that the Twitter your email newsletters tool now works for Blog Broadcasts, too.

So you can now use AWeber to convert from RSS to email to Twitter – and get your message out to your audience even more easily than before! :)

To tweet your blog newsletter, edit it – you’ll see the “Syndicate” and Twitter sections now appear:

Also, we fixed an oversight where personalization tags were being included in some tweets – so now, if you personalize your email subject lines with say, {!firstname_fix}, that field won’t appear in your tweet.

Enjoy – and don’t forget to follow AWeber, Tom, Sean and Justin (me) on Twitter!

10 Comments

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  5. Patrick

    3/17/2010 2:25 pm

    can we have multiple twitter accounts for the different newsletters we maintain via aweber? it doesn’t appear I can do it…

  6. Luke

    5/10/2010 8:18 pm

    I am a little confused as to how this works. Is this so you can a tweet a url which is essentially your "newsletter page"? Clarification would be great.

  7. Dr. Michael Haley

    8/13/2010 6:36 pm

    I don’t quite get it. Are there any videos that explain the Twitter integration thing?

  8. Amanda Gagnon

    8/16/2010 8:58 am

    Dr. Haley ~ Yes, this video by one of our customers walks you through it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3FF3CqPcuM

  9. Tracy Gibb

    1/3/2014 4:51 pm

    I love this feature. I get at least 1 additional sign up every time I tweet!