1. Randall Magwood

    10/18/2012 10:57 am

    Great new feature. I’ve been thinking about switching to HTML emails for that professional look, but many email providers like to strip images or headers from the emails – making my HTML looking disfunctional and unattractive to read. But I’m sure that these new template customizations will help me to stand out from the crowd, and increase my email conversion rates.

  2. Wendell

    10/19/2012 7:53 am

    Nice. Thanks for adding new design features to the mix. I tend to go with generic settings for newsletters but I like having access when building sites for others. Aweber is second to none when it comes to email capture, response and sharing content. I would never switch. Thanks for all of the professionalism and hard work that you provide as well.

  3. DuShawn King

    10/19/2012 10:39 am

    Hi Ladies & Gents!

    Once again, we extend big Kudos to AWeber. Template Customization is another unique feature to help us improve our branding objectives while saving us time & money.

    We also appreciate the quality “member solutions” provided by your web-squad!

    If exceeding our expectations is AWeber’s goal, AWeber ranks top among our service providers. Recently we joined Aweber’s affiliate program and we plan to promote AWeber through our marketing channels.

    Bottom line? We highly recommend AWeber to small start-ups like ours.

  4. Mike C. Smith

    10/20/2012 10:34 pm

    One of the main reasons for making this comment is to say thank you for all the useful material and helpful advise as well as bringing new ideas forward.
    Customization of templetes sounds lkke one of those excellent ideas that I will take on board.
    Thank you again.

  5. Crystal Gouldey

    10/22/2012 7:23 am

    Thank you for your comments! We’re thrilled that you all enjoy this new feature.

  6. Tony

    10/24/2012 4:24 am

    Would this templates work well viewed on a mobile device?


  7. Crystal Gouldey

    10/24/2012 9:18 am

    Tony – Our templates have a width of 600 px, which is appropriate for mobile. You may want to read up on tips on how to make your emails more mobile friendly and this blog post is a good source for that.

  8. Kim Dushinski

    11/7/2012 1:47 pm


    I beg to differ. These templates do not look good on mobile.

    Is there no way to create a simple one column template that is graphically pleasing for desktop and mobile devices? I know CSS is tough on mobile, but what about a fluid layout? Would that work?

  9. Crystal Gouldey

    11/8/2012 8:10 am

    Kim- Thank you for your feedback. I think part of the beauty of using our email theme language IS that you have the ability to code your emails any way you’d like. It really gives you the ability to tailor your messages to your individual subscriber base.

    Responsive email design is definitely one option to pursue.

  10. Deni Saputra

    11/16/2012 7:15 am


    Can I save the message I created with “previous broadcast editor” to be a template?
    I found that new editor just suck and very limited to have a layout variations.

    Let me know

  11. Crystal Gouldey

    11/16/2012 8:38 am

    Deni – The template saving feature is for the new message editor only. We really believe the new editor is a great solution for businesses marketing with email, so we’re focusing on making that the best tool possible.

    If you don’t like the drag-and-drop interface, you do have the ability to work within the HTML and we now offer extensive resources on our email theme language.

  12. Jason Talbott

    10/3/2013 11:14 am

    Crytal, you said, “Our templates have a width of 600 px, which is appropriate for mobile”…
    Is there a way to not specify a width? I’m trying to make a template that won’t scroll left and right on a mobile device. My layout works beautifully, except for the footer that AWeber automatically adds with our address and the Unsubscribe and Change Subscriber Options links.

  13. Momekh

    5/11/2014 7:39 am

    Been a long time Aweber user.

    Just want to know if it is possible to use the custom theme templates on blog broadcasts?