Valentine’s Day Giveaway: Because We ♥ You

The AWeber team gets pretty excited here and there throughout the day. Chats fly, smiles appear and sometimes you can hear laughing.

And it’s because of you.

When we see a small business doing something AWesome (especially if it’s one of our customers), we’re happy.

And since it’s the month of Valentines, we want to show the love.

Who Wants Free Marketing Tools?

You could probably use some, couldn’t you? How better to market your business than with 100% profit?

We came up with a bundle of a Few Of Our Favorite Things that we find really help small businesses get the word out.

We’re talking:

  • Customized stickers from CustomStickers
  • Miniature business cards from MOO
  • A Premise for WordPress account
  • A year of digital receipt storage with Shoeboxed
  • A year of OnSpot for iPad
  • Plus, of course, a few free AWeber accounts

As For How You Can Win Them…

We want to hear why you “heart” your customers.

Every business has customers that bring them joy and make the rough times worth it. Go ahead and tell us what you love about your customers who do just that by filling out this form here.

The three best responses (as voted on by a panel from AWeber) will win prizes.

If you need a little inspiration, here are the reasons why we heart you:

Got it? Now go enter!


  1. Frank

    2/6/2013 7:49 pm

    How can I get the “heart” character in my email titles using aWeber?

  2. Randall Magwood

    2/6/2013 9:30 pm

    I just signed up! I hope I win!

  3. Krista Salvatore

    2/6/2013 9:32 pm

    This is wonderful! πŸ™‚ Valentines day is just around the corner.

  4. iL

    2/7/2013 9:15 am

    This is creative,great initiative. hope all those that have entered will get a chance to see these giveaways.

  5. Justin Premick

    2/7/2013 9:42 am


    You can insert special characters into your subject lines using the appropriate codes for them. However, you need to test carefully as not all characters will display nicely in all email programs.

    Here’s a list of characters & their corresponding codes:

    You may also find this article on special characters in email subject lines helpful:

  6. Amanda Gagnon

    2/7/2013 9:49 am

    Frank, the code is & then hearts then ;

    Omit the spaces and “thens” – If I put them altogether for you here, it makes a heart. πŸ™‚

  7. Frank

    2/7/2013 6:58 pm

    @Amanda, when I put ampersand hearts; in the title, it shows as exactly that in Outlook, not as the symbol.

  8. Codrut Turcanu

    2/10/2013 3:27 pm

    hey guys,

    that’s a wonderful idea!

    I am game. Looking forward to FEB 15, 2013! πŸ™‚

    Let the best answers win your prizes…