New Analytics Sneak Peek – Call for Beta Users

Sneak PeekWhile it’s a gloomy rainy day here in PA, it’s a great day at AWeber when we get to let the cat out of the bag on a project that’s been in the works for over 6 months.

Click Tracking With Your Domain Name

Gone are the days of seeing in your messages to be able to track subscriber click thrus. With the addition of one simple line of javascript to your website pages you’ll be able to track email click thru links automatically using your own domain name.


Clicks from all lists hourly.Open Rate & Clicks Over Time

Have you ever wanted to see when your subscribers open and click on your messages? Previously only a total number of opens and clicks were reported but now you’ll be able to drill into reports and see activity down to the hour.





Opens over time.Unique Open Rate & Click Totals

Is your message being read multiple times or forwarded to other recipients? The yellow line in the graph indicates

the unique number of users seen opening your email with images enabled. This data along with any other data represented in charts is also available for export in text format.



Clicks over time from all lists.Account Wide Reporting

Previously all reports and graphs generated were specific to each individual subscriber list. If you’re following best practices and segmenting your subscribers into different categories it’s possible you have multiple lists in a single account. With account wide reporting you’ll now be able to see subscriber activity for all of your lists combined into a single graph.



Call for Beta Users

We need to find a select group of beta testers to help put some of these new features thru their paces. If you have more than 100 subscribers, actively communicate with your subscribers at least once per week, and have the ability to put a line of javascript on your site then you’re a candidate. We can only work with 50 people at this time so you must meet these qualifications in order to participate.

To apply, please post a comment below including:

  • Why you believe you would be best qualified to put these new features thru their paces and how they would help your business.
  • Include your name, email, and website in the appropriate spaces provided so we can contact you.

[Update: There’s no need to include how many subscribers you have. We’re just looking for sites with more than 100 subscribers. -Tom]

[3/20 4:30pm Update: Thank you for everyone’s participation, your responses have been incredible! Our team is in the process of individually contacting everyone selected and will get with you for more details. Keep an eye on the blog for more updates in the coming days. -Tom]

[Update: The beta period has ended and these features are now live for all AWeber customers who signed up after 5/20/2008. If you signed up before then and have not yet upgraded, please contact us to do so. -Justin]


  1. Bob Marconi

    3/19/2008 12:44 pm

    This sounds great. Hope I can use it in the future.

    Right now, being a newbie, I do not meet the qualifications.

    Good luck with the testing.

  2. Robert Dene

    3/19/2008 12:45 pm

    I do a lot of updating to this site and will be sending out emails and newsletters concernng the new content and it would be great to see the clickthroughs.

  3. Marc David

    3/19/2008 12:46 pm

    I would love to test out these new features. In fact, I’ve recently updated my weekly newsletter to be a very clean, html formatted template that has really done well.

    My list is well over 3000 double opt-in subscribers who are interested in health and fitness. This insight would help me cater to their needs by making sure I was talking about and delivering the information they originally signed up for from Day 1.

    I’m qualified to put these stats thru their paces because I’ve been using the current Aweber stats for months. I mail my list on a regular basis and have a good open rate and low unsubscribe rate. I’m quite familiar with good e-mail practices and I’m not afraid to insert some code into my website for additional tracking.

    Please sign me up. I can and will be able to provide feedback from an end-user perspective as well as a technical one.

  4. Mark Power

    3/19/2008 12:49 pm

    I would love to track when my subscribers open messages and have several lists that I need to compare.

    Let me know if I can be a Beta tester.


  5. Carol Bentley

    3/19/2008 12:52 pm

    Great analytics – I can see they would really help me to decide the best time of day to publish my blog posts. But I suspect this may not be applicable to blog broadcasts? If it is, then I’d be happy to help with beta testing.

    My website is a regularly updated blog which automatically sends out an email whenever a post is made, between 3 and 5 per week. Currently I meet your criteria of more than 100 subscribers in my main blog list; I occasionally send a broadcast about it to some of my other lists.

  6. bob johnson

    3/19/2008 12:52 pm

    Hi Aweber,

    We’re actually moving our list of opt in subscribers to Aweber this week. We have 5,000 on list but only about 500 open their weekly newsletter. We’re hoping the move will increase our open rates since we think some are being blocked.

    Would love to try the new code and we do send about 4800 enewsletters weekly.


  7. corey lewis

    3/19/2008 1:07 pm


    I would love to be a beta tester for these new features.

    my website is:

    I’m an internet marketer with a list aproaching 8000 and I send email to my list very regularly. which is why I think I’d be a good beta tester…If you let me beta test the new features I’d be able to quickly start testing them out and giving you guys feedback on how things are going.

    I think it would really help my business to be able to see the account level reports! I’ve always been a bit bummed that I had to run reports only on sub-lists because I build multiple sub-lists all the time.

    I also am not afraid of tech stuff and implementing the new javascript to allow tracking through my domain would be quick and easy for me.

    i’m also well qualified to be a beta tester because i’m a fast mover and will get this all set up quickly (ie: today..hint hint…contact me) and I’m a blabber mouth…i’d love to tell my list about these new features and be the first to do some videos showing folks how cool these new things are.

    so in closing…please choose me as a beta tester, i’ll do a good job..I promise!

  8. Christine Tabor

    3/19/2008 1:14 pm

    We are a new user and already have 300 subscribers and are growing steadily.

    We are gradually moving all our email to AWeber, although some is still going out through other channels, such as 1SC.

    So although there is contact at least once a week, not all is via AWeber at this time. Our newsletter via AWeber will be every 2 weeks, with the 2nd one going out very soon.

    These are great tools we were hoping you were going to offer and would greatly help us going forward as we build the list even more.

    We hope you’ll accept this "little fish", soon to be a "bigger fish" into your beta program. :)

  9. Paul Jerard

    3/19/2008 1:48 pm

    We send emails at least twice per month, but we’d very much like to start using these beta features as soon as possible. So, please consider us for the trial.


  10. Nicole

    3/19/2008 2:03 pm

    This is the 2nd message…

    I Gave you the wrong email address..

    I have 2 websites

  11. Matt Williams

    3/19/2008 2:06 pm

    sounds interesting. is there any available spots left for beta version?

    we would like to test on our site.

    thank you.

  12. ck

    3/19/2008 4:52 pm

    hi Tom,

    this is great!! i’ve never used click tracking before because i hated clicking on links that does not point back to the originating site…hence did not want to subject my 500+ subscribers to the same feeling.

    yes… i would love to beta test this feature…. it would be interesting to see how my members react to the newsletters that i send them. i’ve been blind so far…. .so it would be nice to see what’s going on once i send a broadcast.

    thanks for developing this cool feature :O)

  13. Mike Herberts

    3/19/2008 5:13 pm

    Hi Justin, Tom and clan.
    I’ve been with you 3 years and am an avid reader of all your blog posts.
    I a full time marketer and will be able to give you fast feedback of the useability of the new feature. I have steadily moved up into the ranks of ‘succssful marketer’ ;0) by applying everything I have learned and am now all set to get much more sophisticated with my tracking/testing and reporting systems. Aweber is the major part of the reason for my success and while you guys keep improving what you offer (and that is a lot these days) I aint looking to go anywhere else ever. The new features sound great.

  14. Chris Zavadowski

    3/19/2008 5:41 pm

    Hi Tom,

    The new features sound awesome – and most importantly, time-saving!

    BTW, I assume the javascript required will work "ok" if we use Google Analytics and Google Website Optimizer? I know javascript can sometimes not play nice.

    Thanks again for adding new features – I look forward to catching up soon (and seeing you in LA)…

  15. Simon

    3/19/2008 9:33 pm

    Sounds great. One thought – with the Account Wide reporting, will we be able to choose WHICH lists are included in the report?

    It is great to be able to have ALL lists in one report, but I have sets of clients and it would be good to report on a subset of lists to one client and a subset of other lists to another.

    In other words, one report that combines lists A, B, C and another that combines lists D E and F, rather than just one report that has data for A B C D E F

  16. Sira

    3/20/2008 12:45 am

    I would be qualified both in terms of the number of subscribers per day and the frequency of the pre-set articles and the broadcasts. And I am willing to help out on the testing of your new system.

    Two suggestions which I would "love" to see added to Aweber’s system are

    1. The ability to identify subscribers who have no longer actively participate in our newsletter. In other words, we would like to eliminate subscribers who are no longer interested in reading our newsletter; however, they do not unsubscribe.

    2. Discount for marketers who have a large list.

    These two suggested improvements may seem at first to be in conflict with Aweber’s – which seems to benefit from a larger list. However, in the long run, the quality aspect of the list to Aweber’s would become the most crucial. And the discount given to a large marketers is the way to keep your most profitable client on Aweber’s system.

  17. Dexter

    3/20/2008 1:55 am

    I hate to click on links that doesn’t look like it belong to the original site owner. It let me feel that some one is trying to spy on me or some unknown purpose by 3rd parties. I’ve tried other link tracker and prove to be right.

    I hope this new feature will change the perspective.

  18. Adriana

    3/20/2008 6:57 am

    I have been with you for more 4 years. My blog is updated daily and have almost 400 subscribers with total visits of 49K and page views of 71K.

  19. Joe Richey

    3/20/2008 8:11 am

    Yes I will help Aweber rocks and I can get the code up this am and I am honored to test and help…. I can upload code right away.

  20. Ed

    3/20/2008 8:17 am

    Hi Tom,

    Yes please! I’d LOVE to try this new system on my WordPress blog.

    List Size: Yes I meet your requirements there. :-)

    Frequency: I communicate with my list *every* weekday (Mon – Fri) using your blogcasting facility, (and occasionally broadcast as well when I have private announcements to make).

    Look forward to giving it a spin, and the new analytics look awesome.

  21. Daniel McGonagle

    3/20/2008 10:31 am

    Hi Tom, I have many domains, and multiple lists,
    in excess of 5k subscribers.

    I’m always interested in improving my Aweber and email marketing performance, and would like to beta test this new feature

  22. Bert Ingley

    3/20/2008 10:32 am

    I send out two weekly items, a newsletter and a quick multimedia tip. I would be really be excited to put the beta program through it’s paces!!

    No problem at all adding the code to the pages.

  23. Anne

    3/20/2008 10:35 am

    We send out to our ~2500 subscribers 5x a week. Plus, as Tom will attest, I am *very* quick to provide feedback about bugs and issues <grin>.

  24. Martin Perez

    3/20/2008 10:35 am

    Hi – I would very much enjoy participating in the beta of this important tool. I am the Director of Marketing and Product Development for a large, national radio broadcast and media organization and have a population reach of about 20 million people in our listening area. This could help us provide better customer service and response to our listeners.

    We have pretty aggressive data mining feature builds on our sites already and are exploring all the options and alternatives as we try to program the best, user experience possible between all out sites: and

    Thanks for your consideration.

  25. Manish

    3/20/2008 10:35 am

    I personally want to thank you Aweber :) I’d love to help you.

  26. Scott Channell

    3/20/2008 10:36 am

    HI, meet your requirements and more. Love to drill down to nuanced specifics on my web marketing, subscribe to a number of tools to make my online marketing better and am always checking my webstats and making adjustments. My list is highly responsive and I would like to test a number of options using your new features. Pick me.

  27. Agico

    3/20/2008 10:37 am

    very nice and interesting

    Yes please! I

  28. Craig Ballantyne

    3/20/2008 10:37 am

    Yes, I would like to try this out.

  29. Jamie Davis, the Podmedic

    3/20/2008 10:37 am

    I think this will be a great addition to the aweber services. I like to keep track of which educational articles my listeners click through to in my Podcast shownotes newsletter each week. I think that using site identified links will provide an increased comfort level for my listeners who may not like to visit links that don’t look like what they expect.

    Keep up the good work!

  30. Lloyd Merrifield

    3/20/2008 10:38 am

    Please consider my for the Beta

  31. James Erickson

    3/20/2008 10:40 am

    I would like to be a tester of these features.

    I send broadcast emails that are announcing events, so it would be important to see when the message gets opened.

    Also, I have always wondered how a click-tracked email would increase/decrease my results if it didn’t start with

    I love your service, and hope that I can have a chance to test these features.


    P.S. I do meet all of the requirements.

  32. Roger Haeske

    3/20/2008 10:40 am

    This is going to be great. A huge improvement for Aweber users who want to ramp up their results.

    I’ve been asking you guys to implement this kind of stuff for a while now. I use the tracking features you have all of the time and I’ve been waiting for an upgrade such as this.

    I send out emails usually many times per week. I look forward to testing this out. I hope I can not only see who’s clicking and who’s opening but that I can send mailings out to people on the list who either haven’t clicked or who have clicked.

    Ideally we’d be able to track this for several mailings to develop a pattern and try to make a special mailing for people who don’t regularly clickthrough or open emails.


  33. Ryan Gunness

    3/20/2008 10:41 am

    Hi Tom,

    My site is

    I would be pleased to try out the new features for a couple of reasons.

    1. I am a big believer that testing is very important before implementing.

    2. The best feed back is from the people that actually use the system the most, like my self.

    3. I have been with aweber for about 3 yrs now and seen the constant development of the system in this short time.

    4. I have over 100 subscribers that I communicate with at least 3 times per week.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

  34. Nitin

    3/20/2008 10:41 am

    Hello! I’d love to apply this upgrade to my site because I’d like to keep track of what fitness products my customers are interested in, their location and interest levels. I send out tons of information on fitness and nutrition and I’d like to determine what my customers want from me, and what they respond to.

  35. Luke Fitzsimmons

    3/20/2008 10:41 am

    sounds cool, i have 15 + sites and around 6500 active subscribers in aweber so can test it out for you quite well, let me know

  36. Shelley Lieber

    3/20/2008 10:42 am

    I meet your requirements of list size, ability to post a line of javascript and frequency of emails. I’d love to try the new system. I’m especially thrilled about the ability to see who opens the email and when!


  37. Lise MacFadden

    3/20/2008 10:43 am

    Absolutely! I’d love to be a Beta Tester. My deregulated energy business is exploding and I’m sure I qualify to be a tester. Let me know what I need to do. No problem with adding code…

  38. scott shulman

    3/20/2008 10:45 am

    We are getting ready to launch a radio campaign with email registrations for a pet beauty contest, we will incredible awebber participation and we think it would be a great test of this new feature. our site currently is linked for the submission entries.

  39. Michael Gabrill

    3/20/2008 10:46 am

    I have always been a first adopter, know programming (HTML and PHP) and can provide great feedback. I have way more than 100 subscribers and having my domain for the click domain is very very needed, especially for a new web site I am developing. Thanks a lot.

  40. Kara Oh

    3/20/2008 10:46 am

    Hi aWeber,

    I’ve used your program for years and grown along with you. I would love to be a beta tester on my site. We’re gearing up to do even more marketing with affiliates and Google Adwords so being able to get more information out of my weekly newsletters would be extremely helpful.

  41. Martin

    3/20/2008 10:46 am

    Hi Tom,

    I’d love to do a beta test. We currently have an average of 70+ new subscribers a day, and email a total close to 10k emails a week.

  42. Mr. Ogwyn

    3/20/2008 10:47 am

    We’re running two lists twice a week. Each list serves a separate domain.

    We have been using the tracking features that you currently have and we have been making extensive use of your split test capabilities.

    Looking forward to putting these new features into use on our lists.

  43. Glam Gals

    3/20/2008 10:47 am

    We would LOVE to be part of the test. We have over 1,000 hits a day, and send out 2-4 messages a month.

    We have a great VA that works for us, to help us with all the techie stuff.

    Just because we love fashion and help women over 40, we also want to be a part of the high tech age!!!

    Thanks for your consideration.

  44. John Sawyer

    3/20/2008 10:49 am

    I’m a computer professional with 28+ years of experience in software and web site development. I’ve been a beta tester for numerous products over the years and can provide detailed feedback of any issues found during testing. I have three main "themes", if you will, and two of my sites have lists of 1400+ and 350+ members, respectively. My third list is new, but will be promoted shortly. That site includes a daily e-letter that could be used for tracking purposes. I email the larger list almost daily and the second one every few days with occasional broadcasts. I believe I can bring a lot of value to the beta testing program and would enjoy participating. Thanks for the opportunity to apply.

  45. Mike

    3/20/2008 10:50 am

    Sounds great. I was actually just trying to figure out if I could do some of this (particularly track actions by individual subscribers) that other day.

    I mail 1-2 times a week and really do need the ability to track subscriber actions for promos that I do.

    Also, something like this will allow me to reward subscribers who take action more often.

    I also have a web programming background and would be happy to help out with any code-related issues, if needed.

  46. paul mccord

    3/20/2008 10:52 am

    I would like to beta test the program. My email newsletter is, I’m told by many of my subscribers, passed on to other salespeople and managers although I have no idea if this is true. My initial open rate is around 30 to 35% with an eventual rate of about 45% t0 48% after a week and a half to two weeks. Your new metrics would be ideal to find out if these are reopens or new opens. And since my lists are segmented into about a dozen, your new tracking will allow me to see what’s really happening. My lists are ideal because my needs and my subscriber’s habits seem to fit each one of your new metrics–so all will be tested from my lists.

  47. Dr. Jerry (Jerry Rodgers, M.D.)

    3/20/2008 10:52 am

    I would like to beta test the new analytics.

    I have a list with you.

    I have recently taken Teleseminar Secrets and have started a series of teleseminars interviewing thought leaders on all the available treatments for ADHD. I will be emailing my list more frequently than once a week and would love to track the results with the new system.

    I have another seminar for newly diagnosed patients with ADHD, which I will be segmenting.

    Whether you choose me to beta test or not, I will be very interested in the analytics once they become available.


  48. Larry Brauner

    3/20/2008 10:53 am

    I would love to participate.

    One of my sites is a WordPress blog. Will it work to install it in the sidebar? If not, a plugin would be a nice touch.

  49. Debbie

    3/20/2008 10:53 am

    Hi Tom
    I’d like to participate in your testing.
    I think your new changes are terrific. This is a great way for us to be able to see who in our lists are active.
    Your new features should help diminish the spam complaints as well as give us the ability to drop nonparticipants. This should also help us deliver more targeted messages to our most active readers. After all its not the size (of the list) that counts its the quality.

    I think having links to our web sites instead of the aweber links will increase the click thru rates. With all the spam and phishing emails out there, people are nervous clicking unfamiliar links.

    I like the forwarding tracking feature. Almost all my clients use your service and many of them encourage their subscribers to pass their newsletters along to friends and family. It would be great to track this.

    I have several sites that would be a good candidate for your testing – ranging from information sites to e-commerce stores.

    One of my clients would also be a good test as she has an active subscriber group.

  50. Scot McKay

    3/20/2008 10:54 am

    Wow…this is like a Godsend for me.

    I need bullet points to keep from writing an e-book on the spot about why these new features would be so helpful and why we’re qualified around here to use them:

    1) We’ve been actively split-testing "lite HTML" vs. text in a market dominated by text emails (dating niche). The "Click Tracking With Domain Name" feature would give text a fair chance, as I see it.

    2) We do indeed segment our list into subniches, including lists for men and for women, buyers and fencesitters–yet often mail broadcasts to multiple lists as appropriate–so we’d love to see how the responses shake out. There are also new lists for completely separate niches that are starting.

    3) My Aweber "wish list" has long included finding out more about the opens vs. clicks ratio, and this would show me whether I have some fervent readers who click everything vs. a general trend of fewer clicks by a greater number of people.

    4) With 9K+ readers in nearly 150 countries, and pretty well distributed in terms of global proportion, the hourly view would show us WHERE the geographic reach is strong in terms of opens/clicks and also give us a read on the "staying power" of the e-mails.

    5) If I’m reading the "Account Wide Reporting" feature correctly, I’d be able to split-test e-mails sent to multiple lists. This would be a massive time saver and greatly utilized.

    6) We tend to link to a variety of site types, including blogs, affiliate sites and social networking pages. This would provide a venue for testing how the script functions in all these situations.

    Overall, the time saving AND business building benefits to us afforded by these features would be immense. We actively split test and have been trying to coerce intelligence from our split tests that these new features would openly tell us. Every one of the new features you’ve shared would be put to good use immediately.

    Thank you for these features, Aweber. I genuinely hope that you’ll select us to partner with for this beta testing period. Either way, I can hardly wait to incorporate the new features when made available.

  51. Michau

    3/20/2008 10:59 am

    I would love to test these new features. I run a daily newsletter, where advertisers purchase ad spots. Additional reporting features would mean more transparency to the advertisers, increasing their confidence in my advertising offer, thus making my business more productive and effective.

  52. Donna Robinson

    3/20/2008 11:00 am

    With well over 70,000 subscribers on our main list, and another 10,000 plus on ancillary lists, we are very interested in detailed email tracking. We had also stopped using click tracking due to the issues with clicking on links that are long and coded. We felt we got better response using oridnary links, so we are very glad to see this feature updated.

    We run a full time business with our email marketing, that employs 4 people full time. Our email marketing and testing is an essential part of our business operation. We have even been looking into developing our own proprietary email system, and though we have the money and manpower to accomplish it, the process would take many months to complete, so we are very excited about having access to these new system features.

    A few months back we hired some google experts to assist with our online marketing in adwords. Our own marketing staff beat their results with our own adwords campaign! We are wondering if we can use awebers new improvements to achieve much higher email results too.

    Since we add new subscribers at the rate of over 200 per day, from all over the world, and we also use list segmenting extensively because our customer base has 4 primary categories, these new tracking features and the ability to identify specific readers should allow us to significantly improve our email results.

  53. Saso

    3/20/2008 11:01 am

    I’d love to participate in this beta test, just started another website at and this would really help me track the whole thing right from the start. I think this will have a huge impact on my new sites’ success, so i hope you give me a chance to participate.

    Thank you very much.

  54. Pete Mills

    3/20/2008 11:03 am

    I have a list of 1,400 subscribers associated with this web site and we send out a weekly newsletter to all members. Additionally, I have a list of 1,750 clients and prospects associated with another web site but I only broadcast to them once every 3 months.

  55. Ken Calhoun

    3/20/2008 11:03 am

    Tom, great idea for domain click tracking feature vs the old .aweber clicks one, that’s big news, and will make a huge difference in clickthroughs, so we can put, for example, which sounds a lot more appealing than clicks.aweber.code …

    (not interested in beta testing/swamped, but thanks for the new code improvements!)

  56. Melissa King

    3/20/2008 11:07 am

    I’m really excited to hear about these upcoming features. I am in close communication with my subscribers and check the stats regularly. For a long time, I’ve wanted to know who is clicking through and viewing what, or if one person is clicking through more than once. Since I have met a large percentage of my subscribers at least once, I would be able to gain a lot of information like what age groups are interested in what topics, are they primarily women or men, and do particular subscribers click through more often than others – and if so, how I can cater to their needs more. I would also be able to tell if new subscribers are clicking through more than old subscribers etc.

    This is really exciting news you are offering!

  57. David Congreave

    3/20/2008 11:09 am


    I’ve been involved in email marketing for about five years and I send 5-10 emails per week, through Aweber, across several mailing lists in different niches with a combined readership in excess of 10,000.

    I’m familiar with analytics and I’ve provided BETA testing for other web developers so I’ll be able to participate with the minimum of fuss and provide meaningful feedback.


  58. Doug Green

    3/20/2008 11:10 am

    Interestingly enough, I just stopped using the tracking mechanism because I was finding that some readers were reporting that the links wouldn’t work. They worked fine for me when the email was returned and fine for the reader when returned to them. But the first time through – the aweber link didn’t work.

    I’d be delighted to be able to test an url based code. Having said that, mote that I run this newsletter collecting addresses from several different urls

    But I’m pleased to work with you folks on this – and delighted with the continued improvements.

  59. Britt Malka

    3/20/2008 11:11 am

    This sounds great!

    I would like to be a beta tester. Actually, it was bothering me that when I used link tracking, the links said aweber etc. I think the mail will be more personal with links to your own site.

    I’m used to making home pages myself with PHP, MySQL etc., so it will be no problem putting on the JavaScript code.

    Especially one of my lists of just about 1,000 members are very loyal readers, with around 80 % openings. I send out tips to this list once a week.

    Also, I’m a writer and author of more than 25 published books (mostly about I.T.), so I’m used to commicating about that subject. You will get clear answers from me, or clear explications of minor problems etc.

  60. peter

    3/20/2008 11:13 am

    Hello ! Sounds great! yes

  61. Jason Van Orden (Jay)

    3/20/2008 11:17 am

    We meet your qualifications and would be happy to beta test these new stats.

  62. Jeff Dedrick

    3/20/2008 11:17 am


    My lists in this account total over 27,000 and
    with the launch of my new site
    3 days ago and it’s new 6700 members I would love to see the
    open and click throughs percents over time as
    the list ages.

    P.S. Great social proof idea to get people to post here :)

  63. Elizabeth Potts Weinstein

    3/20/2008 11:19 am

    Great, I’m so excited about this b/c these are the few last features that I did not like about aweber! I’m constantly tracking my open rates, click through rates, conversions, etc. and really do need more info.

    My Grow Up! eZine is weekly plus a blast email or two each week — it has an open rate of over 40% so I’m interested in seeing the unique open rate. That eZine has 200+ subscribers.

    I’d also be able to do a video review of aweber’s new features on my video show & blog Chronicles of a Mompreneur, if all goes well.

  64. Scott LaPlante

    3/20/2008 11:22 am

    Wow, lot’s of responses and I just received the email on this.

    If you need a beta tester, sign me up!

    I like that we will be able to track who what and where our emails are going.

    These stats will help in determining if the headline of the email should be changed for more opens and more click through rates. This will help alot of marketers and I would be honored to help with this.

    I do send out a couple times a week to my list.

  65. Stephen Luc

    3/20/2008 11:24 am

    Hey guys, great job with Aweber, I’ve been using it for years now. I’d like to beta test this since I already use my stats quite closely right now. I have several lists combined over the 5k mark, and am a computer software tester myself, so I’d be happy to beta test it to look at usability and stats, etc.


  66. Myke Howard

    3/20/2008 11:26 am

    Absolutely a great opportunity for us. We presently have a consistent stream of interested people interested in our services and we depend solely on you for our lead generation.

    We have recently put a new website into place and need to have some method of measuring the activity from those who click onto our website. Our goal this year is to drive more of those who visit our site into completing the "request for information" page.

    Having these tools will be invaluable.

    We will be a great beta testing partner for A weber, because we will take a serious approach to this project both for you and for us. Picking us will be a sound investment for you.

  67. John Alexander

    3/20/2008 11:27 am

    Happy to help if we can. We have several lists including our Free SEO Tip of the Day in which we send hundreds of free tips out to our readers.

  68. Laura Smith-Proulx

    3/20/2008 11:35 am

    Not only do I consistently measure track-through and other captured statistics, I have well over the required number of subscribers. I’m an avid fan of analytics and would appreciate this opportunity.

    I’ve also been seeking this capability with your service, especially since I have noticed spam flagging occuring through the aweber click masking.

    I have a technical background, serve as my own webmaster, and issue weekly broadcasts plus varied series of autoresponders.

    I hope this puts me in the running!

  69. Odinn Sorensen

    3/20/2008 11:36 am


    I broadcast to my lists daily, and for the longest time I have wanted exactly those features. I want to know it the people who open my mails are the same group or people and if there is a group who never open or click anything (dead wood).

    Please include me in the beta.

  70. Holly Lisle

    3/20/2008 11:41 am

    I’d love to help out. I have a number of set autoresponders, plus a twice-weekly regular list, and I’m getting ready to ad more lists. I’m already using click tracking.

    However, I only send out two HTML lists—my weekly weblog update and a monthly flier for my shop. Everything else I do is in plain text. So if you need someone who does a lot of HTML newsletters, I’d probably not be a great choice.

    Hoping I will be, though.

  71. eddie delacruz

    3/20/2008 11:42 am

    i would very much like to participate in the beta version. since I am using the service as a lead genertaor it would be great to see results with much greater detail.

    look forward.. thanks

  72. Nathan Segal

    3/20/2008 11:46 am


    I’m dealing with a niche market for my product, so my list is tightly focused. I’m interested to see how this can help me improve the returns from my list.

  73. Juswant Rai

    3/20/2008 11:48 am

    This looks great to me. We send a short weekly e-mail with a monthly round-up. I was thinking of stopping of using click tracking simply becuase the code can be off putting and we had a number of reports that the links didn’t always work.

    I would love to be able to tack the click rates and see where we need to target and follow-up better

  74. Datta Groover

    3/20/2008 11:49 am


    I look forward to this new addition.

    <B>Why I should be one of your beta testers:</B>
    I’m a professional web programmer, and I specifically set up and maintain email campaigns for my clients, using most of the major email companies (though my preferred is Aweber).

    I directly manage over 60,000 email list subscribers.

    I have been designing software, programming, and troubleshooting for over 20 years.

  75. Marcus Curry

    3/20/2008 11:53 am

    We have about 5,000 subscribers for our real estate
    sales business. We offer a new home for sale weekly
    and notify our list with an email broadcast.

    We currently use google analytics along with your click
    thru tracking, but would much rather use one solution
    that combines both functions.

    We would love to share our results with you to help
    you tweak and improves your analytics package.


  76. Matt Ellsworth

    3/20/2008 11:53 am

    Feel free to contact me- i’d be thrilled to use – provided the added code is not too large and doesn’t slow down the page load.

  77. Linda

    3/20/2008 11:55 am

    I would love to beta test your tracking.

    I quit using your aweber click tracking due to the numerous
    errors my subscribers were getting. I just reverted back
    to using direct links.

    If this works, then it will be valuable.

    PS I meet your criteria

  78. Carrie Lauth

    3/20/2008 11:58 am

    Wow, this is exciting and I would be thrilled to participate.

    Why you believe you would be best qualified to put these new features thru their paces and how they would help your business.

    Tracking is one thing I’ve been a bit negligent about in my online business, because I find it a bit overwhelming. This sounds like a great way for me to babystep into testing and tracking.

    I meet the requirements since I have far more than 100 subscribers and email one of my lists each week. Thanks for the opportunity!

  79. David Thompson

    3/20/2008 11:58 am

    Hey Tom,

    this is a great feature man I would love to be one
    of the lucky beta testers, tracking is the key to
    a better business so sign me up asap cheers.

    See you soon

    –David Thompson

  80. Dan Reinhold

    3/20/2008 12:01 pm

    This sounds great!

    I’m about to revitalize this site and make it more useful for stressed out WAHfolk, and applying one more good tracking and analytics tool like only you guys could supply would help it fly!

    I currently send a regular newsletter once a week and a quick site content update separately.

    I beat the subscriber count qualification, but not by nearly enough!

    Would a bribe help?…Think I’ve got a quarter here somewhere…

  81. Reed Floren

    3/20/2008 12:02 pm

    Hi Tom,

    I’d like to test out these changes to Aweber as I communicate with my list daily and would like to inform them of changes to Aweber and the internet marketing community as a whole. I’ve had experience beta testing before and feel I’d be one of your top choices for testing out these improvements.

  82. Richelo Killian

    3/20/2008 12:02 pm


    Awesome new additions.

    I have a fairly active list of subscribers, growing fast, and WAY above the required minimum number.

    My site is very active as well, so, this will do really well.

    I especially like the click tracking feature. This will make my mails look SO much more professional to my subscribers.

    I have been thinking of 1 other feature that would be AWESOME to have. The ability to see which email, be it broadcast or followup, produced how many unsubscribes.

  83. Ade

    3/20/2008 12:03 pm

    This just exactly what I have been anticipating in my online campaign i.e ability to drill down and track my subscribers activities. I believe I need this features since I have always wanted to know which e-mail messages is producing optimum performances. My list has grown largely in recent times and my goal is to ensure non of them unsubscribe, thus I really need to trim out e-mail messages pattern that are not producing good clicks. Also tracking clickthroughs with my domain name branded in the urls is most desirable as it will enhance my e-mail follow up campaign personalization. I am earnestly looking forward to implementing these great features.

  84. kathryn

    3/20/2008 12:07 pm

    new features sound great!

    we meet all the requirements + would love to beta test

    the analitics of who opens each email would be VERY useful!

  85. Mike Symonds

    3/20/2008 12:10 pm

    I’d be honored to beta test the new tracking…

    I’ve never felt comfortable sending the clicks.aweber tracking links as my relationship with my members is A-1 priority.

    Now I won’t have to set up redirect landing pages so my links don’t have that unprofessional look.

    Why would I be best qualified?

    I send emails pretty frequently, but have stopped most cross promo emails…therefore, my list is consistently getting only getting my stuff. Therefore, it’ conceivable my sample would be more valuable than one where listmembers are getting a bunch of cross-selling promo pieces.

    Our pieces are 90-95% content, with a slight sales push for our services. The strategy being, give them good content, and they will respect you, and eventually buy.

    This contrasts with many lists where members are just bombarded with affiliate promo pieces. Many marketers are milking their lists for cash, and alienating many on the list in the process by hawking junk they don’t actually believe in, or even "OK" products that are more borderline.

    Exercising email list relationship "best practices" counts for something doesn’t it?

  86. Dan

    3/20/2008 12:11 pm

    Exactly what we need to make our charitable web site more productive! We are deeply interested in those who respond to our monthly newsletter because we are rolling out a weekly program to further enable world-wide help for those needy souls.

    Our database has grown steadily because we rely on AWeber’s features so heavily… Many Thanks from the Editor & Publisher!

  87. William Wolfram

    3/20/2008 12:18 pm

    Having used Aweber for a time now, the only thing that really bothered me was using click tracking in my emails. The reason for this was that I always felt that my readers would be confused with third party looking links like "". So In most of my email marketing I have completely stopped using click tracking in non-html emails.

    I’ve had some fantastic success with Aweber, but I believe that these new features will really boost my email marketing and let me make my email marketing as effective as possible.

    It will allow me to track my subscribers habits and really make my emails as user friendly as possible.

    I cant wait to put these new features to the test.

  88. Kit Cassingham

    3/20/2008 12:22 pm

    I fit your requirements of list size and frequency, and I can put JavaScript on my site.

    I’d like to be a beta tester because I’d like to learn more about my subscriber activity. It will let me better understand what topics hold more interest for my readers and if I test different email formatting/styles it will help me follow the success rates of the different approaches. All of this will help me provide better service and information to my readers.

  89. Mari Ann Lisenbe

    3/20/2008 12:24 pm

    I would absolutely love to participate in this. In fact — I have been WAITING for this type of feature from aweber.

    I have several active lists and I communicate with my lists about 3x/week. I would be extremely valuable to see WHO is responding. I use tracking on my subscribers (so I can see what advertising is working), and this would enable me to not only see who is opting in, but who is actually opening my nessages.

    I have a background in computer science, so I shouldn’t need a lot of hands on — just point me in the right direction :-)

    I commit to giving timely and valuable feedback.

  90. Jim Earley

    3/20/2008 12:26 pm

    I think I’d make a contribution as a beta tester because I’ve gotten very interested in seeing how adjustments to the marketing program have an impact on the engagement of the audience.

  91. Roy Ware

    3/20/2008 12:31 pm

    Love your service and would be honored to check out new features.
    We have four Snap Fitness clubs that we attract thru Goodgle adwords
    and convert to members thru Aweber! Roy

  92. Simone

    3/20/2008 12:34 pm

    I can put JavaScript on my site 😉 and I’m starting with a bunch of webistes where Aweber opt-in subscriptions and testing are fundamental…

  93. Willie Myette

    3/20/2008 12:38 pm

    One of the main reasons that I do not use the click through feature is due to the links showing up as clicks.aweber. Many of my clients have voiced a hesitance to click on the link.

    I’d love to beta test this. I have a very unique market and many subscribers that are 60+ years old.

  94. Jake Ludington

    3/20/2008 12:41 pm

    I’d love to beta test the new feature. I use click tracking to gauge reader interest in topics and would love to be able to better cross reference whether traffic is coming from my newsletter or from Google.

  95. Brad Pollina

    3/20/2008 12:42 pm

    This would be so cool to have! I’ve been using a 3rd party to track click throughs which slows things down quite a bit. If I could do it right off my web site, this would be way too cool and increase sales dramatically! Thanks in advance for considering me for the Beta test!

  96. Kraig

    3/20/2008 1:02 pm

    This fantastic. Way to stay on the up and up. Don’t email my list on a daily basis as of yet, but am gearing up to do so here in the next few weeks. If you need a beta tester, and this window is still open at that time, I’ve got 10K+ subscribers on my list and would be happy to play this role.


  97. David

    3/20/2008 1:04 pm

    Love the services you guys provide, in fact, we have for years.

    While the analytics you have provided are still above your competition, we’d love to test out the new stats implementation.

    Our client base are all Heavy Aweber users, and would love to be able to be the first ones to tell them what’s what with the new package. <grin>

    Thanks again for making such an amazing product.

  98. Dane Maxwell

    3/20/2008 1:09 pm

    * Why you believe you would be best qualified to put these new features thru their paces and how they would help your business.

    I will blast 3 email lists totaling 2500 emails 3 times in 7 days for you, I have clients who I want to know if they are getting the emails or not, so I can call them and ask them why they didn’t open the email – that’s hoT!

    Thanks in advance,

  99. Gobala Krishnan

    3/20/2008 1:23 pm

    I would love to be a beta-tester:

    1- I email my list 2-3 times a week and always use the internal click tracking

    2- I know how to install most scripts on my site

    3- I have worked with many different types of ad trackers / split testers / click tracking systems

  100. Jane

    3/20/2008 1:25 pm

    I believe I would be best qualified to put these new features thru their paces because of the volume of email I send out. I have avoided using the click tracking in the past because the link was not my own domain.

    These new features would help my business because I will now be able to track how many messages are being read multiple times and/or forwarded to others. This is great! And…the sooner the better. Knowing what messages are being read and forwarded allows me to zero in on the content my subscribers are really interested in.

    Thanks for your consideration.

  101. Matthew Clark

    3/20/2008 1:26 pm

    I am in the process of building my list and have been using aweber since I began my process of email marketing for lead capture for my business.

    I would be a good candidate because the information provided from the reports would allow me to manage my campaigns more effectively and in turn make adjustments as needed to build my list quickly and turn that list into customers.

    This would be valuable information for you because it would be a great case study for people just beginning into the realm of list building and how the tools provided by the aweber system would enable them to build a list quickly and efficiently.

  102. Joe Lavery

    3/20/2008 1:32 pm

    Hey Tom,

    This is very exciting.

    I remember you telling me a little bit about what the future had in store about one year ago. It was during Big Seminar in Atlanta.

    If you remember, I was the guy jumping up and down telling you how much I love aweber. Well nothing has changed.

    You should let me beta test because I’m an active affiliate and would love to have something new and exciting to write about to my list.

    You can see how strongly I believe in Aweber here:

    I think that says it all.

  103. Perry

    3/20/2008 1:47 pm

    I have several websites but I’m in the early stages of a launch for a client.

    Trouble is he has lots of advertising and NO IDEA wheare his leads come form. I just set up an aweber auto responder for him but his employees simply don’t ask buyers where they came from. THAT SUCKS!

    SO, now even though I’m improving sales and traffic is flowing the client wants to see proof… other then pulling the plug on my campaign and cutting his traffic flow in half and my commissions.


    This package would be a match made in heaven.

  104. Perry

    3/20/2008 1:48 pm

    Sorry for the poor spelling …should of checked that …ouch!

  105. Alan Boyer

    3/20/2008 1:50 pm

    I’m really big on measuring results, taach and coach internet marketing, so I am constantly finding new ways to take those numbers to new levels for my clients.

    I’m a Six Sigma black belt that uses numbers and measurements like these.

  106. CP

    3/20/2008 1:51 pm

    Hi, I have a few websites that over the years and have many existing customers. The most recent website that I done has many subscribers coming in and will be doing some campaigns to drive not only traffic but sales too. Do check it out at my website as stated.

  107. John

    3/20/2008 1:51 pm


    Yes, I meet your list requirements. I would love to try the new features out with my list.

  108. Naveed

    3/20/2008 1:52 pm

    Was just waiting for this feature. Currently using separate script to track clicks on my own domain.

    I would love to be a beta tester.. Count me in.

  109. Harold Read

    3/20/2008 1:57 pm

    After years with a sub-par auto responder, I have enjoyed a 200% increase in subscribers in my relatively short time(8 months) with aWeber. Most of this increase I am sure is due to the innovative features of the aWeber service.

    Although I employ other tracking scripts on my sites, aWeber is my primary connection with my most important asset: my customers. These new features will finally allow me to find out who is really listening.

    I have extensive beta-testing experience and could provide important critical reviews of these new features.

  110. Mike Hayden

    3/20/2008 2:11 pm

    Why you believe you would be best qualified to put these new features thru their paces and how they would help your business.

    As a life-long programmer and technical writer, I am an expert at debugging and giving human-readable feedback to help fix problems.

    Wow, I am very interested in tracking open rates. Thanks!

  111. Kennett

    3/20/2008 2:35 pm

    I spend much of my time sending out e-mails for health seminar that I do. It would be interesting to see if these new tools can save me time. Also I would like to be able to track the graphical area of the people who open my e-mails.

  112. M

    3/20/2008 2:37 pm

    Thanks for the offer!

    I’d love to participate, if you’ll waive the 100 subscriber minimum…

  113. Jan Naylor-Smith

    3/20/2008 2:43 pm

    We meet your requirements, and have been looking for better analytics. I would be very interested in being a beta-tester. I have beta-test experience, plus website and software development experience, so I’m pretty good at both testing and at writing up test results ("it didn’t work" doesn’t help you much!) I also manage AWeber for 2 clients, but the other one does not send out weekly messages.

  114. Kyle

    3/20/2008 2:51 pm

    I write to my signed up customers on a weekly basis with over a years worth of emails in the system now. I also am active with social booking marking with my Facebook page, fan page, and group page along with myspacepace. Tracking everything will be a great help.

  115. Dexter Marshall

    3/20/2008 2:52 pm

    Since joining EDC and having aweber auto responder aending all my emails for my business effectively,and on time to my customers, plus I will be having multiple capture pages and other business of which I will be continuing to use aweber as my primary choice.

    With this new beta testa my business with be able to reach a greater audience capture and know who click on my site. Yes I want to try it and be part of the best .

  116. Jacob Cynamon

    3/20/2008 2:56 pm

    I have experience as a developer evangelist, blending a passion for technology and the ability to engage a community. Now that I’m evangelizing games and play, the same skills map over and the opportunity to try out new technology that can help me, while helping AWeber provide better services, will be mutually beneficial.

  117. Maitray

    3/20/2008 3:12 pm

    We meet your requirements and will be happy to do the beta testing.
    Count me in.

  118. David G. Johnson

    3/20/2008 3:21 pm

    We e-mail our lists at least 3 times per week and provide a nice mix of content and promotions. We have cobbled together a variety of analytics tools which we are constantly assessing in order to determine what works best with our audiences. We would welcome the opportunity to have much more advanced email tracking tools at our fingertips, because we’ve learned the value that minor adjustments can have when they’re based upon solid data analysis.

    We far exceed your requirements, and our team brings a solid mix of marketing expertise as well as software development experience to the table. This would be a great experience for us and I believe we’d be ideally suited to provide feedback and input into the product(s) for you.

  119. The Honorable Conrad P. Vienot

    3/20/2008 3:42 pm

    Yes I would like to Be a Beta tester For awebers New Features

  120. Steve

    3/20/2008 4:14 pm

    I would be very interested in testing this product. I have over 100,000 subscribed. I email a couple of times per week.

  121. Shaun Allen

    3/20/2008 4:45 pm

    I would really like to know how many of the same people are opening my e-mails. I want to see how well the 80/20 principle is working for people on my list. It honestly drives me nuts not knowing if it’s the same people opening my e-mails. I mean, if somebody signed up and never opened my e-mails I would rather just get rid of them.

  122. Michael Licenblat

    3/20/2008 5:46 pm

    I have using aweber for almost 4 years and have loved the simplicity of the software. It has helped me grow my database and build my speaking business.

    However I would like to know the intricate details of who opens the emails, who is forwarding them to other people, and what links are getting most attention.

    I email weekly to my subscribers and my list size meets your criteria.
    I would be happy to take part in the test.

  123. John Gregory

    3/20/2008 5:56 pm

    Wow, what great timing you have… I was just looking for a analytics system for my websites. I have subscribers over 3000 and i contact them 2 – 3 times per week. Im a full time internet marketing and tracking has become very very important to me.

    Hook me up !

  124. Melissa Meyer

    3/20/2008 6:05 pm

    I have only been in internet marketing for about 4months and who better to test it than me! I can tell you the difficulties a newbie might face in using it and you would certainly be helping me learn my pitfalls.
    It is vastly important to know why people click or not clikc. I know I don’t even read some of my constant emails – unless there is something specific to catch my eye.
    Great idea and would be fantastic to be apart of it so I can help promote you!

  125. Jeff Smith

    3/20/2008 6:20 pm

    I have over 4,000 double opt-in subscribers that I mail to at least once each week to this website…I am a testing maniac doing lots of split testing on my sites and this would add to the analytics I’m already using.

  126. David

    3/20/2008 7:17 pm

    I believe I would be best qualified to put these new features to use by tracking what is working and what is not working. I’m ready to insert the code into my site…please let me have it :)


  127. stefan

    3/20/2008 7:39 pm

    Hi all – I love you service but would like some more cool design on the email forms… are in the Super Yacht sales & Charter business.
    The summer season starts now in the Med and are keen to reach our clients with an effective campaign.

    Saludos from Spain.

  128. Matt Trostle

    3/20/2008 7:49 pm

    This is fantastic!

    I’d love to be a beta tester as well. My 1 month old "quote of the day" list is at about 110 subscribers, emailed everyday, obviously. :o)


  129. Harold

    3/20/2008 7:54 pm

    Fantastic news to hear you are implementing a system wide improvement in tracking.

    I have been using Aweber since 2005, and have had no complaints about the service.

    In fact just recently I have completely revamped my entire site, to include the completion of a new digital and physical package.

    One of the challenges I have faced is being able to implement a suitable tracking system.

    By this I mean the ability to track multi-variate style results for the wide variety of tests I run on my site. In line with this, it has not been so easy to track my email open rates, etc, because I choose to use text based emails as opposed to html style, which means a lot of extra effort if I want to insert tracking links, etc.

    Being a Beta tester, especially at this stage of the evolution of my site would be excellent, due to the fact I am currently testing many different funnel’s and the ability to have easy to implement email stats is a no brainer, and would form a very critical part of my overall site success, as aweber plays such an integral role in my whole online business..

    Thank you for the opportunity.

  130. Brian T. Edmondson

    3/20/2008 7:58 pm

    Hi Tom,

    I’d be perfect for this test.

    I email my list regularly and currently use aweber click tracking as well as google analytics, but always wish I could track those open rates without using HTML.

    I specialize in the internet marketing niche and this would make a great case study for other online marketers out there.

    Plus I live pretty close to your home office!

  131. Bryan McDonald

    3/20/2008 10:59 pm

    This would do WONDERS for my BIZ.When I have the ability to see who opened, clicked through, I can basically focus on those people because they are H-O-T leads.

    The possibilites with these features is endless. I haven’t even loaded all of my leads yet and can’t imagine what that is going to do to my list…

  132. Marc

    3/21/2008 12:55 am

    This is definitely a GREAT improvement to the autoresponder.
    I personally never really liked the look of the "" because it doesn’t feel "personal relationship" between the customer and the business. It’s more like a cloaked URL where the customer has no idea where he’s gonna endup after clicking the link.

    I really like this new system and I’m sure it will make a big difference in the Open Rate & Clicks.

    If there’s still any opening, count me in as a Beta Tester and if you have all your people, I’ll just wait "anxiously" for the launch. ;o)

    Excellent Job Guys!


  133. Justin Brooke

    3/21/2008 12:56 am

    My list is in the x,xxx range and I mail out
    almost every other day. I feel I would be able
    to put significant numbers up in a beta test.

  134. Larry Rivera

    3/21/2008 3:01 am

    Yes I am interested in the beta test, I do lots of marketing and would like to see more data on my marketing.

  135. Graeme Midinskiy

    3/21/2008 3:14 am

    Hi Tom & Justin

    This looks fantastic. What an excellent idea! Are there any spaces left/ We’d be honoured to be part of the beta testing.

    Thank you for your consideration.

  136. cynthia

    3/21/2008 7:18 am

    I would be interested to be included in testing this product because I am interested to know the statistics of readers of my database.

    Currently my subscriber is on different system with the hosting company. Would be great to have all subscriber put together with aweber and do monitor database with ease. I am currently updating database manually.

  137. Patricia Winston

    3/21/2008 9:01 am

    Hey, I’m ready for this! I’ve wanted to know the specifics – such as – "who is clicking" since I started with AWeber years ago – This is great!!

  138. Tim Linden

    3/21/2008 9:19 am

    I am way interested. I’m an experienced PHP Programmer with 7 years experience doing web development. I love Aweber and would love to test it and help bring it to the next level!

  139. Tracy Caywood

    3/21/2008 9:25 am

    I have a list of 3,000 real estate investors and will be stoked to try out the new tricks!

  140. Linda Thomas

    3/21/2008 12:20 pm

    I am in the process of setting up a major campaign for a new
    Energy and Weight Loss Product that is just entering the market.
    I will be doing a lot of internet marketing including responding to
    some date and time-stamped Lists. I will be emailing these people at least weekly.

    I do not know your testing timeframe, but I am setting up my systems
    now. It may be possible that I will have the perfect scenario to test your new features!

    Please advise.

  141. Paul

    3/21/2008 2:32 pm

    Why am I always late for the party?

    Just when I thought you guys thought of everything… you shock me!

    Good job. Can’t wait to see the results on this one.

  142. Gregg

    3/21/2008 2:49 pm

    I love this! I’ve been trying to find an analytics package that I like so I can more closely track where clicks and purchases are coming from to tweak my sales copy, email copy, etc. I have over 22,000 subscribers that I sent out to about once per week. Great stuff!

  143. toby gonzales

    3/21/2008 3:55 pm

    I am getting ready to import my lists, over 375 subscribers that i will be sending to once a week, from my Constant Contact account in the next few days. As i like this service much better and the autoresponders are perfect for what i need to become a larger more personalized company for my clients and potentially new clients.

    Please consider my company and our growing number of advertising network affiliate sites to be a part of your beta program.

  144. Paul Klein

    3/21/2008 6:08 pm

    Hi Tom,

    I read through many of these posts last night when I opened your email, and I found it interesting that I have been or am on many of the lists of people already posted.

    My wife and I are just starting out (I’m a few months ahead of her) in building our lists. I already utilize the click tracking of Aweber, and the open rate would be very helpful as I target a small enough list and market, that I would appreciate the opportunity to beta test for you.

    I have been involved in a couple of other beta tests recently, and this could be another tool to help me along as I target what my list is looking at.

    I also am in the process of building a site or two for me and my wife.

    Thank you for the opportunity.

  145. Fightwize

    3/21/2008 8:40 pm

    It sounds like some real great features being added on Aweber, I’m really looking forward to incorporating them.

    I’m only really beginning to discover some of the real benefits of using the aweber tools.

    Business is really begnning to boom, big success is just around the corner and aweber is without doubt a major part of the equation!

  146. John Wigham

    3/22/2008 3:17 am

    What a superb idea and dovetails perfectly with the testing I’m doing on my website. One frustrating missing link is which 40% (or so) of my list is actually opening the email and using the links inside. Is it the same subscribers each week (probable) or mostly different subscribers (unlikely) or a mix of the two (most probable) – I don’t know. To have this and other demographics answered will be a godsend.

    I’d love to take part in your Beta trials please.

  147. Emmanuel Mba

    3/22/2008 12:28 pm

    I would love to be a Beta Tester for Aweber any day.

  148. Raj Bapna

    3/22/2008 9:52 pm

    I have several lists and over 48,000 subscribers who get email daily.
    So, yes, I can see use of the new features

  149. Jay Wilson Jr.

    3/23/2008 2:44 pm

    If you have room for one more, I’d like to be included in the beta test.

    I have a list that meets the criteria you are looking for. Also I have a new niche that I am entering and have paid for several email drops to be done…

    As a result this list will be getting several hundred new double optin subscribers a day for the next few weeks. I will be communicating with this list via followup and broadcast emails.

    I am looking forward to providing feedback to help you get this new system running smoothly before you roll it out to all your customers.

  150. Sam

    3/23/2008 6:20 pm

    I’d love to participate in this beta test, thank you.

  151. Indratno Widiarto

    3/23/2008 7:25 pm

    Hi Tom,

    I would also like to beta test your new features. That would be such a big improvement. I believe click through rates would improve without sacrificing tracking system provided. Currently, I prefer to turn off the tracking system and use other tracking system instead.

  152. Jeff Yentzer

    3/23/2008 8:42 pm

    I have been waiting for these features for a long time. These are things I have used in other systems and I am glad to see them here in Aweber.

    I actually suggested some of these features a while back.

    I would love to take part as a beta tester.

    I send messages at least weekly and have complete control of the website.

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  154. Haroun Kola

    3/24/2008 11:02 am

    Thanks for the opportunity,

    I’d love to have access to just one of the new beta features, the click thru tracking with my url in the emal.

    I’ve found that I get a bigger click-thru rate when my own site name is in the email and it since most of my current income is via Google Adsense, I would really benefit to "brand" my email with my own links instead of the clicks.aweber link.

  155. Eric Zeb

    3/24/2008 12:54 pm

    I would be helpful as a beta-tester for numerous reasons. We have two aweber accounts. Our first account was opened about two years ago and with all the support chats and our daily usage of the account, I’m quite familiar with what our AWeber account does and does not do.

    In over 1400 total Broadcast Messages, I have only used the clickthrough tracking a handful of times because of the aweber domain. To be able to monitor all useful data with each broadcast would help me immensely.

    One of my accounts has about 10 lists in it. In the past two years I have asked numerous times if there were ways to globally search, configure or generate reports for all our lists at once. The global reports is going to be a great, I’m sure.

    Great to see you’re listening to what your customers say!

    Thanks for the blog, the webinars and the support chat!

    Would love to be a beta tester for the new features.

  156. Rolland

    3/24/2008 2:18 pm

    Hi Tom,

    By Tuesday we should have our first web page up. We would very much like to be beta testers for you.

    If we can figure it out any one can!

  157. Sally

    3/24/2008 3:06 pm

    Hiya, I would love to be a part of the beta if I am not too late.

    Thanks Sally :)

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  159. Shiva

    3/24/2008 9:43 pm

    Hi Tom,

    Compliments to the Aweber team on the new Analytics features. I am sure we would find it useful to know when subscribers open mails and click on links. It would help us time our mailing more efficiently. It would also provide information on which of our content subscribers found more useful, so that we could send them more related content.

    As you can see we have a large, growing database of subscribers that are well-managed so we are probably well-qualified to be a part of the Beta testing.

    More power to the Aweber team!


  160. John

    3/25/2008 6:40 am

    Hi Aweber team :o)

    I would love to be part of your Beta test group. Tracking and measuring is really key to EVERYONE! both online and offline.

    As the world motors towards online enterprise, it’s even more crucial that services like the ones you’re testing are available.

    I for one would love to use such a service. Having such intelligence on what vistors really want, is absolutely key. Knowing what works and what doesn’t… what helps people to open stuff and what doesn’t will save SO much time and money for those (like me) who are working hard to find ways of serving our customers better.

    My list is growing, and keeping in contact with them is really important. Being able to track information, (for me anyway) will be vital.

    Thanks in advance guys :o)

  161. Ryan

    3/25/2008 3:24 pm

    Hi, having been a member of aweber for a while we are excited to see a new analytics package added to the great benefits of this site as well. We use your services currently to send out over 2600 emails bi and tri-weekly. Having a service that can track email stats as far as openings and how long to open would benefit our business greatly. We look forward to speaking with you soon and hopefully being a tester.

  162. Jayson Hunter

    3/26/2008 3:47 pm

    We email our list at least 5x a week and use text based email because we seem to get a higher response rate. We would love to be able to track those readers with this. This would help us fine tune our newsletters based on the responses we get from the topics.

  163. BJ Wright

    3/26/2008 4:03 pm

    I am really excited to see you guys releasing this new analytics tool. I am a huge fan of Google Analytics and have spent the past 2 years improving my analytics knowledge to empower my websites.

    I can’t wait until you release it to the public.

    BJ Wright

  164. The Premium Institute of Bartending

    3/27/2008 10:10 am

    Hello! We are so excited about your new features! We are a bartending school in Dallas, TX. We have 2 websites that generate leads for the school. We use the A-Weber Web Forms to track which site the lead visited to request information, a seperate form for students that want to "register now" on each site, and then a seperate form for students that want to register for a specialized seminar. We track our clicks on our email blasts. We have learned to add pictures, videos, and links. It is very exciting! We currently send out weekly emails to all of leads that have not enrolled and seperate emails to our graduates. I have used other lead management systems in the past and A weber offers many features that they others are not, however I am always happy to see additional features being added. Please consider us for any new features that you are testing.

  165. Ed Mass

    4/5/2008 8:02 pm

    I send out email newsletters about once a week. I am a technical, analytical person who understands stats and how to use them.

    I’d very much like to test your analytics. Please include me now.

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    4/5/2013 7:18 am

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  169. Dean

    11/5/2013 7:48 pm

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