A Sneak Peak at Broadcast QuickStats

For the longest time in the history of forever, email analytics has been an all or nothing affair. You’re either tracking your email marketing campaigns or you’re not.

The problem: there is a ton of data that gets tracked and sifting through it all can be overwhelming. It’s like trying to find a back issue of Field & Stream in the Library of Congress. You’re better off going to your local library where they only carry the stuff that’s relevant to you.

We took that terrible analogy and applied it to AWeber’s Email Analytics. As a supplement to our full reports page, in the near future we’re rolling out Broadcast QuickStats. You’ll be able to view the most pertinent statistics for your messages grouped together on one super slick page.

Click that big grey play button in the video below to check out our design and development teams as they discuss both building QuickStats, and what it will do for you.

Broadcast QuickStats makes it easier than ever for you to not only see how your emails perform, but also identify responsive and non-responsive subscribers, and quickly segment those groups and deliver relevant, targeted email marketing campaigns to them.

Sneak Peek Screenshots

You saw a bit of Broadcast QuickStats in the video; here are some screenshots from it. Click to view the full-size images:


When’s It Coming Out?

Broadcast QuickStats will be launching in accounts with Email Analytics very soon.

To coincide with the launch, we’ll be running a webinar that will explain QuickStats as well as give you a chance to ask questions. Click Here to sign up for the webinar.

In the meantime, let us know what you think in the comments section.


  1. Octa

    7/30/2010 11:55 am

    You guys are simply awesome ! the best email marketing company ever! always build a new feature constantly ..


    ~Proud Customer

  2. Chris Guillebeau

    7/30/2010 4:30 pm

    So now Aweber will provide helpful reporting for a non-analytics person like me. That’s awesome… next, you guys just need to integrate turning my coffee machine on the mornings. I’m waiting!

  3. G Srinivas

    7/31/2010 11:01 pm

    I can’t wait for it,
    Even though I can’t track in this much depth everyday,
    it gives me chance to remove some sleeping subscribers from my list.

    For ex: does this provide a list of users who didn’t open email or click on any link for last 30 days?

  4. Greg

    8/1/2010 8:52 pm

    finally a company that thimks like their customers! yeah can you turn on my coffee machine as well.

  5. Justin Premick

    8/2/2010 9:48 am


    Is your coffee machine WiFi-enabled? 😉

    G Srinivas,

    Broadcast QuickStats give you a view of one message’s performance; however, you can already search for people who haven’t opened/clicked since a given date by using the "no opens" criteria at the Search Subscribers page of your account.

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  7. Marciea kennedy

    8/3/2010 7:13 pm

    Hello.to the team .
    I wish i could tel you what Aweber has don for me since i join
    I had given up on internet until i join Aweber you guys are the best.
    You have given me a chance to be myself even when i had give up on me.
    so please turn on my coffee machine as well.