Have a Look at the New Web Form Generator

New WFG Video TeaserIt’s here.

We’ve been talking about it a lot on the blog lately, and you’ve been asking “Where is it? When’s it coming out?” since the first post.

Starting today, the new Web Form Generator is rolling out to AWeber customers. Some of you will get it today, some will get it over the coming days/weeks.

Either way, you probably want to get a look at how it works…

Come Take a Look

I thought it would be nice to give a little tour and show you the Web Form Generator in action (think of it as an open house, only with less house and more web forms :) ).

Building web forms with the old generator got the job done, but now you can create great looking forms and do it in a way that is much more convenient (look Ma, no HTML editing!).

Enough beating around the bush… let’s see the darn thing already!

Have You Made a New Web Form Yet? Show it Off!

Are you one of the first to get the new Web Form Generator? Have you made a form with it yet?

If so, show it off – link it up below!

(If you don’t have the new Web Form Generator yet, you will soon… be sure to stop back and share your form, too!)


  1. Kelly Rudolph

    11/18/2009 11:37 am

    Wow! This is EXACTLY what I wanted!!! I just switched over from another email company and really wanted attractive forms. You guys blow the other company out of the water!
    Thank you!

  2. Screenfrog

    11/18/2009 12:09 pm

    Looks fantastic. Hope there will be a multi language version anytime soon! It’s too bad that some texts within the emails are sent in english only. I wish there was a way to translate it myself. Still a very nice product!

  3. Ugur

    11/18/2009 12:09 pm

    I still don’t see it.

  4. dubli

    11/18/2009 12:33 pm

    I have been waiting for this.


  5. Holly

    11/18/2009 12:46 pm

    Wistfully waiting for the form generator to land in my account. I’m SO excited about this.

  6. Marc David

    11/18/2009 1:08 pm

    This is one heck of an upgrade. I absolutely love the new features. There’s about 12 forms I use that I desperately want to re-design now. Starting with my customer thank you pages.

    The value that has just been added already saved me $47+ on various pop-up and web form generators.

  7. Ron

    11/18/2009 1:17 pm

    This is a really cool feature to have !

    I actually unsubscribed from Aweber a few months back and went with another service but stayed on your email list.

    It looks like I will be returning to Aweber now !

  8. Marc David

    11/18/2009 2:14 pm


    I see many options:

    * in-line
    * pop-up
    * pop-over
    * lightbox

    How about a Footer option? Similar to what Google Friend Connect or Ultimate Footer Ad does.

    Goes along the bottom of the page vs. the other options. Seems like it would be easy to give another placement option.

  9. Lance Nelson

    11/18/2009 2:20 pm

    Excellent — just what my site needs, thanks

  10. Peter Bestel

    11/18/2009 2:23 pm

    Looks great, can’t wait to try it.

    Form making isn’t something I’m doing every day but if I knew it was there I’d be redesigning forms ASAP. Are you going to email folk when they get the upgrade or will it be a surprise when we discover it?

  11. Rob Metras

    11/18/2009 3:35 pm

    Thanks Jason
    It is true that you guys truly listen to their customers. Thank you for the new awesome form generator

  12. Kevin Waaka

    11/18/2009 4:41 pm

    How come you are rolling the new auotresponder out to some customers today and rolling it out to the rest of us over the next few days/weeks?

  13. Jocelyn Kahn

    11/18/2009 6:05 pm

    When I press the create web form button, something different than what’s on the little video quick-start screen shows up. It doesn’t have a templates tab. I don’t think the new web form generator is in my account.

  14. Tom Kulzer (AWeber CEO)

    11/18/2009 6:07 pm


    Staged releases help ease unexpected problems from swamping our team here. Better to only have 20% of 72,000 clients calling about the same issue than to have all 100% of them.

    So far everything has been very smooth, so hopefully we’ll be able to get it released to everyone soon.

  15. Mark

    11/18/2009 9:56 pm

    Great stuff. Very welcomed addition.

    Will we have the ability to control the font, size, color so we can match the rest of the page that the form is on?

    Looking forward to playing with it.

  16. Monica

    11/18/2009 10:41 pm

    Wow! Did you read my mind. This is exactly what I wanted from you.

    Sooo easy to do.

  17. Chuck Madere

    11/19/2009 12:33 am

    I must say that this is a great improvement over the other you have provided. It so easy even I can do it now.

    Thanks to all who worked so hard to bring it to us.

  18. Rob Toth

    11/19/2009 5:06 am


    … can I leave it at that, or should I ellaborate??

    This is a fantastic upgrade.

    My graphic artist won’t be pleased though… all the snazzy optin forms and submit buttons that I used to pay for makes part of his job obsolete.

    Congrats on this release!

  19. Robert Sexton

    11/19/2009 9:03 am

    This is a great addition that you have added. The form I am using now is not working so I am on my way to try a new form using the new generator.

  20. scott

    11/19/2009 10:31 am

    hmmm…. I like the idea, but the amount of white space this adds to forms is way, way too much when trying to maximize real estate on web pages, and whne I try to go into the html version to edit, I get hit with a wall of CSS code that only an engineer could figure out.

  21. Tom Kulzer (AWeber CEO)

    11/19/2009 10:32 am

    50% of customers now have the new Web Form Generator available in their accounts.

  22. David Oladokun

    11/19/2009 11:53 am

    All I can say is bravo! Awsome. Keep em coming.

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  25. Ryan Kaufman

    11/19/2009 2:38 pm

    This is a super powerful upgrade. Can’t wait to start playing with it.

  26. Kathi Calahan

    11/19/2009 8:04 pm

    Wow! You guys are awesome! Excellent! Talented! Helpful! I love your company!

  27. Karin H

    11/20/2009 8:00 am

    Hi, like the new web form builder, but what happened to the options you get set in a hover-over form? (Like once per day, once per visitor etc)?

    Can’t find where to edit these settings.

  28. Janet

    11/20/2009 10:57 am

    Can I use this form for obtaining events for my community calendar? Or is it strictly for use for building an email list…

  29. Justin Premick

    11/20/2009 3:54 pm


    Once you set your form type to lightbox or hover via the "form type" dropdown, click the "advanced" link to the right. You’ll get a few more options, one of which is the recurrence.


    Our forms are designed to collect email subscribers. We would attempt to add anyone who fills out the form to your email list.

  30. Tom Kulzer (AWeber CEO)

    11/20/2009 4:01 pm


    Here’s a screenshot to illustrate what Justin said. http://skitch.com/tomkulzer/necf6/popoverform-options

  31. Mike Herberts

    11/20/2009 7:22 pm

    Great work guys…how many times have we thought…’aweber is great but some of these lovely forms we keep seeing mean…..and then POW…you come up with this.

    Got my first new form up and it looks great. Thanks

  32. Ed

    11/20/2009 11:52 pm

    Hi, can’t wait…. when will it activate in my account?

    Activate me… me.. me…

  33. Jason Marshall

    11/21/2009 12:05 am

    wow! I love it! already putting it to use.

    I do have one question…is it possible to have people fill a form out more than once.

    Once I have people on my list I would like them to be able to submit multiple entries under the same email.



  34. Karin H

    11/21/2009 3:58 am

    Ah, found it!
    Many thanks Justin and especially Tom for the screenshot, had overlooked the advance “button” on the form.

  35. Joe Petrashek

    11/21/2009 10:06 pm

    I didn’t even hear the news about this, just logged on and created the form. It was very intuitive compared to the earlier version; and much more colorful and friendly.
    (Link only available through 11/22/09 at 1pm Arizona.)

  36. Paul

    11/22/2009 6:48 pm

    Just used the new form builder. 2 things…

    1. I needed to have a field where visitors could click numerous checkboxes – can’t do this without entering each checkbox individually (and then can’t have a label for that part of the form – would need to edit manually), which brings me onto…

    2. The HTML option for embedding produces a huge amount of code – HTML and CSS – with no line breaks! I need to edit the HTML but have to spend a lot of time breaking it down with line breaks so I can make sense of it.

    Would be better if the CSS is produced separately for a start, and for both, simply have line breaks as per the original version of the form HTML

  37. Rahul

    11/23/2009 12:17 am

    50% of customers now have the new Web Form Generator available in their accounts.
    11/19/2009 10:32 am

    Hmm, its been 4 days, but I still see the old Form Generator in my account. Considering that half the customers were ramped up in the first 24 hours, I thought I should have it by now. Any thoughts?

  38. shalu

    11/23/2009 3:26 am

    when do i see it?
    is there a logic to who gets to use it first?

  39. jonathan

    11/23/2009 9:07 am

    Hi guys, nice upgrade BUT – I can’t find any options that allow me to display the name/email box horizontally. This means that the box (even the small one) is too big for my ufa.

    Any chance of having access to the old version of forms also?


    (off to play some more now…)

  40. jim cockrum

    11/23/2009 1:16 pm

    Great job guys!

  41. J.F. Herrera

    11/23/2009 1:20 pm

    Excellent work!

  42. chris

    11/23/2009 2:37 pm

    Great improvement but honestly… handling the error (like email misspelling ) or empty field that are required on the client side without leaving the form (using ajax or other) is really what was missing from the previous form generator.

    Am I the only one that cannot stand this ugly page that shows up when someone forget to fill something… with no other option than to use the back button of the browser to go back to the form? So not professional!

    I would have fixed that first.

  43. Justin Premick

    11/23/2009 3:01 pm

    Update: all AWeber customers now have the Web Form Generator in their accounts.

  44. jesse

    11/23/2009 3:23 pm

    I have created a new form but it does not show up on WordPress.

  45. kantis

    11/23/2009 3:41 pm

    This is awesome…

    I have been trying to do this all day, because i saw some other forms with some cool colors and widgets.

    Today my prayers have been answered.

    Roll it out!

  46. Maria Johnsen

    11/23/2009 3:46 pm

    Aweber does wonders! Thank you for a wonderful job and new Web Form Generator‏. I love it and am using it on my websites.

  47. Justin Premick

    11/23/2009 3:49 pm


    Thanks for the feedback on error pages. They’re not part of the form generation, but they are something we’re looking at separately.


    The forms should display just fine in WordPress.

    I just went to the WP-powered site linked from your name & noted it appears you have created & placed a new form there successfully. If not, or if you have problems, please get in touch with us.

  48. Bill Amstutz

    11/23/2009 4:27 pm

    Where does the data go? Can we direct the data anywhere we want?

  49. Denise

    11/23/2009 4:59 pm

    I would like to see some forms with rounded square corners and that are square shaped. We need all the options you can provide.

    I would like to be able to write above and below my form.

    The submit button should have options to change the text without losing the image look to the button. Mine turned to plain text when I tried to change it.

  50. Julie Pianto

    11/23/2009 5:07 pm


    Another great tool within the system.


  51. Mike

    11/23/2009 5:56 pm

    Awesome, I was wondering about the light box form seemingly not having a frequency setting – missed the "advanced" link for that.

    Are there any plans to allow us to put pictures into the form? Ie. a pic of an ebook people would get when subscribing etc.

    Very nice over all, also I got a head ache just looking at the html version of the form, but I guess it’s flexible enough that I shouldn’t really need to tweak html anyway.

  52. Paula

    11/23/2009 6:18 pm

    Just got the AWEBER new form announcement literally 5 min ago. I HAD to tell Kelly (at AWEBER) on how EASY it was to change over. I think to change my old form into the new form was literally 2 or 3 clicks and that was it! Took a total of 3 seconds. SOOOOO cool! :) I can’t wait for my other sites to be transferred so I can throw those forms in there too! Go AWEBER! And Happy Thanksgiving to all :)

  53. Jeff Davis

    11/23/2009 6:56 pm

    wow you guys did a dandy job on this new form generator, I really dig the hover forms!

    This is just proof positive that aweber is a must have tool in any internet marketer’s arsenal…



  54. Carlos Marquez

    11/23/2009 7:03 pm

    Just Great! This is what I needed to make my opt-ins look better. I’ll start experimenting with it.

  55. Bill

    11/23/2009 7:32 pm

    Very nice, glad you made this. I often can’t get the java to work.

  56. Michael Guminski

    11/23/2009 8:46 pm

    This is awesome. I can’t wait to use it. I’ve been using my own version of magic pop up. This forms looks blows it away. You guys are great that’s why I keep a banner on my site to promote your company.

    Great Job

  57. Alex M

    11/23/2009 9:00 pm

    Finally a webform design that is worthy of Aweber standards. Kudos to the team !

  58. Michael Searles

    11/23/2009 10:15 pm


    A brilliant option for web site owners serious about list building.

    A simplified form code creator without making the result simplistic.

    Thanks Aweber.

  59. Martin

    11/24/2009 12:36 am

    Great stuff Aweber… was asking for this for a long time…
    … you listened to use :)
    thanks — will try it out shortly

  60. Franck Silvestre

    11/24/2009 6:42 am

    Great job.

    I’ll try this soon.

    Thanks for this. The old web form generator wasn’t user friendly…

  61. Karen

    11/24/2009 7:55 am

    Hi Aweber, new form is great for some people who want to see a bit more colorful forms; THE BIGGEST MISTAKE is it has three times more code and more links – this affecting SEO and Google crawling easiness. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE give us back the option to design and use the simplest and minimal code form!!! Please keep new templates for those who want more colors, PLEASE GIVE SIMPLE FORM BACK!!!

  62. Wyteria Jacobo

    11/24/2009 11:53 am

    Guys, you outdid yourself on this one. I just put up a form on one of my pages and will definitely be using the new web form generator on all of my sites. I love the themes. Great job!

  63. Paul

    11/24/2009 5:19 pm

    I’m glad lots of people like the new forms but I can’t believe the HTML that is created – I much prefer the previous version – it was much easier to tweak. Please give option of using old style, or improve the HTML output for those of us who need a very specific look.

  64. "Mad Guy"

    11/24/2009 7:18 pm


    Now you’ve gone and done it!

    Outstanding form builder.

    Thanks bunches.

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  66. Josh

    11/25/2009 1:07 pm

    You forgot one big item!

    You forgot to address a very important aspect, that is, how to NOT DISTURB a customized opt-in form, that we do not want to disturb.

    We only want to place minimal HTML in our source pg to direct new opt-ins to our [new] list in aweber.

    We do NOT want to create a totally new design.

    I am having trouble with this problem now.

    I asked questions in your chat box and received an inefficient reply.

    I’ve sent emails to your support and waiting for a reply now.

    But, all in all, the new form box creator is a welcome addition, good job.

  67. Ralph Justice

    11/26/2009 9:21 am

    Finally got time to check out the email about the new web form and am happy with what I have seen so far.

    We will see how easy it is to build and install, that is the deciding factor other than how it helps to build our lists.

    Thanks for the upgrade. It was a nice surprise.


  68. Jan

    11/26/2009 1:16 pm

    I’ve created a popover Webform with the new generator but when I open the site with IE6 or IE7 I get an error and the page doesn’t load… Maybe there are problems with browser compatibility?

  69. Soren Jordansen

    11/26/2009 3:16 pm

    So how do you turn the damn thing off? I know how to build forms, but it just became a 10 min job instead of 10 seconds 😛

    Seriously can I have the old one back please?

  70. Rachel Young

    11/27/2009 10:29 am

    Dooooood! This new webform generator is EXACTLY why I switched BACK to aWeber from one of your competitors!

    Can’t wait to start using it! Another great job, guys! Thanks!

  71. Allen Davis

    11/28/2009 3:53 am

    Over 200 lines of style information for the very simplest of web forms? Is that reallly necessary?

    Some of your customers are NOT complete technophobes who cringe at the sight of HTML, but the code generated by this monster is nonsensical.

    Have you ever heard of code optimization?

    It may be a good option for those who don’t want to see the man behind the curtain, but they may wonder why the bandwidth usage on their hosting account just doubled and their pages take longer to load.

    Can’t I just generate the old style code and tweak it myself, please? I know I could get the same results with 10% of the code your generator excretes.

    If you can’t put an option to use the old version code generator, at least put in the option to customize hidden fields and use the same css as the rest of my page so I don’t end up with different styles all over the place.

    I don’t have the patience to sort through pages of gobbledygook code generated by your moronic bot to try to edit the code manually. It used to be so much simpler.

  72. Dickie Lim

    11/28/2009 7:27 pm

    You guy had done a Great Job, I’m sure a lot of subscribers will like this. It’s really professional, can’t wait to create my new squeeze page.


  73. Jay Gumbs

    11/29/2009 10:04 pm

    This is great. One more reason to use Aweber over any other autoresponder service.

  74. kiatlc

    11/30/2009 1:02 am

    The new webform does not support Chinese characters!

    Old webform let us have an option to switch between Html and Design tab, so if there is any messy display, I can switch to html tab and correct it there, then I can use the javascript version.

    But now the new webform has eliminated it. Any messy display cannot be corrected under html tab, all the js version will show messy display! Can it be put back? I mean the HTML tab.

    In my opinion, AWeber should give users option to use whether the old webform or new webform, and not the "force everyone to use new one" attitude, because the old one has its unique advantage

  75. Arvada Yates

    12/1/2009 5:46 am

    Absolutely awesome Aweber upgrade!

    That’s why I’ve stuck with Aweber for so many years… you guys are always improving and making things better for email marketers!

  76. Cliff Calderwood

    12/2/2009 10:32 pm

    I liked the look of this but needed to add some text in the content box but had to do it manually and its messy to do. Is there anyway you can add a text box to the form in the content area either before the variable fields and after? This would provide some flexibility for form designers. I had to revert to using my old form as adding in manually proved too problematic.

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  78. Bob

    12/9/2009 11:16 pm

    I like it- lots more options than the old one. I do agree with some of the others that the option to edit html manually should be available to those of us who like to tweak a bit.

    I also like the new audio thank you- I will be integrating both into our new design elements

    Keep up the good work!

  79. Bob

    12/9/2009 11:19 pm

    I look forward to trying it out as we proceed with our new design- like the audio thank you page idea too!

    We’ll be trying both…

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    12/17/2009 5:04 am


    I have a few suggestions

    1. Add more templates to reflect the number next to each category.

    2. Enable us to change the arrow color and adjust the opt-in window vertically too.

    I hope this helps other users :)

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  83. TheNightOwl

    1/30/2010 12:44 am

    Hi there

    I, too, like the new optin form templates a LOT.

    VERY nice work! =) And a great value-added feature.

    Thank you.


    The code generated by the new forms is, however, throwing up W3 validation code errors such as this:

    [start of error returned from http://validator.w3.org ]

    # Line 115, Column 33: character “&” is the first character of a delimiter but occurred as data

    if (document.compatMode && document.compatMode == ‘BackCompat’) {

    This message may appear in several cases:

    * You tried to include the “<” character in your page: you should escape it as “<” * You used an unescaped ampersand “&”: this may be valid in some contexts, but it is recommended to use “&”, which is always safe. * Another possibility is that you forgot to close quotes in a previous tag. # Error Line 115, Column 33: XML Parsing Error: xmlParseEntityRef: no name if (document.compatMode && document.compatMode == ‘BackCompat’) { [/end of error notes] The problem seems to be occurring because of the “&&” part of the script code. Any way of getting around this? I’d really like the homepages for my sites (which almost all include an Aweber optin form!) to actually be valid code. All my other code is fine. It’s just THIS that prevents my pages from being valid. If you could look into it, that’d be greatly appreciated.

  84. C

    2/11/2010 12:43 am

    Do I have to use the form generator? I’d like the option to use the old code that I was using previously & handing it off to my designer to build the design around the form. Now it just seems that I’m getting a ton of code, that I don’t really want?

  85. Justin Premick

    2/12/2010 9:07 am

    You can get an unformatted, basic form via the "Publish" tab in the Web Form Generator.


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  88. John

    3/1/2010 10:02 am

    You’ve sold it to me. I’ll sign up soon.

    Great autoresponder!

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  90. Chan

    4/12/2010 4:57 pm

    It’s great for every one, and very useful to me. thank you.

  91. Ian Dumphreys

    7/3/2010 6:31 am

    The new forms look great, stylish. Good work guys.

  92. Rick

    7/11/2010 12:13 am

    Great stuff guys… great look! Does anyone know if a multi language version is available yet or in the near future?


  93. JP

    7/12/2010 10:27 am

    I like the new design, much better and cleaner.
    this is my first visiting but i like this blog.
    will visit it as often as possible

  94. Daniel

    7/27/2010 8:49 pm

    Guys you are forgetting about other languages than english?

  95. Real Estate Web Design

    7/28/2010 3:57 pm

    Just what we’ve been looking for! Great

  96. TW

    8/10/2010 10:40 am

    Very nice interface. I actually enjoyed building web forms for a change, and achieved some decent signup rates. Also, the selection of templates was really impressive, to the point where I had a hard time choosing. Good customization options for existing templates.

    Well done!

  97. TC

    10/10/2010 11:39 pm

    I totally agree with kiatlc comments above. New webform should allow for Chinese characters or other language character sets via html tab. Or offer option to revert to using old webform.

    Thank you for listening.

  98. Dubai

    11/2/2010 8:49 am

    Thanks a lot! This is exactly what we were looking for over the last few months! Actually it would be great to have multi-language support soon as not everybody of our clients understands English forms perfectly.

  99. Graeme

    11/9/2010 4:15 pm

    Hi guys

    Am I able to embed a video into one of your forms? If so, what video format does it support?


  100. Justin Premick

    11/9/2010 4:24 pm


    Not in the form itself. You can, however, put a video on your site above or next to where you embed the form.

  101. Scot

    12/23/2010 7:19 pm

    I really like the feature of sliding forms – awesome work AWeber!

    It would be even more awesome if you could set how far a form slides out on your web page. I think we could all increase subscriber rates with a less intrusive side of page slide.

  102. Abraham

    1/26/2011 1:33 pm

    I am with one of your competitors and stuck with few form templates . I really liked this feature of Aweber where I can match forms according to my website theme.

    Good going.

  103. David

    3/2/2011 6:48 am

    Hi Justin

    Are you going to up-date the video/videos to fit in with the new Aweber look? I want to promote my affiliate prog more and think potential new customers should see what a great job Aweber have done.


  104. Justin Premick

    3/2/2011 11:10 am

    Hi David,

    We’re updating a number of videos and other content to reflect the recent updates to the AWeber control panel.

    You may find it helpful to refer to our Knowledge Base content rather than blog posts for the most up-to-date videos. Here’s one on web forms that has already been updated:


  105. Steven

    4/7/2011 6:44 am

    Hi, can you tell me if I can capture postal addresses in the forms, or is it just email addresses.


  106. Justin Premick

    4/8/2011 8:16 am

    Hi Steven,

    Yes! Collecting postal addresses is one of a few neat things you can easily make your signup forms do.


  107. Meg

    4/11/2011 12:25 pm

    I have used the web forms and popup web forms on many many pages on my wordpress site.

    My question is, if I want to update my webforms that I’ve made on Aweber, and add a new sentence or change a headline etc, can I change it and it will automatically filter down into all of my webpages where it’s code is pasted?

    Would I have to go into each and every page and add the changes manually (paste new code) or will it be done automatically when I update my webform in Aweber?

    I hope you can help me out, I love Aweber, it gets better and better!

    Many thanks

    p.s I hope there’s some automagical feature to do this, fingers crossed.

  108. Amanda Gagnon

    4/11/2011 3:11 pm

    Meg ~ If you’ve posted the JavaScript to your page, everything will automatically update. If you used the HTML, you’ll just have to paste the new HTML (generated after your changes) in its place.

  109. Narasimharao

    4/15/2011 1:58 pm

    It is very nice and useful to all

  110. Steven

    4/18/2011 6:53 am

    Sorry Justin – one more question. Is it just US postal addresses I can collect. I’m from the UK and want to collect UK addresses.


  111. Justin Premick

    4/18/2011 9:51 am


    You can collect UK addresses – you’ll just need to create the fields one by one for that while building your form.


  112. freddie morales

    6/18/2011 7:59 am

    I like the design, good job in the design department.
    this is very helpfull when you go to choose.. There is alot
    to choose from and features that are very nice,,I look forward in
    finding more information from your site….

    Well done…

  113. Kurt Gross

    8/25/2011 9:47 pm

    You are kidding, right?

    Your video about the “Demo/Walk-Through of aWeber’s new Web Form Generator” starts off with “Click on the ‘Create Web Form button” but it does NOT tell me where to find that.

    It’s not on the page I’m at, and any video worth it’s salt tells where it’s is starting.

    Your video does not do this. It’s starts somewhere, on a secret page that contains that link.

    Your video needs to assume NOTHING. Tell me to go to the Home page and do such and such when I get there, but don’t start in the middle.

    I know it’s hard to relate to this. You may even roll your eyes over my comments, but that’s why you need to think like a person who needs directions – you know, someone like a “customer”. We don’t work on aWeber all day like you do, we do not know where these secret pages are. TELL US!


  114. Rebekah Henson

    8/26/2011 9:01 am


    Thanks for your feedback. We agree with you that videos should always be as clear as possible, and we’re sorry if this one caused some confusion for you.

    If you watch the very beginning of the video, it shows the highlighted “Web Forms” tab, which is the same tab you would click in your own account to see the “Create Web Form” button. It’s not a secret page, it’s the page that comes up as soon as you click that tab.

    Thanks for your tip. We’ll keep it in mind for future videos!

  115. Lowell

    10/20/2011 1:31 pm

    I love Aweber Forms. I especially how I don’t have to change the form script on my multiple pages when I try new templates for the same list. It’s automatic. Thanks for the additional features.

  116. Fulya

    4/22/2012 5:41 am

    I really don’t know what I really want to say But I know exactly what I am going to write here. BOTTOM OF MY HEARTH THANK YOU!!!! I wasn’t aware yet for this service. Yesterday I bought a Coffee Cup Form Designer. Then I regretted not because of the software it s really good software. The bad news was ( I learnt later after I made my purchase) They weren’t supporting Aweber Form Codes. Today I starded to search on the net any Web Form software SUPPORTS Aweber form. Then……????

    Shock Shock Shock!!!!!!!! My Aweber Service alreay started to give this service where I was then…? When did this happen…? Ooohhh my God I gone crazy I really wanted to thank you from the bottom of my hearth.

    You really made me happy

  117. jos bults

    5/7/2013 9:57 am

    HI, I’ve been going over the comments and it struck me that ANY remark, request or hint about multilanguage support goes unanswered.

    I find it very bad that a service that a commercial product such as AWeber – for which I pay money to use it – does not have UTF-8 defined as standard character set. I was planning to use this software – it was advised to me as being very good – but I am now canceling my subscription.

    Ridiculous that I can not use it with Chinese characters. Even a cheap bulk mail software such as Maxprog supports not only all code pages but also RTL languages.

  118. Amanda Gagnon

    5/7/2013 1:01 pm

    Jos, the message editor does support UTF-8/Chinese characters. Our previous editor did not, but the current editor does.

  119. Charles Lindup

    3/2/2014 11:07 pm

    I remember back when Johnathan first started aweber and I always wanted to be a part of the success back then as an internet marketing novice. Unfortunately, I never got round to using aweber at the time and I must admit, I struggled for many years. Now with my latest website, I decided not to hold back on quality – so yes, I chose aweber!

    Imagine my suprise when I saw all those template forms and other helpful aids to help get me going with my first email campaigns. Unbelievable!

    Thank you Johnathan and aWeber, I’m proud to be aboard!