During 2006 the top 10 email domains have grown from representing 61.25% of email web form requests in January to 65% in December. Detailed top domain statistics, charts, and commentary contained within…
Blogging is an increasingly popular way of communicating with your current and potential customers and helps establish you as an authority in your field. It also helps you add search engine-friendly content to your site, increasing your online visibility. By integrating your AWeber account with popular blogging platform Blogger, you can convert occasional blog visitors to subscribers, notify subscribers when you’ve posted new content, and drive your subscribers back to your blog.
Ever gotten a spam complaint?
At AWeber email deliverability is serious business. We and our
customers take great care to manage their lists well so they can
enjoy the best possible deliverability.
Even so, occasionally subscribers lodge spam complaints.
By redirecting your Clickbank buyers to an opt-in form for your customer list, you can have them add to your AWeber autoresponder
and follow up with them post-purchase. Detailed instructions on how to integrate Clickbank and AWeber.
Following up with customers after they purchase is a critical part of the sales process. This communication helps foster trust and loyalty from people who have already purchased from you.
Most email clients have a way for users to “whitelist” a sender so that messages from that sender aren’t filtered to the junk folder. I investigated major email programs to find out what subscribers should do, step by step, to ensure they see your messages.
I’ve read a lot of posts lately about converting potential buyers who are on your site, put items into their shopping cart, and then before checking out, leave your site. People are close to purchasing your product, but for some reason are changing their minds at the last minute and abandoning their carts.
I took a support call recently where the customer was concerned about using Verified Opt-In with her subscribers. She remarked at one point:
“My subscribers aren’t web-savvy, and they don’t know what double opt-in means.”
She brings up a good point: language that is understood among one group of people (in this example, senders of opt-in email) may not be understood by another group (such as your subscribers).When telling your subscribers that they need to click a link in the verification message, your wording will affect your verification rate.
Often times when working with customers on their message campaigns, I notice they are including only HTML versions of their messages to their subscribers, with no plain text version. I politely bite my lip while I work with them on whatever issue they’ve called in for, then in an attempt to be as helpful as I can, I point a few things out to them about this…