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AWeber Introduces 3,000+ Stock Image Gallery

Chalfont, Pa. July 29, 2014 – AWeber, the global email marketing provider, recently announced the addition of a high resolution stock image gallery to their message editing software.

The extensive gallery gives customers access to over three thousand premium quality stock photographs to use in their email campaigns. These images are complied of art-directed and user-generated photos, vectors and illustrations, hand selected for AWeber users. Using images has the potential to make readers slow down and give your content a second look. Adding a visual to your newsletter allows you to add that personal touch.

“The added gallery gives customers the freedom to focus on being creative,” said Kevin Rochford, Account Manager at Getty Images. “It’s well known that we are constantly moving, day by day, toward a more visual world. AWeber’s customers now benefit from being able to include images in their marketing campaigns, embracing the visual world and push their products and services to new heights.”

AWeber customers can now approach any project without thinking twice about an added photography cost or obtaining the proper license for using premium images.

“With the addition of the Stock Image Gallery, we’re making the process of creating an email template easier for our customers,” said Joe Cotellese, Director of Product Development at AWeber. “We’re bringing the tools they need closer to where they need them.”

In AWeber, there is an option to select different categories of stock images to find the best photograph that meets your needs. The image gallery is free to use for all AWeber customers. Additional features and more images are planned to be added over time.

About AWeber

AWeber, headquartered in Chalfont, Pa., helps more than 120,000 businesses, entrepreneurs and bloggers increase sales and profits through its suite of web-based email marketing software. The privately held company was founded in 1998. For more information, visit, subscribe to the AWeber blog, or follow along on Facebook.