What is Aweber?
AWeber is an online service to automate follow-up emails (an autoresponder). You can view statistics about your emails, on a user base or aggregates. For example, you can see if Bob has opened the last email you sent him. If he did, you could connect directly with him to support him further in his business. With a 1 to 1 communication.
AWeber affiliate program
AWeber has an affiliate program with a hefty 30% in referral payments.
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How do I integrate Google Analytics with AWeber?
Here is a very detailed post from AWeber about how to set up Goal trackings.
Single Opt-In vs. Double-Opt-In, what’s the difference and why does everyone in SFM use single opt-in
Henna asked: single versus double opt-in any opinions on which one is better? I get the impression that most people are using single opt-in, is that the recommended choice?
You don’t need to double opt-in for GDPR compliance.
Double opt-in means that after someone has entered their name and email address, AWeber sends them an email asking the person to confirm that they want to join your list. Aweber gives them the option to either confirm or not. Unless they proceed with the confirmation they’re not going to get any emails from you.
Single-opt-in means that once they’ve opted in on your landing page and that’s it. No further confirmation required.
I am personally not a fan of double opt-in for my leads. The reason that I don’t want to use double opt-in is that about 70% of people will enter their name and email on your landing page, then they’ll get on with their life, and they’ll completely forget that they’ve even signed up for your list! I mean, you can look at the stats, some emails stay undread for days. Including the very first one!
After a few days, they will just ignore that one little email from AWeber that says, “Hey, are you sure you want to subscribe?”. An email that is probably gone to junk anyway! That means that your lead cost is going to be roughly two or three times higher than if you just use single opt-in.
You could argue that your lead quality is potentially better though. Honestly, my view is I’d rather have people on my list and receiving my content anyway. Because they may start looking at my emails in the future. With double opt-in, you’d never get that scenario.
Can I use UTM codes with AWeber
Check-out my article on UTM codes to get a jump start.
## Example to track the performance of our Black Friday sales email campaign in Google Analytics. example.com/example-page/?utm_source=aweber&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=black-friday-sale-2020
Campaign Source, use
AWeber so you can tell the link being tracked is for use with AWeber.
Campaign Medium, use
Campaign Name, you can enter the type of content that you are tracking.
You do not need to fill in anything for
Campaign Term or
Campaign Content as they are optional.
Whenever someone clicks a tracking link in your messages, that click will be recorded under your
Acquisition > "Campaigns" report within your Google Analytics account.
Here is an AWeber article on this subject.
Truncated Subscription Source URLs in AWeber
See my post about troubleshooting truncated Subscription Source URLs in AWeber.