Apology From Jeff Plus New Aweber Tutorial

Here’s what NOT to do with Aweber’s Analytics and how you can learn from my mistake. Learn how to make your email marketing even more effective… and get an apology from me.  Check out this aweber video tutorial

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43 Responses to “Apology From Jeff Plus New Aweber Tutorial”

  1. Jackie 07. Feb, 2010 at 2:29 pm #

    Thanks for the tutorial — I hadn’t even thought about Aweber charging for people who had unsubscribed.

  2. Herman 09. Feb, 2010 at 6:31 pm #

    Hey Jeff. thanks for the wakeup call. I’m thinking about switching from constant contact to aweber and employing your techniques to wake up my list and track them better. Any advice about making the switch or comparison of the two providers?

    • Jeff Johnson 09. Feb, 2010 at 8:15 pm #

      I hear good things about constant contact but have never used them. The issue with transferring contacts over to aweber is that you can only import 10k at a time, and they will all have to double optin to confirm the transfer… which means you’ll lose a ton of leads.

  3. Shaqir Hussyin 11. Feb, 2010 at 1:59 pm #

    Thanks Jeff,

    can’t wait to see the whole lot and by the way when will you be opening your coaching club again?

    I emailed your staff… No reply 🙁



    • Jeff Johnson 12. Feb, 2010 at 11:43 am #

      It’s been closed to new students since last November so I should probably get around to opening it up again within the next few weeks or so.

  4. Royce Gardiner 11. Feb, 2010 at 11:15 pm #

    Hi Jeff,

    Is gryphius a good tool to use to get your landing page at the top in SE’s?

    • Royce Gardiner 11. Feb, 2010 at 11:19 pm #

      Correction on the last messge: glyphius** 🙂

      • Jeff Johnson 12. Feb, 2010 at 11:40 am #

        sorry, but I’ve never used it so I really can’t say.

  5. Mat 17. Feb, 2010 at 1:38 pm #

    Hi Jeff

    Great content (as always).

    Might it be that some recipients of emails are reading them in ‘preview mode’, then deleting them without ever opening?

    I guess that, providing you only send a ‘last chance’ message to those who have not clicked on any links in your emails for several months, it does not matter if you end up removing those folk from your list (as they are browsers rather than action takers).

    Best Wishes from the UK.


    • Jeff Johnson 17. Feb, 2010 at 2:28 pm #

      Absolutely, I prefer to have buyers on my list so I at least expect to see a click on a link every few months.

  6. Mike Peters 05. Oct, 2010 at 5:04 pm #

    I have been using Aweber for a few years now, and I never knew they had an analytics program. That is news to me.

    First off. I wish my list was as big as yours. I know it will come with time, but my patience is limited.

    Second. Being able to remove the non-openers is genius. I just had to upgrade my account because my list got too big for the basic package. That will come in handy in the long run.


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