AWeber is the #1 auto-replier that I recommend. It’s also one of the most popular email marketing tools out there. If you’re looking to grow your email list and you want to make the process as easy as possible, then AWeber is the tool for you. In this tutorial, we’ll look at how to use AWeber’s built-in email editor to quickly copy and paste emails from one list to the next. It’s super-easy to do, and it’ll make your list building job a lot faster. I hope this article will inspire you to give it a try.
Setting Up Your AWeber Account
Before you start using AWeber, you’ll need to have an account set up and configured. But before you get started, you should take a few minutes to familiarize yourself with the platform and get to know the tools it offers. To get started, click the Sign Up button in the upper-right corner of the AWeber homepage. You’ll be taken to the Login screen, where you can use the Email address and Password you set up during the registration process.
Once you’re logged in, you’ll see the Compose screen. This is where you’ll compose all of your new emails. AWeber calls this the Drafts folder, and it’s a brilliant idea. Imagine having all your emails in one place. You can click the gear icon next to each field to quickly access a settings page. From there, you can make tweaks to the email content and send it off to your happy recipients.
Copying and Pasting from One List to Another
One of the first things you’ll want to do once you’re logged in is to copy and paste emails from one list to another. Let’s say you have two email lists, one for customers and one for prospects. You can click the gear icon next to each email list to quickly access the settings for that particular list. Then, you can select the Export all Subscribers option from the drop-down menu. Next, you’ll need to enter the name of the list you want to copy the emails from. Finally, you’ll need to select the destination list you want the emails to be copied to. Once you’ve entered all the relevant information, click the green button to execute the export. Now all of your subscribers will be placed into the customer list.
If you have a large number of subscribers in your lists, this process can take a while, so be patient! If you want to speed things up, you can click and drag emails from one list to another. This is similar to copying and pasting text from one document to another. You can also use keyboard shortcuts like Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V to copy and paste text. If you’re using a Mac, you can press Command+C and Command+V to perform the same actions.
Creating More Than One Draft
If you’ve been following along so far, then you’ll know that we’ve only exported emails from one list to another so far. But what if you want to create a different draft for a different email list? For example, you might want to create a draft for a promo list and another for a list of customer notifications. To do this, you need to click the gear icon next to each list to access the settings screen. Then, from the drop-down menu, you can select the Send to a Different Draft option. This will cause the emails to be sent to the respective list but won’t move the actual content from one list to another. It really is that simple!
Creating different drafts for different email lists is a fantastic way to save time when you’re building your list. But if you want to send the same content to multiple lists, then you can use the Import All Subscribers option. This will cause all the emails to be merged into one document and can help speed up your email list building process.
Using the Inline Editor To Compose Your Emails
As you may have guessed, AWeber gives you an inline editor. This is a quick and easy way to compose your emails without having to leave the screen. The great thing about this is that you don’t have to worry about formatting as much. So if you’re looking to send out a simple email with an image attached, you can do this easily in AWeber’s inline editor. Simply click inside the text area and you’ll see a small toolbar appear with your options. From there, you can add in some basic HTML coding to make it a little more fancy. But the important thing is that you can simply copy and paste your email content into the box without worrying about any spelling errors. This is extremely helpful when you’re first setting up your account or when you’re in the middle of composing an email and don’t have the time to go through all the spelling errors. Remember: less is more. Keep things simple and to the point.
Using AWeber’s Filters To Improve Your Experience
If you’ve been using email marketing to grow your business, then you’ll know how frustrating it can be to receive email replies that don’t match up with your expectations. Sometimes you’ll get a blast from a salesperson that’s trying to up-sale a product you’re already using or aware of, and other times you may just get an automated email that doesn’t provide any value at all. It would be great if there was a filter you could apply to your emails to ensure that you only receive quality content that’s pertinent to your needs.
Thankfully, AWeber gives you the option of applying filters to your emails. To be able to do this, first you need to click the gear icon next to the Inline Editor you’re using to compose your email. Then, from the drop-down menu, you can select the Subscriber option. AWeber will ask you if you want to filter your content based on the email address. Simply choose Yes, and you’ll see a checkbox appear next to the Inline Editor. You can apply this to all your future emails by unchecking the box and continuing to use the Inline Editor. You can also do this on a per-email basis by checking the box next to the Inline Editor you’re using to compose that particular email.
This feature is great when you’re dealing with bulk emailing. For example, if you’re an email marketer for a major brand and you want to send out hundreds of emails with the same content, you can use this feature to ensure that each email is individually tailored to the subscriber.
Sending Test Emails To Check Your On-Site Functionality
Another thing you can do with AWeber is to send test emails to check your on-site functionality. For example, let’s say you’re a web designer and you want to make sure that the site you’re building will look the same as the one you’ve designed. Then, you can send test emails to yourself to see if the site is functioning properly. To do this, first you’ll need to log in to your account. Then, from the homepage, click the gear icon next to the Inline Editor you’re using. From there, you can select the Send Test Alerts option. This will send out test emails to yourself with a subject line that contains the word TEST. AWeber will then check for on-site functionality and will email you back with any errors it finds. You can then use this information to correct the issues and continue testing.
Why Should You Try AWeber?
At this point, you may be wondering why you should try AWeber. It’s because, quite simply, there is no other email marketing tool that offers so much value and functionality combined into one platform.
AWeber was originally created for busy marketers who want to keep their inboxes clutter-free. So if you want to quickly organize email replies, create different drafts for different email lists, and use the inline editor to compose your emails, then AWeber is the tool for you.
Additionally, AWeber provides you with a number of powerful features that make the process of building and managing your email list easier. To name just a few: filters, auto-replies, and much more.