You’ve probably heard of AWeber. It’s the go-to email marketing tool for many bloggers. And you might be wondering: How do I handle my opt-in messages from AWeber?
Is it okay to opt-in for marketing emails from AWeber? Would you consider email marketing to be spam if you’re not expecting to be kept in the loop about future products or offers?
Let’s dive into how to handle your opt-in messages from AWeber.
AWeber’s Opt-in Page
When you setup your account with AWeber, they’ll ask you a few questions about your blog. Then, they’ll ask you to verify the email address associated with your account. Finally, you’ll be presented with the standard opt-in form.
Usually, this is where you’d click “Submit” to have the form process your request and get your email added to the AWeber list. But before you do that, you might want to read our guide on how to stop receiving blanket emails from AWeber.
However, if you’d rather not get any more emails from AWeber, you can always delete your account. Just go to your dashboard and click on the “Unsubscribe” link near the top of the page. It’s that simple.
How to Handle Opt-in Messages From AWeber
Once you’ve confirmed your subscription, you can click on the “Unsubscribe” link near the top of the email list you’ll receive from AWeber. It will take you to a confirmation page that will ask you to confirm that you want to unsubscribe from their list. Once you’ve confirmed your request, you won’t receive any more emails from them. Easy enough, right?
If you’d like, you can always go back and subscribe to their mailing list. Just remember that if you’ve unsubscribed, you won’t be receiving their emails any more. So make sure you click on the “Confirm Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of the page so they know you want to be removed from their list.
What About The Emails You Already Received From AWeber?
If you’ve already received emails from AWeber and confirmed your subscription, you can click on the “Unsubscribe” link near the top of the email you received. It will take you to a confirmation page that will ask you to confirm that you want to unsubscribe from their list. Once you’ve confirmed your request, you won’t receive any more emails from them. Easy enough, right?
Well, not exactly. If you’ve submitted your email to them and haven’t confirmed your subscription, then you’ll still receive their emails until you do. So you might as well keep them. You could always hide the emails you receive from AWeber in a folder named “Spam” or “AWeber” (depending on whether or not you want to keep them, respectively). Then, you can simply review the contents of this folder when you have time.
Are You Still Interested In Learning About How to Decline Opt-in Messages From AWeber?
If you’ve gone through the previous steps and confirmed your subscription but still want to learn more about how to decline opt-in messages from AWeber, then you can always click on the “Contact Us” link near the top of the email you received from them. From there, you can fill out a support ticket and have an agent from AWeber get back to you within 24 hours. You can also follow the instructions in the email you received to get to this Contact Us page. Once you’re there, you can click on the “Get Support” button to have an agent get back to you promptly.
If you’d rather not wait for someone to respond to your support request, then you can always call them directly. You can find their phone number (and even their phone’s extension) in the Contact Us page of their website. Just click on the “Contact Us” tab and you’ll find their number listed there. You can also leave a message and they’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
The Bottom Line
Ultimately, you’ll have to decide how you want to deal with opt-in messages from AWeber. Are you okay with receiving them? Still interested in learning more about how to decline them? Remember, you can always unsubscribe from their list. Just make sure you click on the “Confirm Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of the opt-in confirmation page before you do. Otherwise, you could end up in a bit of a pickle.