As an email marketer, you know that your sending domain is an important part of your email strategy. Your sending domain is the domain name affiliated with your email, and it will help you build your reputation as a sender, so it’s important to get it set up correctly.
If you’re a customer of AWeber, you may have questions about how to find and set up your sending domain. Fortunately, AWeber makes it easy to find your sending domain, so here’s how to do it.
Step 1: Log in to your AWeber account
The first step is to log in to your AWeber account. If you don’t have an account yet, you can sign up for one here. Once you’re logged in, your account dashboard will open.
Step 2: Click on “Settings”
From your account dashboard, you’ll see a menu on the left side of the page. Click on the “Settings” option, which will open a page with several options.
Step 3: Choose “Sending Domains”
From the Settings page, click on the “Sending Domains” option. This will open a page that lists your sending domains and allows you to add or manage them.
Step 4: Add a sending domain
To add a sending domain, click the “Add Sending Domain” button. This will open a page where you can enter the name of the sending domain. You’ll also need to verify the domain. AWeber provides detailed instructions on how to verify the domain, so make sure to follow them carefully.
Step 5: Use your sending domain
Once your sending domain is verified, you’ll be able to use it for your emails. AWeber makes it easy to set up your sending domain for use with your campaigns. All you need to do is enter the sending domain in the “Sending From” field when creating a new campaign.
And that’s it! With those five simple steps, you can easily find and set up your sending domain in AWeber.
If you have any questions about setting up your sending domain, AWeber’s customer service team is available to help. You can reach them via chat, phone, or email. So don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it.
Good luck and happy emailing!