How to Use Your Saved Email Template in AWeber

If you’re reading this, I assume you’re either a) an AWeber user or b) a potential AWeber user who has questions about how to make the most of their email marketing tool.

With AWeber, you can create an email blast that will look essentially the same (and feel entirely native) to users regardless of whether they’re on a desktop or mobile device. And although it might feel like a lot of work at first, using your saved email templates in AWeber is ultimately quite easy.

The Basics

Creating a template in AWeber is fairly straightforward. First, you’ll need to log into your account. Then, you can click the “Create template” button in the top right corner of the screen.

When you do, you’ll see a blank email template in your inbox. Just like that, you have a usable email template saved in AWeber!

You can add text, links, and images to your email template and modify the design as much as you like. Once you’re happy with the way it looks, click the green “Save” button at the top right of the template to lock in your changes and create a reusable email.

The Downsides

While creating a template in AWeber is a lot easier than you might think, there are a few things you should know about before you begin using your freshly created email template. First, make sure that the email template you’re using is relevant to your audience. For example, if you’re sending an email to people in Taiwan or Thailand, don’t use a North American email template in your campaign.

Also, even though you can modify your template as much as you like, it’s usually best not to go overboard with customizing. Think of a restaurant’s logo on a T-shirt. Now, imagine that same logo on a bag, on a poster, and on an invitation. Yes, the logo will look the same in all the places, but the point is that it’s getting a little absurd. Going beyond making the template look good and keeping it simple will make your emails look (and feel) that little bit more special.

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