AWeber is one of the giants in the affiliate marketing world, providing a platform for hundreds of thousands of marketers to get organized and make money from their online activities. Because of its popularity, it’s pretty easy for us to assume that if you’re reading this article, you already have an account with AWeber. If you’re interested in learning more about how to add your AWeber account to various apps and browsers, keep reading.
If you use Google Chrome, there’s a very easy way to get your AWeber account fully integrated into your browser. All you need is the AWeber Chrome extension, which can be accessed directly from the Chrome store. After you install the extension, open up your settings and navigate to the “Extensions” tab. You’ll see a list of all the extensions you have installed. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you’ll see an option called “AWeber,” followed by a couple of other similarly named extensions.
If you click the “AWeber” extension, you’ll see a screen similar to this:
If you click the “Get Started” button at the top right of the screen, you’ll be brought to the AWeber dashboard. If you navigate to the “My Account” section, you’ll see all the info you need to connect with your Google account:
As you can see, the AWeber Chrome extension automatically signs you in, and gives you all the information you need to connect with your account. No more emails from AWeber with forgotten passwords! To log in to AWeber, all you need to do is click on the “Login” button at the top right of the page.
If you use Apple Safari, installing the AWeber Chrome extension is also pretty straight-forward. After you install it, you’ll see a padlock in the browser window, indicating that the extension has been successfully installed:
As for getting information in to your account, you can use the same method described above for Google Chrome—simply click the “Get Started” button to be taken directly to the AWeber dashboard. Alternatively, you can also access the information by clicking on the magnifying glass icon in the top right of the browser window, and typing in your email address (if you’ve provided one during sign-up).
The process of adding your AWeber account to Mozilla Firefox is even easier, simply due to the fact that it uses the same Google Chrome engine. After you install the extension, all you need to do is click the “Get Started” button, and you’ll be taken directly to the AWeber dashboard. From there, you can log in to your account using the information provided during sign-up. (Make sure you’ve logged out of your Google account before trying to log in with AWeber).
Microsoft Edge is the web browser that runs on Windows 10. It was built from the ground up to be a modern browser with fast speeds and great functionality. For our purposes, it’s significantly simpler to add your AWeber account to Microsoft Edge, simply because it doesn’t come with any pre-installed extensions. (You must download and install the Microsoft Edge extension from the Microsoft website).
Once you’ve installed the extension, simply click the button that says “Get started” and you’ll be brought to the AWeber dashboard. From there, you can log in to your account using the information provided during sign-up. (It’s also possible to add your AWeber account via the Microsoft Edge app—by navigating to “Settings,” then “Accounts,” and tapping the “+” button at the bottom of the screen).
Opera is another popular choice among users, and makes for an easy integration as well. Simply install the extension from the Opera store, and you’ll see a padlock appear in the browser window:
As with the other browsers, you can access your AWeber dashboard from the Opera browser by simply clicking the “Get Started” button, or by tapping the “i” icon in the top right of the browser and entering your email address. Your account will then be connected and you can begin using the platform.
Safari is the third-most popular web browser, after Google Chrome and Firefox. It’s included with all editions of MacOS, and is also available for Windows and Linux. One of the things that makes Safari so user-friendly is that it comes with built-in Apple Pay support, as well as a “Skip to the End” button that takes you directly to the part of the web page you’re reading. (If you’re a regular Chrome user, you may find that Safari’s lack of extensions makes it simpler to use).
To add your AWeber account to Safari, simply search for it in the Safari store, and click the “+” button at the bottom of the screen to add it. If you want to log in to AWeber, you can enter your email address in the upper right corner of the browser window.
Chromium is the open-source project that underlies Google Chrome, as well as other incarnations such as the Opera web browser. For our purposes, the most important thing about Chromium is that it can be integrated with third-party apps using the native “web browser” APIs (application programming interfaces).
If you use Chromium, it would be beneficial to have a shortcut to your AWeber dashboard easily accessible from your browser. To achieve this, you can create a shortcut on your desktop that runs a custom Google Chrome app, which will load up your AWeber account automatically.
If you use Internet Explorer, you’ll find it fairly straightforward to integrate your AWeber account into the browser. Simply search for it in the Store, and click on the “+” button to add it. After you’ve added the extension, you can navigate to the “Extensions” tab in the settings (gear icon) menu, and toggle the “Active” button next to “AWeber.” Now click on the “Internet Options” icon in the tools menu, and select the “Custom” tab, followed by the “Extensions” tab, to bring up all the browser extensions installed on your system. From here, you can simply remove the extension that is no longer needed, and click on the “OK” button to save the changes.
If you use Edge, it would be beneficial to have a shortcut to your AWeber dashboard easily accessible from your browser. This can be easily achieved by creating a shortcut to the Google Chrome app, which will load your AWeber account automatically.