Do you want to test out a new product or service and don’t have the time to write an email to a friend to ask for their opinion? Or maybe you’re just curious what your email will look like whenever you send it.
No matter what your reason, you can use AWeber to quickly and easily preview your emails before you send them.
Go to AWeber and click the button to create a new lead.
Fill out the form as best you can and click Continue.
You’ll see a preview of your email on the right side of the screen. If you’re curious about what your email will look like, you can click the Preview button to open it in a new window.
If you want to send off this lead as soon as possible, click the Send button at the bottom of the screen.
AWeber will then send off your lead to the email address you entered and also attach the preview of your email to the end of the message.
If you want to view the preview of your email before sending it, simply click the Preview button in the top right corner of the screen to open the preview in a new window.
As you can see, AWeber allows you to quickly and easily check out the details of your email without having to actually send it and wait for the other person to reply. The best part? It saves you from any typos you may make because you’re just viewing the email as it would look when it’s compiled.
You can use AWeber for all sorts of email marketing campaigns.
You can use AWeber for all sorts of email marketing campaigns. From simple email campaigns where you just want to share a quick tip with your subscribers to more involved marketing campaigns where you want to use email to drive traffic to your website. (And don’t worry – you can do both at the same time.)
No matter what your goals, AWeber will have a plugin that can help you achieve them. From the basics like sending mail to the more advanced like analyzing campaign performance and optimizing subject lines and messages.
You can even use AWeber for branding purposes. If you’ve ever seen the “Harry Potter” website, you’ll know that J. K. Rowling used a very similar design language for her blog and the Harry Potter website. Now, if you visit those sites, you’ll see that they use AWeber because it has the same look and feel as the rest of their site.
Why should you use AWeber for all your email marketing needs?
There are many reasons why you should use AWeber for all your email marketing needs, but here are just a few.
- It’s easy to set up.
- It has a large and active community.
- It’s incredibly easy to use.
- It’s very affordable.
- It provides a full suite of advanced features.
- It has great support.
- It’s available in multiple languages.
- And the list goes on.
Above all else, AWeber is designed to make sending email easy. As a result, it has all the necessary features you need to get started and a community of people who are always willing to help.
How else can you use web previews in your emails?
Even if you don’t use AWeber, you can still use web previews in your emails. (And who knows – maybe you will in the future, but for now, let’s just focus on learning how to use web previews with AWeber.)
There are a few different ways you can use web previews in your emails, but the best one is likely the one you’ll use the least. When you compose an email in Gmail, you’ll see a small preview of what your email will look like at the top of the screen – similar to the one you see in AWeber.
However, in order to use this tool, you’ll first need to switch to HTML mode in Gmail.
To do this, click the gear wheel on the right side of the screen and choose Settings.
Then, from the “General” tab, click on the “Switch to HTML mode” button.
You’ll now see text instead of images in your emails. However, you can right click on any of the text and choose to show how the text will appear when it’s embedded in an image.
You can do this for any email you’ve already sent out. Just click the gear wheel on the right side of the screen and choose Settings to switch back to text-only mode.
Now, depending on your needs, you may want to switch back and forth between HTML and text mode to find the best setting for each scenario. However, this is something Gmail users have to get used to since the feature was designed with blog articles in mind.