Are you an email marketer or business looking for a change? If you are looking to switch from GetResponse to AWeber, you’re in the right place. In this guide, we’ll walk you through the process of switching from GetResponse to AWeber, step by step.
Step 1: Export Your Current Subscriber List from GetResponse
The first step is to export your current subscriber list from GetResponse. You can export a list of subscribers as a .csv file, which will include the contact information of your subscribers. To do this, log into GetResponse and select the Contacts tab. Once you’re there, click on the Export tab at the top of the page, and select the list you wish to export. Then click the Export button to generate the .csv file.
Step 2: Import Your Subscriber List to AWeber
Now that you have exported your subscriber list, you can import it into AWeber. To do this, log into your AWeber account and select the Lists tab. Once you’re there, click on the Import tab at the top of the page, and select the list you wish to import. Then click the Import button to add the list to your AWeber account. It’s important to note that AWeber requires that all imported lists include a valid email address for each contact. If there are any invalid email addresses, the list will not be processed.
Step 3: Migrate Your Email Campaigns from GetResponse to AWeber
The next step is to migrate your email campaigns from GetResponse to AWeber. To do this, log into GetResponse and select the Campaigns tab. Once you’re there, click on the Migrate tab at the top of the page, and select the campaign you wish to migrate. Then click the Migrate button to start the migration process. Once your campaigns are migrated, you can use AWeber’s drag-and-drop editor to customize your emails and campaigns.
Step 4: Test Your Email Campaigns and Send Them to Your Subscribers
The last step is to test your email campaigns and send them to your subscribers. To do this, log into AWeber and select the Campaigns tab. Once you’re there, click on the Campaigns tab at the top of the page, and select the campaign you wish to send. Then click the Send button to send your campaign to your subscribers. It’s also important to make sure that you have a valid opt-in form on your website so that you can continue to build your list.
Switching from GetResponse to AWeber is a straightforward process. With the steps outlined above, you can easily export your subscriber list from GetResponse and import it into AWeber, migrate your campaigns, and test them before sending them to your subscribers. We hope this guide has been helpful in helping you switch from GetResponse to AWeber. Good luck!