How to Setup Multiple Lead Magnets to One List with AWeber

If you’re looking for a tool to help you develop and maintain relationships with prospective customers then you’ve come to the right place. AWeber is the #1 affiliate marketing tool used by over 3 million marketers worldwide and is officially recommended by Google Adsense.

AWeber is a cloud-based software that allows you to create email marketing lists and manage campaigns from one place. This blog post will teach you how to setup multiple lead magnets to one list with AWeber.

Two Types of Lead Magnets

The first type of lead magnet to set up is a free downloadable eBook, whitepaper, or resource that you can give away for free. This is typically done in conjunction with a banner ad or a simple text link. When a person clicks the advertisement or the link and signs up for the free offer, you receive an affiliate commission.

The Second Type of Lead Magnet is One That requires No Action From the Recipient

The second type of lead magnet is the one that requires no action from the recipient. This type of lead magnet can be a graphic designed to resemble a telephone (with the company’s name and phone number in the center) or it could be a simple web form with the company’s name and phone number in the center.

Suffice it to say, you’ll have to put in some effort to make sure that these lead magnets generate sales. However, setting up a second type of lead magnet won’t generate as much revenue as the first type because almost all of the work has been done for you.

Step One: Create the List

The first step is to create the list. This can be done by going to Tools >(second from the top) and clicking Create a new list.  

You’ll see a form where you can enter the name of the list and choose the email newsletter format you’d like to use (free or paid).

You can also select the state or province you’re in and decide if you’d like to have the list open to Canada or the United States. 

Once you click Create list you’ll be taken to your list’s dashboard where you can begin to add subscribers.

Step Two: Distribute the List to Your Affiliates

The second step is to distribute the list to your affiliates. You can do this by going back to Tools (second from the top), selecting Distribute this list, and entering your email addresses (separated by commas).

You can choose to have your affiliates send the list to their fans or followers, or you could have them send it to anyone you choose (. 

Step Three: Configure Email Notifications

The third step is to configure email notifications. You can do this by going back to the Tools (second from the top) and selecting Configuration

Here you can choose what type of email notifications you want to receive:

  • Daily digest: Receive an email every day at a specific time with the latest news from the list.
  • Weekly summary: Receive an email once a week at a specific time with the list’s news.
  • Monthly summary: Receive an email once a month at a specific time with the latest news from the list.
  • On time: Receive an email whenever a new subscriber joins the list.
  • Auto responder: Set up an auto responder that triggers based on the list’s activity.

You can also choose to have the emails sent out at a specific time of day or on a specific weekday, or you can choose to have them sent out at random. 

Step Four: Test out the System

The fourth step is to test out the system. This can be done by going back to the Tools (second from the top), selecting Settings, and entering your email address (twice). 

You can then verify that you received the email by clicking Settings >(second from the top) >Update my email

If everything is set up correctly then you should see a red dot next to Send test emails before you submit your contact information. 

This step is important because it allows you to make sure that the list is live and that the email notifications are functioning properly before you begin to promote the list and send out emails to your subscribers.

Step Five: Promote the List

The fifth step is to promote the list. You can do this by going back to the Tools (second from the top) and selecting Promote this list

Here you can choose what type of content you want to promote:

  • Blog posts: Promote blog posts that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Product reviews: Promote reviews for relevant products that are associated with the list.
  • Videos: Promote videos that are relevant to the list.
  • PDFs: Promote PDFs that are associated with the list (e.g. relevant products and white papers).
  • Webinars: Promote webinars that are relevant to the list.
  • Checklists: Promote checklists that are relevant to the list.
  • Catalogues: Promote catalogues that are relevant to the list (e.g. relevant products and upcoming events).
  • Guides & how-to’s: Promote guides & how-to’s that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Case studies: Promote case studies that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Events: Promote events that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Web sites: Promote web sites that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Product pages: Promote product pages that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Press releases: Promote press releases that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Sales pages: Promote sales pages that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).
  • Charity projects: Promote charity projects that are relevant to the list (e.g. related products and upcoming events).

You can choose to have the emails sent out at a specific time of day or on a specific weekday, or you can choose to have them sent out at random.

You can choose to have the emails sent to your fans or followers, or you could have them sent to anyone you choose (. 

You can choose to have the emails sent out at a specific time of day or on a specific weekday, or you can choose to have them sent out at random. 

Once you’ve chosen the type of content you want to promote (step 5) then you can begin entering your affiliate links into the content.

For example, if you’re promoting a case study on the list then you’d enter the relevant case study’s affiliate link in the content.

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