In today’s podcast I walk you through the process of sending a broadcast message to my your own pay podcast club waiting list in the AWeber system. If you’re not on the waiting list, I recommend you save your spot now, some of the things I’ve got coming up will definitely help you especially if you’re impressed with this content. Speaking of your being impressed with today’s content, if you like it that much, don’t forget to share with your favorite social media site because someone else might enjoy it as well.
By the end of today’s podcast you’ll have a clear understanding I hope of how to create a broadcast message in Aweber. You’ll also understand how to schedule the broadcast message, and include or exclude the list that you’d like to send that message too. Additionally, I mentioned the AWeber personalization code and you can find those codes on the What Can I Personalize In My Messages Page
You can follow pretty much the same steps to create a broadcast for one list, or multiple lists. Additionally, use the information provided in today’s podcast to experiment and figure out how to build a follow-up sequence in Aweber. They have recently changed to “campaigns”, and that’s why in the audio you hear their follow-up system referred to as “legacy follow up”.
I will be producing some additional teachings to come out on Tuesdays, and don’t forget to get connected with the podcast. We are available in iTunes, stitcher, and even Google play music. Though today’s episode was a bit delayed, that being my fault, normally we post episodes between 3 PM Pacific and 6 PM Pacific every day. Sundays I chat with you about stories, and Mondays are my motivation days. Tuesdays are teachings, and Wednesdays are WordPress. Thursdays we chat about thriving, and Fridays are my interviews. Saturday we find success tips, and through The entire week you can always hit me up on Twitter, or connect with me via Facebook.
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