I’m considering setting up a coreg path with an Aweber list but it seems pretty risky to set up a direct line of communication with a person you just enrolled in a mobile subscription they may or may not have realized they were signing up for…
doesn’t that seem kinda risky to allow them to have a connection to you through Aweber? would it make more sense to just do the coreg hit and run style and move on?
send the leads to someone else…and have them deal with that….never had much luck with any coreg leads I collected…..I can’t say I gave it 110% though……I tried a few sequences for a few dif offers got a lot of spam complaints…..and kinda moved on…..
Dont use aweber because they require double optin if you use the API. Go with someone like iContact where you can do single optin via the API.
… or host your own ‘aweber’ with a script like ‘Interspire Email Marketing’ – only need single user license ($495), but its pretty kick ass, source code is not protected once you purchase, and you can have as many millions of people in each list as you want!
yes true and there are cheaper software as well….but you still need to send the email….which means you need t get setup with sendgrid or smtp.com to mail…so it actually gets to the inbox….
then you run the risk of them blocking you as well if what your mailing is getting reported as spam….
mailing is a science and a art….
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