The latest Aweber Blog post is titled “How to Collect Testimonials”. [Aweber Blog]


Aweber latest blog post:

How to Collect Testimonials

When used properly, customer testimonials can help you build a list of engaged email newsletter subscribers and increase sales.

Testimonials can alleviate tension during the sign up process and can potentially increase product sales once subscribers are on your email list. But how do you collect worthwhile feedback when you have none to begin with?

How to Collect Testimonials

Aweber Blog

Located in Newtown, PA AWeber Communications develops and manages online opt-in email newsletters, follow-up automation, and email deliverability services for small business customers around the world. Customers access our website 24/7 to manage and send their newsletters to recipients who have specifically opted in on their website to receive that information. AWeber’s founder, Tom Kulzer, believes very strongly in ethical opt-in email marketing and has developed strong policies and procedures to prevent abuse.

 

 

 

 


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