Using aweber or feeburner with a blog?

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I currently have a blog that I consistently write to and wondering what the best way to get members to signup to my newsletter and create a working relationship with them. Do you use aweber or feedburner to get subscribers? I already have a list going with aweber and I use a free report to attract members.

Is there any advantage of using feedburner? Should I just use aweber to send blog broadcasts?

Should I just put an aweber signup form to the top right of the blog?

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  • Profile picture of the author Peter Bestel
    There's very little effort in doing both of your suggestions, and no downside, so go do it!

  • Profile picture of the author MikeLantz
    Originally Posted by tom03 View Post

    Should I just put an aweber signup form to the top right of the blog?
    That is a good place to start. I recommend making the box stand out a bit with color/graphics and using a good call-to-action.

    Make sure there are clear benefits to your reader that make them want to signup.


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