Taking Buyers Off Your List

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I am going through the Mass Control Mindset and see Frank talking about taking buyers off your list so they no longer receive the messages going to the new people who have bought from you before.

I suppose these buyers then get moved to a new list so you can still plug away and send them emails.

Is there a way to automate this process with Aweber?

I have always wondered about this before, but have never looked into it.

Thanks in advance!
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  • Profile picture of the author J. Barry Mandel
    If buyers get moved to a new list that would mean they would have to subscribe to a whole new list.

    I'm confused
    • Profile picture of the author matthewd
      Some systems can do it automatically, but you can't do it with Clickbank that I know of.

      The way I do it, and the only way I know how with Clickbank is to have customers confirm their order by opting-in to the customer list. This list is set in Aweber to unsubscribe them from the prospect list.

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