How to separate buyers and non-buyers? (Segmentation)

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Is there a way to do so WITHOUT asking them to reopt-in?

I have a funnel that redirect people to an offer after they opt-in. So, i don't want them to opt-in AGAIN after buying. I want to separate them from those who didn't buy so i don't spam them with the same product they already purchased.

I'm using AWeber. So, how to separate the buyers and the non-buyers?

AND, there is a way to do so with affiliate marketing too? or this only could be done if it's my own product?
#buyers #nonbuyers #segmentation #separate
  • Profile picture of the author brodel34
    When I asked this I was nearly beaten with a baseball bat and told to never come back before contacting aweber first. Glad u didn't have that experience here.

    I think the only way to do it outside of your own Paypal product would be with awprotools. I've never used it but I hear it's used for this sort of thing. I'm still wondering how an Autoresponder can know if someone purchased an affiliate offer or not.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by brodel34 View Post

      When I asked this I was nearly beaten with a baseball bat and told to never come back before contacting aweber first. Glad u didn't have that experience here.
      To be fair, it was more like a wiffle ball bat wrapped in ballons.
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  • Profile picture of the author shermancox
    yeah...I don't think Aweber regular will do that...

    but awprotools will do that for you as brodel said...you create a special link...

    another thing you might consider is to tag those who buy the product...that way no matter which group you put the person in either now or in the future...you will have him "tagged" as a buyer of the product...

    you can do that as well in awprotools...

    I am just now starting to play around with tagging in active campaign....
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  • Profile picture of the author AhmedFouad96
    So, there are only two ways:
    1. Using AWeber, i have to ask them to opt-in AGAIN.
    2. or Pay $50/mo for awprotool.

    No other options?
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  • Profile picture of the author askmarcus
    Originally Posted by AhmedFouad96 View Post

    Is there a way to do so WITHOUT asking them to reopt-in?

    I have a funnel that redirect people to an offer after they opt-in. So, i don't want them to opt-in AGAIN after buying. I want to separate them from those who didn't buy so i don't spam them with the same product they already purchased.

    I'm using AWeber. So, how to separate the buyers and the non-buyers?

    AND, there is a way to do so with affiliate marketing too? or this only could be done if it's my own product?
    are you referring to active and not active email list?

    or if to separate buyers and non-buyers... dont think aweber can... i believe other autoresponders also cannot do that...
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  • Profile picture of the author henryw1981
    The double optin is good to seperate the serious subscribers from the lookers. If you don't want to do double optins and its within your budget then awprotool would be the way to go. Also I agree with the previous warrior that tagging your customers would help also.
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Harris
    I use GetResponse and there's an automation thing on there where they can be changed from one list to another if they do something, in your case buy a product.
    Do they not have the same thing with Aweber?
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  • Profile picture of the author Edwin Torres
    ActiveCampaign (which is the autoresponder I use) lets you segment people when they click a link. AWProTools lets you do the same thing but it only works with Aweber.
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