How To Add Opt In Aweber Code To My PLR Squeeze Page

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I am having difficulty in figuring out how to add aweber code to my squeeze page.Can Anyone post useful video tutorials or good helpful information please.

I really need It.
#add #aweber #code #opt #page #plr #squeeze
  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hlatky
    Are you using Wordpress, some other CMS, or just an HTML site?
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    • Profile picture of the author Jasjot Singh
      Originally Posted by Mike Hlatky View Post

      Are you using Wordpress, some other CMS, or just an HTML site?
      Hey Its A HTML Page,now any suggestions
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  • Profile picture of the author cashcow
    Usually if you just paste in the code from the form that you created in aweber that will work.

    Of course, you need to paste it into the proper place, so hopefully your squeeze page has some indication of where that is?

    On my PLR squeeze pages, I usually put the text "Place Autoresponder code here" so people know where to paste it, perhaps yours has the same kind of thing?

    So, basically you just create the form in your aweber account and then paste it into the appropriate place in the code of your squeeze page ... so either in the .html or .php file, or if it is a wordpress squeeze page, then you need to be in the html tab in wordpress.

    I'm not sure a video will help you much, I have one but it is specific to the squeeze pages I make so it might just end up confusing you if yours is different.

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    • Profile picture of the author Jasjot Singh
      Originally Posted by cashcow View Post

      Usually if you just paste in the code from the form that you created in aweber that will work.

      Of course, you need to paste it into the proper place, so hopefully your squeeze page has some indication of where that is?

      On my PLR squeeze pages, I usually put the text "Place Autoresponder code here" so people know where to paste it, perhaps yours has the same kind of thing?

      So, basically you just create the form in your aweber account and then paste it into the appropriate place in the code of your squeeze page ... so either in the .html or .php file, or if it is a wordpress squeeze page, then you need to be in the html tab in wordpress.

      I'm not sure a video will help you much, I have one but it is specific to the squeeze pages I make so it might just end up confusing you if yours is different.

      Lee
      Basically what you mean is that get the HTML version of the code and in your editor highlight the opt in form and paste the code in their as simple as that but without creating a web form of yours right.
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      • Profile picture of the author cashcow
        Originally Posted by Jasjot Singh View Post

        Basically what you mean is that get the HTML version of the code and in your editor highlight the opt in form and paste the code in their as simple as that but without creating a web form of yours right.
        You can paste the javascript or the php. I dont use aweber, I use getresponse, but what I usally do is create a form with just the name, email and submit buttons and then paste that code into my squeeze page. Not sure if you can just create a form like that with aweber?


        But, also you need to be careful because as Goliath stated above, there could be issues with they way it looks if you are using a template that requires a certain display.

        Not knowing what you are pasting it into, it's actually kind of hard for us to tell you exactly what to do.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jasjot Singh
          Originally Posted by cashcow View Post

          You can paste the javascript or the php. I dont use aweber, I use getresponse, but what I usally do is create a form with just the name, email and submit buttons and then paste that code into my squeeze page. Not sure if you can just create a form like that with aweber?


          But, also you need to be careful because as Goliath stated above, there could be issues with they way it looks if you are using a template that requires a certain display.

          Not knowing what you are pasting it into, it's actually kind of hard for us to tell you exactly what to do.
          I have attached a file above,now explain how to add code to a ready made page like this
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          • Profile picture of the author KevinTorrence
            Here you go ... I set it up so you can just paste the code from Aweber into the area I changed using your html program

            I use the free html program called Kompozer.

            Using that program, go to the "Source" tab at the bottom and look for the part that says [******Insert Aweber Code HERE******] and plug it in.

            Then upload it to your site with your FTP program (I use FileZilla which is free).


            ***** (Oops, I couldn't attach the .html file to this reply ... I can email it to you though if you want)

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            • Profile picture of the author Jasjot Singh
              Originally Posted by KevinTorrence View Post

              Here you go ... I set it up so you can just paste the code from Aweber into the area I changed using your html program

              I use the free html program called Kompozer.

              Using that program, go to the "Source" tab at the bottom and look for the part that says [******Insert Aweber Code HERE******] and plug it in.

              Then upload it to your site with your FTP program (I use FileZilla which is free).


              ***** (Oops, I couldn't attach the .html file to this reply ... I can email it to you though if you want)

              Hey kevin e-mail me that .html file.
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  • Profile picture of the author Goliath
    If you're using the entire web form that is design in Aweber, it should just be a copy and paste method. Wherever you put the code in your html file, or php file, or even a simple wordpress widget, it shows the exact form you design in Aweber.

    However, if you're using just the Fields and Submit button from Aweber, and the rest of the form is actually design in your webpage, you're gonna need some html skills or php... depending on your squeeze page to identify the code of form and insert the Aweber code accordingly.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike Hlatky
    Just copy the Javascript code and place it where you need it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Meaney
    Here's a video that will help
    Create Email Marketing Campaign - AWeber

    From 4:40 you'll find the code to paste.
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  • Profile picture of the author mikemcmillan
    Like Mike said above, just copy and paste the code.

    With aWeber you can paste in the code as javascript or HTML. The javascript thingie is much shorter, and--if you use the js code you won't have to reload the code every time you make changes to it (if you do) in your aWeber form--it will update on your site automatically. --Mike
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Wells
    Originally Posted by Jasjot Singh View Post

    I am having difficulty in figuring out how to add aweber code to my squeeze page.Can Anyone post useful video tutorials or good helpful information please.

    I really need It.
    Not sure if this has been answered yet or not? But if you are copy pasting the aweber code into a custom designed squeeze page, most likely it will break the graphics.

    There was a wso a while back that in my opinion should have been bought by pretty much everyone who is new or not technically savvy. Within that WSO were many, many video tutorials all up-to-date about many things.

    Your specific issue was covered in detail, I cant just give you the video, but I can tell you where to find it, it was not that expensive at all, especially for the amount of learning you received.

    I am not sure If I can post the link to the WSO, but if you look up MyWebWork who a Warrior named Bill, you can search his past threads started and find his WSO, I think its the only one he has ever done.


    All the best,
    Steve
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  • Profile picture of the author mattcranfield
    Hello Jasjot,
    If you can send me the following information from you Aweber Form HTML code I will modify the code and send it back to you.

    Aweber Form id =
    Aweber List name =
    Redirect Page =

    I've tested it with my aweber details and it works.
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