Aweber - lead generation from salespage?

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Hi

I'm sure that within aweber you used to be able to set up an opt-in form where you could get it "pop-up" so that you could listbuild from salespages.

With the new funky form generation tool I can't seem to find it, am I just being thick?

If they have stopped it, what is the best way to add an aweber pop-up to a salespage?
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  • Profile picture of the author heavyjay
    Hey Andrew,
    If you can do anything at all in Aweber you are light years ahead of me. I bought your Safelist Secrets back in February and it is just sitting on my hard drive. I can't figure out Aweber and I have no clue what Affiliate Funnel is or what it's supposed to do. Guess I wasn't cut out for internet marketing. :confused:
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  • Profile picture of the author akmaher
    Hi Andrew,

    Just go into aweber, under webforms and create new. Then under type choose from inline, pop over, etc. The nice thing about the pop over I just started using, is you can set the length of time before it pops up. Hope this helps.
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    • Profile picture of the author elrascal
      Originally Posted by akmaher View Post

      Hi Andrew,

      Just go into aweber, under webforms and create new. Then under type choose from inline, pop over, etc. The nice thing about the pop over I just started using, is you can set the length of time before it pops up. Hope this helps.
      I have just started using awebers lightbox and so far the conversion rates look good.

      I have got my delay set to ten seconds.

      However I find that I am getting a lower rate of people confirming their subscriptions
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      • Profile picture of the author genhorrall
        Originally Posted by elrascal View Post


        However I find that I am getting a lower rate of people confirming their subscriptions
        They say that most people do not stay on a site more than 2.3 seconds. Maybe you should set your pop over to something closer to 2 or 3 seconds. Does not seem like a long time, but it is when you consider these odds.

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    • Profile picture of the author genhorrall
      Originally Posted by akmaher View Post

      Hi Andrew,

      Just go into aweber, under webforms and create new. Then under type choose from inline, pop over, etc. The nice thing about the pop over I just started using, is you can set the length of time before it pops up. Hope this helps.

      This is how you do it Andrew. He is right. So when you go to the webforms, there is a little button that says inline next to it. I really like the pop over, instead of the pop up. It even tells you that now days, the pop ups mostly get blocked, but the pop over works a lot like it. Play around with everything and get really acquainted with it. It will definitely worth it to learn where everything is and what it does.
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