Using aweber or feeburner with a blog?

by tom03 5 replies
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!

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  • 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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    • Profile picture of the author Stanley Tang
      Use both. Some prefer to subscribe via email, while others like to read them off their RSS feed reader.
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      • Profile picture of the author tom03
        Thanks for the responses. I am thinking of having two aweber lists for the same site. One for the newsletter signup, which gives the readers the free report, and another list for rss readers. The rss readers will be sent blog broadcasts through aweber.
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