How To Transfer Your Email List From Aweber To GetResponse

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How to transfer your email list from Aweber to GetResponse.

I've been getting a lot of questions lately about how to transfer an existing mailing list from Aweber to GetResponse. For years Aweber has been the standard with internet marketers. But recently there's been a shift in popularity towards GetResponse.

How To Move Your Email Lists From Aweber To GetResponse

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Why Are So Many People Switching To GetResponse?

Aweber to GetResponseThere are all kinds of reasons why I chose to move – a faster, more responsive interface, easy-to-use drag-and-drop editor, hundreds of beautiful templates and a significantly lower cost.

I also found out that Aweber counts a single email address found in multiple campaigns as multiple email addresses when calculating cost. So if you have customers subscribed to more than one list (and I think most of us to), you're often paying double.

GetResponse only charges you once per address.

I personally feel like GetResponse is the much better option, but it still took me a while to make the switch… why?

Because I thought moving my email lists was going to be a huge pain.

Turns out it's a whole lot easier than I thought it was going to be…  and since making the switch, I couldn't be happier.

With GetResponse, I email more often and it saves me time on every email!

Check out this quick video where I show you how fast and easy it is to get your email lists moved over…

Comments

  1. This is very interesting. I have been with Aweber for many years and have thought about moving a couple times, but the whole idea really overwhelmed me. The video shows you how easy it is. And I like the idea that you can save money by doing it. Who knows, maybe I’ll get this done by the end of the year, Dawn. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us.
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  2. Thanks for posting! I want do it soon cause I think that GetResponse is much better than Aweber.

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