OptinMonster offers seamless integration with AWeber. Connecting OptinMonster to your AWeber account email list is very easy. Follow our step by step guide on how to connect OptinMonster with AWeber.
- Integrations Tab
- Register AWeber
- Log into Your AWeber Account
- Authorization Code
- Add a Personal Label
- Select a List
- Configure Lead Options (optional)
In the optin builder, select the Integrations tab to view the Integrations panel.
If this is your first time connecting an integration to your optin you’ll see a “New Integration” item in the Integrations panel of the builder. Select that to begin configuring your integration.
Next, select AWeber from the Email Provider dropdown.
OptinMonster uses OAuth2 to securely connect with AWeber. Select the Register with AWeber button to start the authorization process.
A popup window will appear for your AWeber login. Enter your AWeber credentials and select Allow Access.
AWeber will then provide you with an Authorization Code to copy and paste into the provided field in the optin builder.
Once you’ve pasted your Authorization Code into the provided field, give your AWeber Integration a label and click Connect with AWeber.
OptinMonster will now connect to your AWeber account and fetch your email lists. Choose an email list you want users to subscribe to.
You’ll also have the option to specify Lead Tags and an Ad Tracking Identifier for your optin.
That’s all, you have successfully connected OptinMonster to your AWeber account!
Q: How do I enable Single Opt-in for AWeber?
A: To enable single opt-in for AWeber please follow our guide: How to Enable Single-Optin for AWeber in OptinMonster.
Q: Is it possible for me to add a Phone Field to my optin?
A: Yes! You can add a phone field. Check out How to Capture Phone Numbers with OptinMonster here.
Q: What if I want to additional fields to my form?
A: You can do this using our Custom HTML integration, rather than our native Aweber integration shown above. When creating your Aweber form to add to the Custom HTML integration, you’ll want to be sure to switch the button type to HTML in Aweber.
This will ensure your button contains all of the necessary HTML needed for your form to work as expected.