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Aweber survey integration

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Aweber survey integration

Looking to elevate your email marketing with direct customer insights? Integrating Aweber with Asklayer brings a new level of engagement by incorporating NPS, post-purchase, and CSAT surveys right into your email campaigns. This powerful combination not only enriches your strategy with actionable feedback but also deepens connections with your audience by addressing their specific experiences and needs.

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Aweber stands as a comprehensive email marketing platform, providing robust tools for creating, sending, and analyzing email campaigns. Its integration with Asklayer enhances its capability by adding a valuable layer of customer feedback, making every email an opportunity for engagement and growth.

How to use this integration

This integration uses webhooks. Set up a hook catching service such as Make.com or Zapier and send the webhook via the ‘actions’ tab of the survey editor.

In depth instructions can be found here

Example use cases:

Feel out how subscribers are reacting to your email content's frequency, relevance, and value, using Aweber to distribute and Asklayer to analyze responses.
After a major campaign, send a survey to assess the impact it had, understanding what worked and what didn’t, to inform future campaigns.
Welcome Email Feedback: Shortly after new subscribers receive a welcome email, ask for their initial impressions to optimize the onboarding experience.

Product Interest Survey: Identify which products or services subscribers are most interested in to tailor your Aweber email campaigns.

Annual Subscriber Review: End the year by asking subscribers to review their experience with your content, seeking suggestions for improvement.

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How to use this integration

This integration uses webhooks. Set up a hook catching service such as Make.com or Zapier and send the webhook via the ‘actions’ tab of the survey editor.

In depth instructions can be found here