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  1. Leslie, I switched over to GetResponse because of your rave reviews about the autoresponder. That is really important to me as I work on reaching out to my readers more. What you have done here is an amazing resource. Cannot wait to dive in!

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  2. You sold me a while back Leslie, I’m just a little lazy. I finally made the switch from AWeber today. I made certain my cookies were cleared and that I used your affiliate link.

    I got my lists moved to GetResponse trouble free and updated my LeadPages and LeadBoxes’ integration. Now I’m redesigning our VIP page and next I’ll get started on a newer lead magnet. How fun is this stuff? Love it!
    Thank you for all that you do and Happy New Year.

  3. Hey Leslie, we switched to get response based on your recommendation and the editor to create custom emails is pretty terrible to use. It is really difficult to upload your own images and when you get them in you cannot center them, they don’t have very many options for customizing the emails and it has been really frustrating. I was looking for a resource here to help us use the editor but did not find one, have you had any issues with this and is there any way you could possibly create a resource to help us learn? We tried contacting them with some of our problems to no avail, we lost our first 10 new subscribers when we started even though they told us they would still be there because the sign up page we created with them was broken. It sounds like you have been having a really good experience so any help would be greatly appreciated!

    1. Ahh man, AJ you must not understand how to use the editor because it’s pretty awesome. I do have a tutorial on how to do it. You can watch it here – http://www.becomeablogger.com/19995/create-custom-email-template-in-getresponse/

      You’ll see how easy it is to do – MUCH easier than Aweber. I can literally get an email template to look like ANY website within 10 minutes (and I’ve done a number of them).

      Watch that video and let me know what you think. In terms of transferring subscribers, if you’re moving from another service you don’t want to make them resubscribe. You just need to import them into GetResponse. It’s a pretty easy process. See this video – http://www.becomeablogger.com/getresponse-resources/aweber-to-getresponse/

      Hope that helps.

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  4. Leslie, how do you rank ConvertKit? I am seeing it all over the place. I am currently trying to decide where to start. So far the free level of Mailchimp seems to fit the bill as I am a newbie and literally have no list yet:)

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