NOW WITH ELEMENTOR & WEB PUSH NOTIFICATION SUPPORT!!!
Grow your email list quickly and easily with this AWeber plugin. Set up this plugin to:
Embed AWeber landing pages & sign up forms on your WordPress site.
Send contacts captured via Elementor to AWeber.
Add visitors who fill out a sign up form on your WordPress site to AWeber.
Add visitors who leave a comment on your WordPress site to AWeber.
Track your sign up forms’ success.
Use web push notifications on your WordPress site.
Email marketing allows you to reconnect with your website visitors, create an enthusiastic audience, and make more sales. Here’s how connecting AWeber to your WordPress site can boost your success:
Increase your email subscribers immediately when you add landing pages and sign up forms across your website.
Track sign up form copy and location — see what’s working to grow your list and what’s not.
AWeber works with Elementor. Get your subscribers into AWeber using our forms or theirs.
Collect custom information about your subscribers and send targeted emails.
Send automatic welcome emails to new subscribers who sign up on your WordPress site.
Allow visitors to opt in to web push notifications. Let them know about new content and promotions.
Need help? Here’s our step-by-step plugin install walkthrough.
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This plugin provides 1 block.
- AWeber for WordPress
Please consult our knowledge base for a step-by-step walkthrough of how to install AWeber’s WordPress plugin.
Call, chat, or email our friendly experts! The award-winning AWeber Customer Solutions team is available 24/7 from our Pennsylvania HQ to help you with any plugin problems or questions.
If you’re manually installing the widget as a .zip, make sure you upload it to “/wp-content/plugins/”. Once installed, activate it on your Plugins page by clicking the Activate link.
Contributors & Developers
“AWeber for WordPress” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
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- Pull all lists from an AWeber account
- Updated the ReadMe content
- Updated Tested upto WordPress version.
- Added Block Based Widget support for AWeber Sign Up Form.
- Updated ‘Tested up to’ to 5.8
- New connections uses OAuth2 to communicate with AWeber account.
- Show AWeber plugin version in widget and sign up Forms.
- Added support to integrate web push notifications from your AWeber account.
- Updated ‘Tested up to’ to 5.7
- Bugfix for the plugin is not picking up the sign up forms created in the account
- Increased WordPress plugin usability.
- Create a copy of WordPress page when linking landing page.
- Updated ‘Tested up to’ to 5.6
- Fix to use third party analytics with landing pages.
- Fix to the landing page images are not displayed through WordPress.
- Small css fix to remove scroll bar for landing pages.
- Bug fix for saving configurations.
- Bug fix for disconnecting on settings save
- Remove deprecated jQuery usages
- Update landing page default name
- Remove Google Analytics from plugin.
- Small fix to ensure admin CSS is not loading live pages.
- Fixes a bug where you could not deselect adding a subscriber on both comment and registration.
- Added Landing Pages to the plugin. Quickly add AWeber Landing Pages to your WordPress website.
- Update Logo for plugin
- Bug fix for selecting short code in the Classic editor.
- Added support for Elementor Pro.
- Added support for Elementor.
- Bug fix for reauthorizing an account
- Bug fix for specific php configurations
- Minor tweaks
- Minor visual fix
- Various user experience tweaks and bug fixes
- Revamped the look and feel
- Moved the Location on the Forms screen to a popup window
- Added Preview option to the Forms screen
- Moved System Info to the Settings screen and added IP address
- Bug fixes & support for WordPress 5.3
- Fixed an issue where the sign up form selector is not appearing in the editors.
- Added sign up form selector to the standard editor and the Gutenberg editor.
- Updated the Where column to include the use of shortcodes throughout your WordPress website.
- Minor UI/UX tweaks
- Fixed an issue where subscribers were not being added when commenting.
- Fixed an issue where subscribers were not being added when commenting.
- Various user experience tweaks
- Separated commenting from new user settings
- Added tag support for commenting and new users
- Added shortcode support for sign up forms and split test forms
- Fixed issue with missing resources
- Moved widget into its own top level menu
- Fixed class declaration conflicts with other plugins
- Added a ‘Sign Up Forms’ screen to see stats
- Added a ‘System Info’ screen for troubleshooting
- Removed the requirement to use cURL
- Added HTML comment to identify webforms added
- Updated error messaging to be more descriptive
- Updated the app store listing
- Minimum WordPress version of 4.7
- Minimum PHP version of 5.6
- Validate a new subscriber’s IP address
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 5.2
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 5.1
- Fixed compatibility with PHP 5.3
- Fixed webform split tests not displaying
- Updated ‘Tested up to’ to 5.0
- Fixed compatibility with PHP interpreters where short_open_tag is off
- Fixed webform select not appearing on initial setup
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 4.9
- Fixed bug where error messages were not getting displayed on authorizing plugin
- Changed ‘http’ to ‘https’ to the url for the forms
- Changed the PHP 4 constructors with current style of constructors
- Fixed bug with not saving the username when creating a subscriber from a user registration
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 4.8
- Fixed installation error message
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 4.4.1
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 4.3
- Add missing curl_object.php file
- Update readme.txt with free trial reference
- Upgrade PHP client library
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 4.1
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 4.0
- AWeber highly recommends that you upgrade to this version.
- Update ‘Tested up to’ to 3.8.2
- Better error handling if AWeber API is unreachable.
- Added better feedback for authorizations when experiencing internet connectivity issues.
- Fixed issues with authentication
- Remove usage of deprecated split function.
- Make authentication error messages return more information to assist in troubleshooting api issues.
- Perform db cleanup when an authorization code is not valid.
- Fixed minor bugs with HTML and jQuery.
- Fixed disappearing admin bar in Dashboard.
- Subscribers will only be added on comments after the comment is approved.
- Comments added to aweber.php to adjust checkbox position for some WordPress themes.
- Modified error message when authentication fails to provide a link to reconnect your widget to an AWeber customer account.
- Changed the URL for the AWeber blog to prevent multiple redirects when the dashboard fetches the AWeber blog.
- Added the ability to add subscribers to a list via commenting and blog registration.
- Added an AWeber widget to the Dashboard that displays the latest posts from AWeber’s email marketing blog as well as subscriber statistics for the subscribe by commenting feature.
- Fixed issue where PHP NOTICES where being raised for unset variables. (credits: kangkor, Curtiss Grymala)
- Fixed issue where the webform widget would not refresh its drop-down lists properly when using the latest versions of WordPress.
- Fixed issue where the webform widget would not prompt for authentication when the app is disconnected from the AWeber customer account.
- Improved error handling during authorization process
- Remove reliance on #primary-widget-area in theme
- Add check for PHP 5.2+
- Initial release.