How do I change the email address on which I get your newsletter?

I’m changing my email address. How do I change my newsletter subscription to go to my new address?

There are two approaches: you can unsubscribe at your old address, and subscribe at your new, or you can simply change your subscription address directly.

Let me show you how to do that last one.

At the bottom of every newsletter is something that looks like this:

Aweber link at the end of a newsletter

To change your email address, click the highlighted link.

On the resulting page:

Aweber change email option

Click on the edit contact information link.

On the resulting page:

Aweber Email Entry form

Enter your new email address into the Email field and press Submit.

That's all there is to it!

Posted: August 20, 2009 in: Administration
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