An Easy Way To Use Aweber To Broadcast Your New Blog Posts To Your List

Aweber’s Super Easy Automation Setup

What’s up guys?  The Big Head Blogger is back in full effect.  Today I got a simple trick for those who are trying to build a list with Aweber.

Don’t worry, it’s not hard.  Besides I’ll be e-holding your hand through the entire process.

First, there are two things that you’ll need:

1. A Blog

2. An Aweber account

If you don’t have either one, then you’re outta luck buddy…

Not really…I’ll help you, but you need to do this first.


When you have your blog setup, then you need to get an Aweber account here. (It’s just $1 for the first 30-days)

Ok, now that you have everything you need, we can get started.

When you begin blogging and adding subscribers to your list, it’s important that you use Aweber to keep in touch with them.

You can do that through emails, but you can also can have them repeatedly coming back to your blog using Aweber’s blog broadcast.

The best part is that you can automate this kind of stuff which saves you a little more time to focus on other important tasks.

Not to get off subject, but here’s a cool tool (it rhymes!) I found that can help you automate a few things.

If you don’t already know, a blog broadcast is an Aweber tool that will send an email to everyone on your list everytime you make a brand spankin’ new blog post.

I learned this other sneaky trick that combines Aweber and the Empower Network blog, but I’m saving that for those who lock arms with me on my team.

Am I type/talking too much?  Ok let’s have some fun.

First, you need to log into your Aweber account.

After you do that, go to the Message tab and click on Blog Broadcast.

Aweber Blog Broadcast


Click on the Create New Blog Broadcast button.

On the first space, you will see RSS Feed URL:


Aweber Blog Broadcast


You will need to find your RSS feed from your website.  It will typically look something like this:


After you’re done entering your feed url, you have a choice of using the HTML format or just Plain Text.

If you’re not really familiar with HTML, then I would suggest that you use the plain text format.


Aweber Plain Text Broadcast

Ok, now you need to select what time you would like to send your broadcast out to your list.

I typically prefer to send it out at an early time because most people are at work and are more likely to check their emails.

You can also select to share your new post on a few social media sites like Facebook and Twitter.

Also make sure that the Send Automatically and Click Tracks boxes are selected as well.

Now you should be good to go, but go ahead and preview it just to make sure.

Here’s one of my blog broadcast in html format:

Aweber Blog Broadcast


I have a more in depth video, but it is reserved for members of our team.

If you’d like to join our team and this movement before it get’s way outta hand (in a very good way of course), follow these 3 steps:

Step 1: Get to know me better…

Step 2: Plug into the right team…

Step 3: Plug into the right system…

If you can do this, then you’ll be on your way.

To Continuous Success,

Mike Harris (The Big Head Blogger)

Mike Harris





About Mike Harris

Mike Harris is the owner and creator of He is a Manufacturing Engineering Tech that builds his online business part-time through the use of systems. *On a side note...he's a huge Call of Duty junkie.*

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