Allows you to install an AWeber web form on your WordPress blog and lets visitors subscribe to your list when commenting or registering on your blog.
I use Aweber to get customers to sign up for Free Computer Network checkup.
Before I used the html code that Aweber makes available once you create the form.
Now I have updated the form on Aweber, activated the widget on my wordpress site, and you know what it just worked.
Ok I know some reviewers have asked why can't you edit it in wordpress.
You are connecting it to Aweber, so I expect that I need to make changes in Aweber and after all once its done how often will you make changes. So it's not an issue for me.
Does exactly what it is supposed to. When someone goes to submit a comment on a post, they can tick the box to subscribe, if they do, it processes it perfectly.
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