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  • Email Marketing Service Comparison – Imnica Mail vs AWeber

    1:58 am on November 26, 2011 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    We know that many marketers prefer to use AWeber for their email marketing solution.

    And there’s good reason for that:  they provide a service that’s easy to use and are friendly to affiliate marketers.  Some of their big-name competitors will ban accounts for violating very strict affiliate marketing rules.

    But…AWeber is not exactly cheap.  

    10,001 subscribers is $130/mo.  Ouch.  That’s not exactly a “huge” list.

    In comparison, Imnica Mail only charges $42/mo for the same number of subscribers.   That’s a whopping 68% cheaper.

    Take Imnica for a test drive!

    Now let’s review some of the features of Imnica:

    • Autoresponders
    • Broadcast messages
    • Statistics
    • Analytics (Google Analytics is integrated)
    • Email builder
    • Split testing (some of the big-name guys charge extra for this)
    • Single or double opt-in
    • Can import lists via spreadsheet (AWeber won’t allow this)
    • Affiliate marketer friendly (the founder is a Warrior Forum member)

    Heck, it doesn’t even matter if you’re using AWeber, or another service, or haven’t yet started building a list.  You’ll be hard-pressed to find the features Imnica offers at such a low price anywhere else.  We’ve looked!

    So if you’re trying to cut back on operating costs, switching to Imnica is a no-brainer.

    Take Imnica for a test drive!

  • SocialAdr v2.05 Released

    11:48 pm on December 17, 2009 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    Yesterday we released version 2.05 of SocialAdr.   This release included our final enhancements prior to the new WSO we’ve been planning for a while.

    Here’s everything that was modified:

    • Delicious <-> Yahoo OAuth integration is complete.  Everyone using their Yahoo account to sign into Delicious can now set it up.   I’m pretty sure I gained a few gray hairs working on this 😉
    • The social bookmarking service Bookmark4You now has a hyperlink to the user pages on the History – My Bookmarks and History – Shared Bookmarks pages
    • Bug fixed on Share Queue and Quick Share pages which was setting a limit of 10 “I prefer not to share this” bookmarks.  Users who had clicked the button more than 10 times would still see the additional bookmarks.
    • Setup Wizard enhanced so the flow was more sequential…Share and then Add Bookmark
    • New registration pages added for the WSO
  • Ben Roy joins SocialAdr. Future looks very promising!

    8:07 pm on November 3, 2009 | 0 Comments Permalink | Reply
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    Hey all!

    Some of you may be aware that I was recently searching for a business partner to help me with SocialAdr.  I had hit a wall and knew I couldn’t get SocialAdr to where it needed to be by myself.

    Luckily there was a big response from both the Warrior Forum community as well as SocialAdr members.   I talked with a few very suitable candidates and Ben shone through as someone with a skill set that would complement my own, as well as strong drive and a great vision.

    I’m very excited about the future and I’m confident that Ben’s addition will vastly improve SocialAdr’s offering.

    Here’s a press release that we’ll be sending out shortly –, a powerful social bookmarking service, announced today that Internet marketer Ben Roy would join as a partner. Ben brings extensive experience in building scalable, high-throughput applications that will enable to accommodate the growing user base and increasing system usage. He will also be responsible for launching an affiliate program, as well as coordinating joint ventures, partnerships, and white-label opportunities.

    “Ben brings many skills to that will be critical in taking it to the next level,” said founder Kane Miller. “He’s one of the most motivated and perceptive people I’ve had the pleasure of working with, and his vision for the future of the company is inspiring.” recently experienced some growing pains as new users flocked to sign up for the easy-to-use social bookmarking system. With the existing infrastructure stressed beyond its capacity, the services had to be migrated to a new hosting partner. While this provided immediate relief for members, it was clear that changes were needed before the doors could be re-opened to the influx of new users.

    “I’m excited to have the opportunity to work with Kane on this new and innovative product,” said Ben. “His energy is palpable, and his commitment to the quality and integrity of the system is immediately apparent. I can’t wait to jump in and get ready for major growth in the future.”

    About Ben Roy

    Ben Roy has been in the software business for over 14 years, starting with a consulting business he founded in 1995. He has worked for numerous Fortune 500 companies on both web and desktop applications, and built and managed systems supporting millions of users and hundreds of millions of visits. More information about Ben can be found on his blog:  Ben Roy.

    About is a new social bookmarking service that allows users to share links with other members and then easily distribute them to a variety of other bookmarking sites. The completely automated distribution engine means that users can push their links out to all of the supported sites with the click of a single button, making the easiest and fastest way to share bookmarks. For more information about, visit them at:

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