Why I Switched From 1ShoppingCart to Infusionsoft

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About Laura Roeder

Laura Roeder is a social media marketing expert who gives businesses of all sizes the tools they need to make their mark on the web. She is the creator of the social media scheduling software Edgar, as well as social media marketing web courses like Creating Fame and Social Brilliant.

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  1. Steve Jones says:

    Luckily 1SC has improved the parts where you had issues, so I only pay 100 and have all the targeting needed via their new “Multi-unsubscribe” feature.

  2. Leon Aldrich says:

    Every blogger and their relatives recommends Aweber, mostly because of the high deliver-ability, right?

    Brandon Yeager convinced me of the GetResponse’s potential and that was good enough for me.

  3. Chad Kettner says:

    InfusionSoft is best.

  4. My cart does not interface data with the other data google analytics provides for my site. Anyone have comments on their carts and google analytics?

  5. Interesting! Was there an issue importing your Aweber list into Infusionsoft? Or did you kind of have to send an Aweber Broadcast and ask them (your initial list) to ‘opt-in’ again into your Infusionsoft account?

  6. i use infusionsoft in part because you and a few of my other friends that i trust do. my business isn’t even live yet though i realize the potential of it. plus, and this is a thing that many digital subscription biz’s need, it actually had a shopping cart solution that could do more than just monthly subscriptions. i.e. buy three months, get one free – even jp morgan chase couldn’t offer me that!

    the biggest draw for me was the fact that it does so much dang more than every other option out there, especially the email segmentation and marketing, like you talked about.

    people, do the free trial, you’ll be blown away… this ain’t your daddy’s constant contact.

    just be prepared to spend a LOT of time figuring it out. it has an extremely steep learning curve, though not an insurmountable one.

    good luck, laura, on the contest! you will rock this!

  7. Very useful info. As Clive mentioned above – How difficult was it to switch over your list from Aweber to Infusionsoft?

  8. Laura! Thanks for the explanation – I’ve been looking at Infusionsoft since the Traffic & Conversion Summit in 2009 in Austin. Do you find it a lot easier to segment your lists?

  9. Thanks Laura. We’re happy to have you as a customer. Glad you made the switch and are seeing the benefits of segmentation and targeted marketing with automation to customers and prospects. Cheers to your growth! Good luck in the Pitch the Switch Contest. Feel free to connect with me directly as you have questions and needs. kathy [dot] sacks [at] infusionsoft [dot] com

  10. Interesting, thanks!, can you set it up in different languages (Spanish and English in my case) for the different markets?

  11. Wow, thanks for this! Pretty smart.

  12. Also want to know how the process was for transferring your Aweber list over to Infusionsoft. Would hurt if your list has to double opt-in to get on your Infusionsoft account.