No feed available, please visit our homepage?

Are you seeing a “No feed available, please visit our homepage” message when you try and pull up your site’s feed? WordPress will serve that error message up when feeds are disabled, typically by a plugin you installed. Memberium, for example, disables your RSS feeds by default, so if you have Memberium installed, you’ll want…

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Setting Your Timezone in FeedBolt

Configuring your Timezone under My Account allows you to specify what timezone we should use when determining the day and time for your feeds to check. Each of your feeds can then be individually configured to automatically check on the days you select and during the time range you specify. The default timezone until you…

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Can FeedBolt Broadcast using my Email Service Provider?

By default, FeedBolt will mail your latest blog content out through your Keap or Infusionsoft app. But, if you’d like more control over your Email Deliverability, you can also configure FeedBolt to send through your own Email Service Provider (ESP) like SendGrid or SparkPost. With Integrations enabled, simply choose which ESP you’d like to add…

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Tracking Clicks on a Banner in an Infusionsoft Template

If you’d like to track clicks and run automation on something like a banner in your Infusionsoft template used with FeedBolt, you can use an Infusionsoft Automation Link in your template. In Infusionsoft, click Settings under Marketing in the main top navigation Click Automation Links on the left hand navigation Scroll down to Automation Link and click on…

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WordPress Hosting by WPEngine

When it comes to hosting your WordPress site, speed, support, security, and ease all matter. That’s why we host all of our sites (not just for FeedBolt, but also for FuseDesk, FuseSpire, and more) at WPEngine. We’ve worked with dozens of website hosts – most not specializing in WordPress at all, and a few that…

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Free Up Feeds with Archiving

If you’re no longer using a feed, you can now archive it to free up an available feed in your account. Simply click the red Archive button on the bottom of your feed, confirm you want to archive it, and away it goes. No data is lost, but we will no longer check the feed,…

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Improved Click Tracking

Exporting the “clicks” report of all clicks in a broadcast now includes the IP address of the visitor. This data is available for all historical clicks, too. This is helpful if you want to review all clicks and remove certain IP addresses from your click data with ease. Improved internal click monitoring and handling. Commit #28f25fc

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Day of the Week Scheduling

You asked and we delivered! FeedBolt now supports day of the week scheduling so you can set which days you want your feeds to be checked! For example, you can set FeedBolt to just check on Mondays, or perhaps only on Wednesdays and Fridays, or just Monday through Friday – whatever fits your schedule and…

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Next Check Date Live Updates

The date that a feed will next check is now live updated as changes are made to a feed. So, for example, if you change the time window, frequency of checks, or days of the week, the next check date will automatically update so you can see when we’ll next check your feed. In addition, if…

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Day of the Week Scheduling and API Error Checking

In this latest update, FeedBolt now supports day of the week scheduling so you can set which days you want your feeds checked. For example, you can set FeedBolt to just check on Mondays, or perhaps only on Wednesdays and Fridays, or just Monday through Friday, whatever fits your schedule and your audience. Secondly, if…

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