Setting Preview Text in Email Templates

Did you know that adding preview text to your emails can help to increase open rates? Preview text in your emails is what email clients show so readers know what’s inside their email beyond just the subject line that you set. (Gmail calls these “Snippets” !) Most email clients will use the first text found…

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WPFusion and FeedBolt

WP Fusion Auto-Login and Link Tracking with FeedBolt

If you’re using WP Fusion on your website, you can easily configure FeedBolt to auto-login your members or run CRM automation when someone clicks a link from FeedBolt. To start, you’ll want to make sure that you append your Keap Contact ID to each of your FeedBolt links. To do so, simply append ?cid=~Contact.Id to…

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Keap Liquid Dynamic Content in FeedBolt Email Templates

FeedBolt supports Keap’s Dynamic Content in your blog broadcast email templates when you send your FeedBolt email broadcasts through Keap. (You likely are as this is the default way to send emails from FeedBolt.) Keap’s Dynamic Content blocks allow you to conditionally include variable content in your email broadcast based on contact data like field…

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How do I Insert a Post Author’s Name into my FeedBolt Template?

To insert the name of a post’s author, use the ~RSS.AuthorNameX~ merge field where X is the number of the post with 1 being the most recent post, all the way up to 9 being the 9th most recent post. For example, to insert the name of your most recent post’s author, use the merge…

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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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Viewing and Exporting FeedBolt Open and Click Stats

Broadcast Stats just got even better! Below each broadcast, click on Send History to see all past broadcasts for a given feed. Each broadcast listed will show you when it was mailed, what post was mailed, and how many opens and clicks were tracked. NEW! Clicking on the broadcast will now open up additional broadcast…

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Migrating from MailChimp to FeedBolt

Upgrading from MailChimp to FeedBolt for your RSS to Email for Infusionsoft? This migration is super easy and can be done in just a few simple steps. First, log in to MailChimp and FeedBolt. Migrating Your Subscribers If your subscribers are already in Infusionsoft and tagged, you can skip this step. Let’s move your subscribers…

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