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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Mailed Contact Counts in FeedBolt vs Infusionsoft

Sometimes, the number of contacts mailed in Infusionsoft will appear lower than the number of contacts that FeedBolt shows we mailed. The number we show in FeedBolt is the number of contacts with the matching tag – regardless of their mailability status. In other words, if some of your contacts with the tag are hard…

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Responsive Infusionsoft Templates in FeedBolt

Infusionsoft’s new Email Builder style email templates work beautifully in FeedBolt for automatically sending your latest blog content out to your subscribers through Infusionsoft. To leverage these responsive, clean, and sharp looking Infusionsoft email templates, you’ll need to create the template in Infusionsoft and then copy/paste the HTML code into a new template in FeedBolt…

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Can I send my Email Broadcasts to a different Keap or Infusionsoft Email?

If you’re looking to send your FeedBolt post to alternate email addresses on a Keep or Infusionsoft contact record, Email Address 2, for example, that’s easily done right in the template you’re using for FeedBolt. By default, your email templates are sent to ~Contact.Email~, but if you’d like to send to another email address, just…

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How do I send a digest style email with FeedBolt?

If you’d prefer to send a digest style email with multiple posts in it, that’s easy to do with FeedBolt. First, on your feed, change the frequency to check to something like weekly or biweekly (every 2 weeks). Next, in your template, use post-specific merge fields so you can layout the most recent post, the…

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