Quick Tips: Adding a First Name to Your Emails

Typewriter typing Dear Sir or Madame

If you’re looking to create a personal touch to your emails, adding the subscriber’s first name is a great place to start.

Before beginning we recommend brushing up on your Custom Field Knowledge and working in our Advanced Template Editor.

In order  to add  a subscriber’s first name to an email, you will need to have the custom field identified and switch your email template to the ATE.

In the ATE switch to the Custom Fields tab. Copy the Template Tag for your Custom Field to add to the template, above the <$BlogPosting$> tag as shown below:

FeedBlitz Dashboard showing how to add a first name

Should you only have Custom Field information for a portion of your subscribers, but plan to gather it for everyone moving forward, you can still include a greeting, with their name, while having an alternative should the field be blank. To do this, use the following line of information:

<$if FirstName$>Good morning, <$FirstName$>!<$else$>Good morning!<$endif$>

This is using an “if this, then that” scenario that if a First Name is present, it will be shown, however, if no value is assigned to the field, you are listing an alternative.

FeedBlitz Dashboard showing the inserted code for a conditional first name field

Using this condition works to prevent this from happening:

Email preview showing what appears when a first name field is entered without a condition.

A quick, simple way to personalize your mailings, you are able to add Custom Field information to your mailings as you see fit.

If you have any questions, simply send us an email at support@feedblitz.com, or you can chat or give us a call 1.877.692.5489 Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST. We also have plenty of great support available 24/7 in our online Help Forum and YouTube channel!

How Not to Get Stuck Creating New Content

Frustrated man yelling at his computer.

Creating engaging and meaningful content, and doing so consistently, isn’t always as easy as it sounds. We’ve been in the email marketing business for quite some time, and have published a lot of content along the way, so we know as well as you how frustrating getting stuck coming up with new content can sometimes be.

An editorial calendar helps tremendously with planning, but what happens when the idea well runs dry when filling out that editorial calendar? There’s the great standby go-to content ideas such as creating a list, writing a How To article, using video as opposed to a text post or designing an infographic, to name a few. Today we’re going to talk about a few of the content generation ideas we keep in our back pockets here at FeedBlitz HQ. Or in other words, how we avoid getting stuck creating new content! (Because no one likes screaming at their computer screen in frustration, right? Right.)

Repurpose Old Content

To some, this is a given while others aren’t so sure of the practice. Repurposing old or archived content is taking something you have previously posted and offering a new twist or a modern spin on it. Can you relate it to something happening today? Are there new tools or resources available you can use to update the information? Maybe you wrote individual posts that would be great grouped together for a monthly theme? You can even begin a greatest hits or oldie but goodie themed post once a month where you repost the content and add an updated introductory and closing paragraph to the text.

If your concern is readers noticing repeated content, know that when we say old or archived posts, we’re reaching back at least 8-12 months. Think of how many new subscribers have joined your list since then! Additionally, a good open rate is 20%, which means only 1/5th of your readers see any given piece. There has also been a lot of  new content added to your site. Should a subscriber receive the content a second time, they will most likely not remember its initial posting.

Tell Readers What NOT To Do

*Spoiler Alert: This is exactly what we are doing in this post right now. Check out the title again, How Not to Get Stuck Creating New Content. See what we did there?

Instead of telling your readers what they should be doing, try telling them what they should NOT be doing. A bit of reverse-psychology at it’s best, you are luring readers in by helping them avoid something negative. This post could have easily been titled Content Generation Ideas or How to Create Even More Great Content, yet we chose to re-frame it in telling you how not to find yourself in a very familiar (or annoyingly frustrating) position. It’s a small tweak but can easily grab your reader’s attention as you are offering great value in avoiding a common pain.

Another idea in this category is to share how you have failed at something. This is a big step for many publishers as it can be tough to admit our wrong-doings or failures, however, it not only offers a sense of humility on your part, but it connects with your readers as well. You are providing valuable insight and education to your readers by offering the opportunity of learning from your mistakes. This can save them both time and money, while it further establishes you as an expert resource in your field. That is a win-win in one blog post!

Check Your Support or FAQ Channel

A not-so-hidden gem for creating new content can be found sitting in your support queue or Frequently Asked Questions page on your website. A good portion of our content is based on questions we receive from our publishers. This method alone is the inspiration and motivation for our weekly Quick Tips  blog posts.

Is there something you could explain in a different way or highlight the answer in a new or updated post? How about a common question you notice frequently coming into your support channel? Not only will using these questions provide topics for new content, but the content provides a quick, easy answer for your readers to find on your site as well. Our Support Team often replies to reader questions with links to specific posts offering step-by-step directions, screenshots, videos and more to assist in their responses. If you are new to this practice, it is also a great way to begin training your clients and subscribers to check your site for answers before opening a support ticket.

And there you have it! Add these three tips to your arsenal and you’ll find yourself in a better place to avoid getting stuck when it comes to creating new content. It’s not fail-proof, however, it’s helped us here at FeedBlitz HQ when we’ve needed it! And besides, one of these ideas got you reading this post, now didn’t it? We practice what we preach. Now get to writing!

Stuck in a rut with your content? Send our team an email to support@feedblitz.com. We’ll take a look at your site and content and offer a few ideas to help keep you moving forward! You can also chat, check out our Help Forum, or give us a call at 1.877.692.5489. Our Support and Sales Desk is available Monday – Friday from 9 am to 5 pm EST.

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Easy enough for a blogger to set up in seconds, powerful enough for sophisticated corporate email campaigns, FeedBlitz is an RSS, Email and Social Automation Tool to take your email marketing to the next level. Visit us online to learn more or start your 30 Day Free Trial!

Quick Tips: Subscribe via Text Option

Do you speak at events or host live streaming sessions? If so, our Subscribe via Text option is the ideal tool to have on hand for your listeners to easily and quickly join your list.

Begin by selecting your mailing list from the left-hand menu. You’ll see a note about the Subscribe via Text option at the top of your list dashboard:

Subscribe via text is enabled on all mailing lists. The default text code is your mailing list ID, however you can set this code to be any unique code like. Once a listener or viewer texts the designated code to the number 1.781.262.3877, they will receive an automated text message containing a link to your subscription form.

Click to set up the text as noted above. You are able to designate as many codes as you’d like, and can customize the message your listeners receive:

Pro Tip: Speaking or attending multiple conferences? Create new codes along with custom fields for each conference. This will tag your subscribers so you are able to easily differentiate which subscriber came from which conference.

Standard text message and data rates may apply for your subscribers. Separate codes will need to be used for individual mailing lists.

If you have any questions, simply send our Support Team an email at support@feedblitz.com, or you can chat or give us a call 1.877.692.5489 Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST. We also have plenty of great support available 24/7 in our online Help Forum and YouTube channel!

 

Email Marketing Delivery Metrics and Reporting

The success of your email marketing isn’t always immediately obvious. More than having a growing list with 1,000s of emails on it, a successful email marketing program also focuses on open rates, click throughs and other key metrics to track its success.

Thinking about sorting through reports and working with numbers can cause even the most mathematically-inclined to develop an eye twitch. Here at FeedBlitz HQ, we work to make this as simple, and headache-free, as possible. Offering a full fleet of metrics you can follow, you’re able to decide precisely which metrics are most important and easily track the progress.

Types of Email Delivery Metrics and Reports

FeedBlitz offers three categories of email marketing reports: At-A-Glance, Summary and In-Depth Metrics. All accessible from your Mailing List dashboard, these reports are found in the Mailing Activity section:

At-a-Glance reporting comes in the form of the FeedBlitz Heat Map. This report allows you to quickly see what links were clicked in individual mailings. Learn more about our Heat Maps in this FeedBlitz Quick Tips blog post.

Pro Tip: Want more Quick Tips from FeedBlitz? We cover all sorts of email marketing and FeedBlitz-platform related questions in short, easy to digest posts. Subscribe here to get our next tip!

Summary reports can be accessed by selecting the Monthly Mailing Metrics as highlighted above. This report shows the Subscriber Stats along with Mailing Stats for the month selected. You will also be able to quickly identify which mailings for that month were deemed most and least engaging, opened and clicked.

 

In-Depth Metrics reports take a closer look into specific target points related to your email marketing. These delivery metrics and reports include:

  • Delivery Metrics:  The number of emails successfully sent, opened, clicked, bounced (both soft and hard), unsubscriptions and complaints, as well as forwards the email received.

  • Circulation: Total number of emails sent for each email.

  • Engagement Report: Closer look at how your subscribers reacted to your email including automatic social shares, opens, clicks and more – all listed by subscriber.

  • Open Analysis: Open rates for each email sent. You can also select Open Analysis by Reader to see this information by subscriber.

  • Click Throughs: Separated into three categories, you are able to see Click Through Rates by article (post), tag (custom field) and reader. For a quick look at this data, you can check out the Heat Map to see which links were clicked in the mailing.

  • Subscription Changes: Total numbers of subscribers who unsubscribed, were removed due to undeliverability (hard bounces) or deleted by the publisher.

  • Unsubscribe Reasons: Why users are choosing to unsubscribe to your mailings. With FeedBlitz users must select a reason for unsubscribing, which offers incredible insight for you, the publisher.

  • Referring Pages: Keeps track of all referring pages to your list and ranks them from most to least popular.

A few additional notes on your in-depth reports:

1. Easily export all data, or a summary of the data, in any of the in-depth reports from the report dashboard.
2. Change the graph format in the second drop down menu to suite your preferences
3. Adjust the length of your report in the third drop down menu to include a few or  many days for your data.

Tips for Working with Email Marketing Reports

Working with reporting metrics and data can seem like a large project. We suggest the following steps to ease into the process so your approach is focused and effective.

  1. Glance through all of the reports to familiarize yourself. Download or export a few of them to make any notes for future reference. When you’re ready, select one or two key points of focus, such as open or click-through rate and identify a goal for each metric.
  2. Carve out some time to dig into the specific reports for your target point of focus. Make as many notes as you’d like, citing any changes in numbers (a bump or a loss can be equally important here!). It’s important to view these statistics in historical context before making content decisions based on these stats. There are normal seasonal fluctuations that will affect your list’s metrics. With this information in hand, brainstorm a few  strategies to increase the success of this metric. When your focus is increasing your list’s membership, should you  optimize different or new referring pages? Or are you going to reduce churn by focusing on  a particular unsubscription response? Use the notes from your research to create 3-5 action steps you can take to achieve your desired goals.
  3. After implementing your new strategy allow at least 2 months to see to make a determination on the success or failure of your efforts. Don’t forget to compare your results with your list’s historical performance. If your actions did not move you closer toward your goal, go back to your notes and brainstorm a few more action steps to take and repeat it again. Working in this manner will help you pinpoint exactly what is and is not working for each metric.
  4. Once you are satisfied with the data on your original focus metric, select the next few metric and repeat, until you have worked your way through the entire list.

It can be tempting to focus on increasing every metric  all at once, and trust us, we’ve tried that in our own email marketing journey, but experience has taught us well! The best success comes with deliberate focus and attention to just 1 or 2 key targets before moving on to the next set, and we’re positive many of our publishers will agree with us.

If you use our delivery metrics and data reports on a regular basis, we would love to hear about your experiences! Send an email with your feedback to support@feedblitz.com. Thank you in advance as we look forward to hearing from you!

Interested in using reporting metrics to boost your email marketing, but not sure which report to follow first? Send our support team an email to support@feedblitz.com. You can also chat, check out our Help Forum, or give us a call at 1.877.692.5489. Our Support and Sales Desk is available Monday – Friday from 9 am to 5 pm EST.

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Easy enough for a blogger to set up in seconds, powerful enough for sophisticated corporate email campaigns, FeedBlitz is an RSS, Email and Social Automation Tool to take your email marketing to the next level. Visit us online to learn more or start your 30 Day Free Trial!

Quick Tips: Using Exclude Tags in Your Posts

We understand there are times you would like to post an item to your website without having it sent to your mailing list. Exclude tags are a simple way to do this in FeedBlitz.

Have you missed a tip or two? Catch up on all of our Quick Tips here!

You can find exclude tags in the Settings of your Mailing List. Look for the line “FeedBlitz sends All New Posts,” and click this to trigger the dialogue box below.

Here you are able to enter any tag you wish to use to exclude a post from your mailing.

The tags used here must be used in the exact same format as on your website. It is important to remember exclude tags are case, spacing and punctuation sensitive. Any posts published on your site tagged with your exclude tag in the FeedBlitz settings will prevent the post from being mailed to your subscribers.

Pro Tip: If you prefer using categories instead of tags, that’s no problem as tags and categories are treated the same by FeedBlitz!

A scenario for using exclude tags, other than for individual posts, can include sending category-specific posts, such as our Quick Tips posts. Both our main blog post mailing list and our Quick Tips mailing list are powered by the same RSS feed. For this, we exclude all posts tagged ‘quick tips’ from our main mailing list and only include posts with this tag for our Quick Tips mailing list. This prevents subscribers from receiving two emails, should they be on both lists.

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If you have any questions, send our Support Team an email at support@feedblitz.com, or you can chat or give us a call 1.877.692.5489 Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST. We also have plenty of great support available 24/7 in our online Help Forum and YouTube channel!

Quick Tips: Heat Maps at a Glance

Reporting metrics are key when it comes to evaluating the success of your email marketing campaigns. While FeedBlitz offers a fleet of metrics and data reporting with each mailing, as well as summarized monthly mailing metrics, our publishers also have access to what we call the Heat Map.

A heat map is available for each mailing and is a great, quick reference guide to see what were the most popular links in your mailings. Accessible from your mailing list dashboard, located under Mailing Activity, select Heat Map for any mailing you are curious about.

You will be taken to the web version of your mailing. Each link that has been clicked by a subscriber will be tagged with the percentage of clicks it has received. If there is no tag, that link has not received a click.

 

Why is this information important? Consider the following:

Do your readers tend to click more links towards the upper portion of your mailings? If yes, restructure your mailings to have the most important content listed first.

Are readers clicking the title or Read More enticement to your website in order to read the entire article? If no, consider increasing the content preview or adding/removing a photo to incite the click through to the full article.

Are subscribers interested in clicking your social media icons? If no, test moving them to the top of your newsletter if trying to increase your audience, or move them to the footer if this is not a priority for you.

These questions are merely a starting point for incorporating the heat map into your email marketing. An ideal check-in between lengthier metrics analysis, heat maps provide instant insight as to what and where your readers are and are not clicking in your mailings.

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If you have any questions, send our Support Team an email at support@feedblitz.com, or you can chat or give us a call 1.877.692.5489 Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST. We also have plenty of great support available 24/7 in our online Help Forum and YouTube channel!

Diving into the Advanced Template Editor

You know that the success of your email marketing campaign can be determined equally by what you send as it is by how you send it. Because of this, our EZ Template Editor offers publishers vast capabilities when it comes to customizing their email templates. Changing colors, fonts, layout of the content, social icons, social channels, all can be easily edited with a few clicks.

However, for more advanced editing options, we also offer the Advanced Template Editor (ATE). Switching to this template allows enhanced customization using our FeedBlitz Template Tags and full access to the underlying HTML coding.

What happens when I switch to the Advanced Template Editor?

We recommend getting as much of your styling and social preferences set while working in the EZ Template Editor. This will reduce the amount of code edits you’ll need to make after switching to the Advanced Template Editor. Once you have a majority of the information set, select the orange button towards the upper right corner of your screen which reads “Switch to Advanced Template Editor.” You will then see the following screen:

The Advanced Template Editor mimics the dashboard of many popular content management systems. Below editing buttons, you will see the rich visual text editor with your FeedBlitz Template Tags. Should you prefer to work with HTML, you can do so by selecting the Source button in the upper left corner of the editor.

Pro Tip: We recommend keeping a test list for template edits when working with the ATE. Once you are satisfied with your edits and have tested them on your own email accounts to ensure they render as expected, then copy your changes into your active list.

As with the EZ Template Editor, you can save and access prior drafts and versions of your template, which makes it easy to back-track your changes. If using multiple mailing lists or Autoresponders and you would like for them all to use the same template, simply check the box at the top of the editor making the template the Master Template.

The ATE also easily allows you to insert custom field information you have gathered such as a subscriber’s first name. Select the Custom Field tab and you will see a list of your custom fields, along with the appropriate Template Tag to use in order to insert them into your mailings.

What are Template Tags?

FeedBlitz Template Tags are used to tell the FeedBlitz platform when it should add specific information or take actions building your mailing.

The most common template tags you will see are:

  • <$BlogPosting$>  - This tag notes the beginning of your blog post section. There will be two of these tags (opening and closing the section) and any information listed between these tags will be true for any blog posts in your mailing. If your mailing contains more than one post, all of the elements between these tags will repeat for each post insertion.

  • <$BlogItemTitle$> – The title of your blog post.

  • <$BlogItemBody$> – The body of your blog post.

  • <$BlogItemURL$> – An automatically generated link to the post. You won’t see this tag unless you use the link tool to create a hyperlink.

  • <$BlogNoLandingPage$> – This tag comes in pairs and prevents any content found between them from appearing on default FeedBlitz pages such as subscription confirmation pages and opt-out completion.

When working with the ATE, the style of the Template Tags will be applied to the content they insert into the mailing. (Think: font, size, color, placement, etc.) You can find a full list of tags by selecting the Template Tags tab at the top of your Advanced Template Editor.

Adding Content in the Advanced Template Editor

Many of our publishers enjoy adding a personalized note to the email subscribers in a weekly or monthly newsflash on demand mailing. To do this, we recommend having a separate list for your summary mailings. You can clone the original mailing list, which copies your current template, then work within the Advanced Template Editor to add this space for content. Our Support Team can assist you with this if you have any questions along the way.

This is also applicable if you wish to add a note after the content of your mailing. You can see how we used this feature in our Quick Tips Newsletter. We added the following note to the template:

We added this because the Quick Tips Newsletter is a new mailing and we wanted to offer our subscribers a quick way to unsubscribe, if they didn’t find the information relevant.. If you plan on adding an additional mailing to your email marketing, this is a great way to do so while causing little inconvenience to your subscribers.

The Advanced Template Editor increases the power and flexibility you have over customizing your email templates, and that is something we highly value here at FeedBlitz Headquarters! We know working with HTML and CSS can take some time, and that is why we recommend doing a majority of your work in the EZ Template Editor. Remember that the EZ Template Editor gives you many choices over the style of your newsletter and ensures your mailings are mobile responsive, use care when making your final adjustments in the ATE to preserve this feature.

If you’re ready to dive into the Advanced Template Editor, but still have a few questions, send our support team an email to support@feedblitz.com. You can also chat, check out our Help Forum, or give us a call at 1.877.692.5489. Our Support and Sales Desk is available Monday – Friday from 9 am to 5 pm EST.

Did you find this post useful? Let us know! We enjoy hearing feedback on how we can better serve you. Send an email with your thoughts. Thank you in advance as we look forward to hearing from you!

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Easy enough for a blogger to set up in seconds, powerful enough for sophisticated corporate email campaigns, FeedBlitz is an RSS, Email and Social Automation Tool to take your email marketing to the next level. Visit us online to learn more or start your 30 Day Free Trial!

Quick Tips: How to Redirect Your Subscription Activation Page

Easily the most over-looked step in email marketing is the landing page which users see after confirming their subscription. FeedBlitz publishers are able to quickly redirect this page, guiding them back to their site for further browsing. Before beginning, choose the page on your site you would like for new subscribers to be directed to and copy the URL.

Select your Mailing List from the left-hand menu and press the orange Settings button towards the upper right-hand corner. On the third tab you will find Subscriber Interaction, Activation and Notification.

Navigate down to the line reading “When they click … they are sent to the FeedBlitz default landing page.”

The default landing page is what you will be changing. When you select the highlighted text, a box will appear where you can enter the URL of a page you would like for users to arrive at upon confirming their activation.

This redirect can simply be your homepage, a list of your most popular blog posts, even taking them to an additional bonus offer for having signed up to your list. The choice is yours! The goal in redirecting this page is to send subscribers back to your website to encourage them to continue browsing, reading and sharing your content.

If you have any questions, send our Support Team an email at support@feedblitz.com, or you can chat or give us a call 1.877.692.5489 Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST. We also have plenty of great support available 24/7 in our online Help Forum and YouTube channel!

Working With a Parser

At FeedBlitz we are big fans of automating your email marketing tasks, freeing you to work on your business. Parsers play a key role when it comes to integrating third party applications into your email marketing. You may remember us briefly mentioning that a parser is what helps you complete the process of selling with your Autoresponders, but they offer even more compatibility benefits than just shopping cart integration. As an advanced feature, parsers can be complicated at first glance. This guide will help you understand what a parser is, how they work, and how to make one work for you.

What is a Parser?

A parser, in computer terminology, is a program that  analyzes a string of incoming information and identifies the individual parts. Within FeedBlitz, a parser is used as a middleman sorting information between the third party and FeedBlitz. If an application can send an email notification with structured data, you can integrate it with FeedBlitz. Our parsers are created with long, unique email addresses. Notification emails are sent to these addresses to trigger a specific action within FeedBlitz.

In other words, a parser receives notice from the designated third party app, a subscriber notification or purchase completed for example, and tells FeedBlitz what to do next such as adding a subscriber to a particular list or sending an autoresponder.

How does a Parser work?

To walk you through the process of how a parser works, we’ll use a parser created for a shopping cart transaction. With this process, a parser is attached to an autoresponder. The autoresponder then delivers the download, eBook, eCourse, or other digital product.

When you create a parser we generate a long FeedBlitz email address. You may need to verify this email address within the application you’re using.

The parser receives the email and analyzes it for the designated information. The parser then pulls the information you have chosen (i.e. email address, name, etc.) and creates a subscription to the autoresponder for your customer which then triggers delivery of your product.

Visually, this is the basic workflow of what takes place:

As mentioned above, parsers can be used to work with many other applications in a similar fashion outlined above. If a third party application can be configured to send an email showing the user’s email address, a parser can be used to integrate it into your email marketing.

Pro Tip: You can use a parser to add email addresses from a third party application. Follow the steps in this post on how to set this in motion!

Creating a Parser

Before getting started, either select the autoresponder you would like to attach the parser too, or create a blank autoresponder. You will also need a copy of the email sent by the shopping cart or third party application on hand to reference the information available and the order of that information.

  1. While in the autoresponder dashboard, select parser from Subscriber Management.

  1. Name the parser (labeled below as Third Party Service)

  1. State the “from” email address which is sending the email.

  1. Assign the fields of information you would like to pull from the email such as email, name, country, and so on, according to your desired preferences. *This information comes from the example third party app email!

  1. Select Create parser and you will be given a long email address. This email address is what you will enter into the third party application as an approved recipient.

Having a parser in place can automate your email marketing by removing the need to manually send purchased products or conduct daily imports, among other tasks. A parser is active as long as the email address is entered into the third party application so there is no maintenance once setup and in working order.

Ready to start working with parsers but have a few more questions? Send our support team an email to support@feedblitz.com. You can also chat, check out our Help Forum, or give us a call at 1.877.692.5489. Our Support and Sales Desk is available Monday – Friday from 9 am to 5 pm EST.

Did you find this post useful? Let us know! We enjoy hearing feedback on how we can better serve you. Send an email with your thoughts to support@feedblitz.com. Thank you in advance as we look forward to hearing from you!

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Easy enough for a blogger to set up in seconds, powerful enough for sophisticated corporate email campaigns, FeedBlitz is an RSS, Email and Social Automation Tool to take your email marketing to the next level. Visit us online to learn more or start your 30 Day Free Trial!

Quick Tips: Where can I edit my DKIM and SPF Authentication?

After gathering feedback from our publishers, the FeedBlitz Development Team has opened and repositioned the availability of editing SPF and DKIM authentication to all publishers.

Email authentication communicates to your subscriber’s inbox that we (FeedBlitz) are allowed to email on the publisher’s behalf. While we handle the authentication for you, some of our advanced publishers enjoy having this added layer of authentication protection.

To access and edit these records, select My Account from your left-hand menu. Here you will find the SPF and DKIM Authentication tools.

SPF (Sender Protection Framework) Authentication

  • If you already have an SPF record on your domain, simply add:   include:mail.feedblitz.com

  • If you do not have an SPF record, you will need to add a TXT record to your DNS. We recommend:  v=spf1 include:mail.feedblitz.com ~all

  • A more thorough explanation of this can be found here.

DKIM Authentication

DKIM allows email receivers to validate mail FeedBlitz sends on your behalf using DKIM signatures on your DNS. These settings will be set for your entire account and will be applied to all mailings and lists you manage. You can generate the records  from your account. You will use the generated DNS record to update your DNS information for your site.

*Please note, these are advanced settings; entering the wrong information can result in your mailings not being delivered properly or being sent to spam or junk folders.

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If you have any questions, send our Support Team an email at support@feedblitz.com, or you can chat or give us a call 1.877.692.5489 Monday – Friday, 9 am to 5 pm EST. We also have plenty of great support available 24/7 in our online Help Forum and YouTube channel!