RSS Update 3 – Manage your Feeds

While recreating feeds yesterday after the server meltdown we had to take them out of the UI while we worked. Feeds are now back in the UI and can now be configured. All the feeds have been flagged as “Setup Needed” so when you visit the site dashboard you should click through on the setup button and verify / update settings.

We recreated feeds and used default settings for things like comments, social sharing and related posts. If you had changed those settings before, you can now do so again from the UI.

If you had used splices (third party feeds) to augment your basic blog’s feed, it was not possible to recreate them as we rebuilt the system. They will need to be re-added via the UI to your feed.

If your current feed isn’t working right, work your way through the setup from teh site dashboard. If you can’t find your feed in the UI, or you’ve set it up and it still doesn’t seem happy, please contact If you were using the FeedSmart add in for your blog and had temporarily disabled it, you should re-enable it after you check your feed’s configuration in the FeedBlitz UI.

We’ll post a couple more updates through the day; and thank you all for your patience.

Meet Phil Hollows

Phil Hollows is the Founder and CEO of FeedBlitz, the email marketing, RSS feed and social media automation service, and premium FeedBurner alternative. He is also the author of “List Building for Bloggers,” - - highlighting proven email strategies that build your audience, increase engagement and grow your income “ without the geek speak. Phil started what became FeedBlitz in 2005, raising private equity investment in 2006. Before that, he’s held a variety of high technology, consulting and marketing positions in both the US and the UK since graduating from Oxford University in 1987. Phil’s lived in the US for nearly 22 years. The father of two teenagers and currently living in greater Boston, MA, Phil enjoys hearing from folks stateside how much they love his accent, and from friends and family back in England how American he sounds