Making the Most of FeedBlitz: Customizing Your Email Templates

A “template” is what controls the layout of your blog’s content when it is turned into a mailing or subscriber landing page. The template is where the graphic design elements of the mailings are determined, beyond what is in an individual post. Branding, layout, fonts, colors “ all are determined by the template. FeedBlitz has…

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Making the Most of FeedBlitz: Simplifying the Subscription Form

This week, we continue our look at the FeedBlitz philosophy behind subscription forms. As mentioned last week, our approach is to keep the subscription form on your site as simple as possible. Any extra data collection or work (such as CAPTCHAs for anti-spam, custom fields or social media authentication dialogs) will take place on a…

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Making the Most of FeedBlitz: The FeedBlitz Subscription Form Philosophy

The approach we have historically adopted at FeedBlitz is to keep the subscription form on your site as simple as possible, and for any extra data collection or work (such as CAPTCHAs for anti-spam, custom fields or social media authentication dialogs) to take place on a separate page. This approach as a couple of benefits.…

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Making the Most of FeedBlitz: Modified Feeds and AutoCast

Every second Thursday we’re going to be highlight some of the incredible ways that FeedBlitz can help you with your community building and sharing of content. Today, we follow up on Tuesday’s post on integrating third party content and walk you through creating category specific feeds. As well, we explore using AutoCast, an extension of…

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Making the Most of FeedBlitz: Integrating Third Party Content

As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, my vacation – and what came before it – has helped me realize that it’s time for some changes. And change is good. We’re going to be introducing some new content here on the blog, including webinars, guest bloggers, and more. One thing I wanted to do is have…

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