RSS-to-Email feature can be great solution to automate the notification to your subscribers whenever there is a new post. It is easy to set up RSS to Email in GetResponse. Following is the process:
Step 1: Provide RSS feed link and choose frequency
Step 2: Choose suitable predesigned template
Step 3: Edit the message
Step 4: Choose recipients
Step 5: Save the RSS to Email campaign.
Pretty easy, isn’t it?
As you know, I signed up for 30 days free trial of GetResponse Email Marketing solution and currently testing different features it offers.
Read: GetResponse Review
And, you must be getting email notification whenever I publish a new post here in Bivori. That’s done automatically with GetResponse RSS-to-Email feature. That is really convenient way to let your subscribers know about the updates in your blog, isn’t it?
If you’ve not yet subscribed to Bivori, find the subscription box on the right sidebar. That simple great looking form is created using GetResponse Optin Form feature.
Also, did you notice the subscription popup that triggered after some time you landed in Bivori? That awesome form was created using GetResponse Optin Form feature.
Okay let’s be back to setting up RSS-to-Email for GetResponse.
What is GetResponse?
GetResponse is email marketing solution that helps you to automate most of your marketing tasks such as:
- create and manage mailing lists
- run effective video marketing campaigns
- send converting newsletters and autoresponders
- Send RSS updates to Email
Note: GetResponse offers 30 days free trial. Credit card information is not need. Why not to try it?
Why RSS to Email?
Some people prefer to get news via email instead of checking blogs or using an RSS reader. With RSS-to-email, you can set up once and send updates from your blog to the email subscribers automatically, without even thinking about it.
How to set up RSS-to-Email in GetResponse?
Did you sign up for free account in GetResponse? Great! Then follow the procedure below to configure RSS-to-Email for your blog.
#1. Log in to GetResponse
#2. Go to Messages >> Manage Rss-to-Email
#3. Configure RSS-to-Email settings page
#4. Choose suitable template for your campaign
#5. Compose your message
#6. Select Recipients
#7. Review RSS-to-Email
That’s all! It’s pretty simple, isn’t it?
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