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Modified on: Sun, 10 Sep, 2017 at 2:33 PM
Here is the next update in our stream of great-things-coming-up on EpicBeat - the Missinglettr integration. *does the happy dance*
You can now directly push content from EpicBeat to Missinglettr for easy curation to your social channels. This integration lets you pick up content for a topic or theme from EpicBeat and create ready made Missinglettr campaigns. Wondering how? Dig right in.
To start, you will need to save the searched topic you would like to add to Missinglettr as an RSS feed on EpicBeat. Here's how you can do that.
This is how the alert appears once it is successfully saved. Click on the View Feed button to copy the feed.
This is what your feed will look like when it is fresh out of the oven. You won't see any content when it's just set up but fret not my panicky friends. The feed will fill with content as the alert runs every 24 hours.
You will need to add the RSS feed as a new site.
Paste the RSS feed and enter all the details the way you would like them to appear. Once the site and RSS feed are saved, you will be able to approve campaigns just like you would with any other content that you add to Missinglttr.
To customize campaigns for this kind of feed, check the box Use Simple Templates?. That will let you get rid of the usual personalization bells and whistles that Missinglettr is so famous for. For example, 'Just published a new blog post' won't really make sense when you are curating a feed from EpicBeat, right?
Now all you have to do is wait for the good magicians at Missinglettr to build nice campaigns that you can approve. And voila! You get yourself a stream of great content that is regularly pushed to your social accounts. No copy-paste, no import-export, no clicks. It all just works.
Please note that this is feature is still in beta. We're still polishing the edges and need your feedback to make this a jaw-dropping, mind-boggling, gimme-gimme-gimme feature. Do write to us with any feedback you might have. As always, we're just a ping, email, or call away.
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