Connecting your RSS feed to Missinglettr

Updated 1 month ago by Branislav

When processing connected sites, Missinglettr relies on RSS feeds to automatically discover and import your content.

If your site doesn't have an RSS feed, you can still import campaigns manually.

Connecting sites with an RSS feed.

When prompted for a link to the website you would like to add - input a direct link to your RSS feed. Within a few minutes, Missinglettr should pull in your blog posts automatically. If not, the support team will get a notification and reach out to you as soon as possible with a solution.

Finding your RSS feed.

RSS feed are often found at /feed or /blog/feed on your website.

In most cases, a link to it is included in the <head> segment of every blog post -

<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Site title" href="https://yourdomain.com/feed">

In this case, https://yourdomain.com/feed is the link to your RSS feed.

If you are having trouble locating your RSS feed, feel free to reach out to us at hello@missinglettr.com or through the bubble at the bottom right corner of the page and we'll happily assist you.

Setting up an RSS feed.

If you can't find your feed, it's likely not set up on your site. Here is a guide on setting up an RSS feed for your site using Feedburner. There are plenty of alternatives however, and most blog builders already have RSS generators built in (WordPress, Shopify, Wix old and new etc.)

Connecting sites without an RSS feed.

In this case, feel free to connect your site using a link to it or to any blog post you have published.

Missinglettr won't be able to discover your content automatically, but you can still import your blog posts and create campaigns manually.


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