Send New Blog Post Alert Emails with Net-Results

A setup guide detailing how to send an RSS email alert with Net-Results and FeedOtter.

Emailing “Blog Alerts” is a fantastic way to capture as much traffic as possible. Look at it like this, the people (your readers/subscribers) have given you their information with the idea being that they’ll be notified when a new post is published. By setting up an “Alert” style campaign with FeedOtter, your subscribers will automatically be notified about your new content.

What follows is a step by step guide to setting up your automated Blog Alert campaign using a Net-Results Integration.

1. Create a new list in Net-Results

If you already have a list in Net-Results containing your contacts you can skip this step.

  1. Login into your Net-Results Account
  2. Find the Contact & Accounts Tab
  3. Go to Lists > Create New
  4. Name and Upload the appropriate contacts
Net-Results list creation and contact

2. Create a new "Blog Post Alert” Campaign

  1. Login to your FeedOtter Account
  2. Click on New Automated Email >Name your Campaign > Select Automated Alert
  3. Follow the wizard and customize your email template based on your current needs
    1. Insert RSS feed (link to RSS feed article)
    2. Select a Template from our Template Library
    3. Upload Logo and insert your social links
FeedOtter's Schedule and Feed Page

3. Setup your Net-Results Connection

When you are happy with your test email, now it is time to publish to Net-Results.

  1. Click the Publish to Net-Results button located in the upper right-hand corner of the page
  2. Click Add a Net-Results Connection, then name your Net-Results Connection
  3. In the next window, Authorize the connection
Net-Results Client Authorization page

4. Net-Results Integration Settings

The final step in setting up your Blog Digest Newsletter is to confirm the integration settings. Those setting include Automation Settings, Elect Recipients (Contact List), and the Review Period.

FeedOtter's Marketing Automation Connection/Settings