Plan content using RSS Feed


RSS is a spellbinding tool to automate your online activities. You can use RSS feeds to subscribe to your favorite news channels, blog sites, video channels etc. By adding the RSS feeds, you won’t have to go to each individual channel and check for new content each time.

With this automation recipe, you can schedule the content pushed by your favorite sources for your own channels. And to your convenience, it’s all possible now in three simple steps. 

Sign in to your ContentStudio account and find Publish on the navigation bar and click on it. And then select Automation.

In the next screen, all recipes will appear. Select "RSS Feed to Social Media" and click on "+New Campaign".


1

Campaign Name and Channels

In this step, you have to select the name for your campaign and the social media channels i.e. Facebook pages & groups, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Tumblr profiles.
 


2

Optimize your Posts

Add the Feed URL for your favorite news channels, blog sites, video channels etc. You can create the RSS feed URL by appending  /feed/ or  /rss/  with it. Our algorithm checks for new posts in the mentioned feed every 30minutes.
 

Add Hashtags to your posts

Add saved hashtags to your posts or create new ones. There are two options while adding a hashtag to your post.  

Learn how to add hashtags to your posts.


3

Schedule and Finalize

This is the final step where you can finalize the time and date of your post for your selected social media accounts. Below are the options which you could use while scheduling your posts.
 

Post Immediately

This option lets you post the content immediately when it is found in the added feed.

Queue

This option lets you schedule the content found in the added feed, back-to-back to your already scheduled queues.

You can select the number of posts you want to schedule per each feed update.

You can also check the option ‘I’d like to review content before it is published’ to choose content according to your preference. 
And, that is how you plan content using RSS feeds.

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