I’d like a RSS feed that lists new wants and needs
Seems to be this one
My current ones are starting to annoy me, they are quite predatory
could be a project
If my thing is to do websites for 100% units, I don’t need this stuff
Some people might?
What say a small group of people maintained their website “in-house” this could be really good, customisable UI…,
all kinds of drag and drop wonderfulness.
$85 dollars a year isn’t much for a theme
$249 for life isn’t too sour
(are you really going to use this for LIFE, I think not )
and across blogs
LETS is the Local Exchange Trading System (or Local Energy Transfer System), a way of sharing resources around by community exchange.
This game is fun to play and takes about 20 min. It is a very useful tool to demonstrate how LETS works and get across the message that LETS is based on balance and equity. The materials required are easily made in advance. If the trading cards are prepared with imagination, playing the game can also provide inspiration for what to trade, helping to illustrate the concept that everyone has something to offer.
What you need:
Enough cards to deal one Offer & one Want to each player.
Offers – each card has a different Offer written on, eg hairdressing, computer repairs, jam, hammer.
Wants – each card has a different Want written on, to exactly match the offers (equal numbers).
Banker cards – slips of paper, some with…
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Share Your Blog Posts with MailChimp
Before You Start
- You’ll need the URL for your RSS feed. If you want to include content from multiple feeds, you can use our FEED merge tag to add multiple RSS feeds to one campaign. Or use a feed aggregator like RSSUnify or RSS Mix to combine multiple RSS feeds into a single feed.
<link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Roy's FREE WP Resources » Feed" href="https://royhanfling.wordpress.com/feed/" /> <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title="Roy's FREE WP Resources » Comments Feed" href="https://royhanfling.wordpress.com/comments/feed/" />
- You can’t control the RSS content via the Campaign Builder. If you want your content formatted a certain way, edit the RSS source directly.
About RSS Sends
When you first set up an RSS campaign, we show the last post that was added to your feed as an example as you build your campaign. We don’t send campaigns to your list unless there’s something new to send. For example, if you set your campaign to send weekly but haven’t posted in more than a week, we won’t send to your list until there is a new post on the day your campaign is set to send.
If this is the first time you send your RSS campaign, we’ll only send posts from the last 24 hours for daily, from the last seven days for weekly, and the last 30 days for monthly. After that, each new send will pull all posts made to your feed since the last send.
Create an RSS Campaign
RSS campaigns are built in a series of steps, like other email campaigns.
To create a new RSS campaign, follow these steps.
- Navigate to the Campaigns page.
- Click Create Campaign.
- Click Create an Email.
- Click Automated.
- Click Share blog updates.
- Enter a campaign name and choose a list.
- Click Begin.
RSS Feed Step
You’ll choose the RSS feed you want to use and other settings on the RSS Feed step.
- Type your feed’s URL in the RSS Feed URL field.
- Choose your send time and other options.
- When should we send?
Choose from Every day, Every week, or Every month. Use the drop-down menus and checkboxes to choose the day(s) and time you want your RSS campaign to send.
- Resize RSS feed images to fit template
Check this box if you want MailChimp to resize the images in your feed to fit your template. This will help prevent your campaign from stretching. This option only resizes images pulled in via the *|RSSITEM:CONTENT|* or *|RSSITEM:CONTENT_FULL|* merge tags. It won’t work when the campaign is viewed in Outlook, and videos can’t be resized.
The Setup step is where you’ll type in campaign details, like your Email subject and From name, that your subscribers will see when each email in the RSS campaign is sent.
- Type in your campaign details in the fields provided.
- Check the boxes next to any additional settings or tracking options that you want to include.
The *|RSSITEM:TITLE|* merge tag can be used in the subject line of your RSS campaign to pull in the title of your most recent blog post, but you should thoroughly test your campaign before you send. A few factors contribute to whether the title of the most recent post will always display.
The Design step is where you’ll design your campaign.
Use RSS content blocks pre-loaded with our RSS merge tags to customize the content that’s pulled into your campaign.
RSS merge tags pull information from your feed into your campaigns and tell our system what to look for when checking your feed. If these tags are missing, your emails will deliver without content.
The Confirm step is where you’ll review your campaign.
- Review the Pre-Delivery Checklist, and preview and test your email campaign if you haven’t already. Click Resolve or Edit to make changes to any section of the campaign.
- Click Start RSS to send your RSS campaign based on the schedule you chose, or click the drop-down arrow and choose Send Now and start RSS campaign to immediately send a campaign and start the schedule.
View RSS Campaign Reports
RSS campaigns function differently than other types of MailChimp campaigns. When you create an RSS campaign, we generate the parent copy of the campaign that is referenced for each individual send. When the RSS campaign sends to your list at its scheduled time, each sent copy is referred to as a child of the parent campaign.
We generate a campaign report for each child RSS campaign. To see an overview of the child campaign reports for a parent RSS campaign, follow these steps.
- Navigate to the Campaigns page.
- Find the parent RSS campaign you want to work with, and click Sent Campaigns.
This will take you to a list of all the sent child campaigns for that RSS campaign.
- Click View Report to view the report for a child campaign.
So the issues are
- when we make major changes to a website, it’s good to create a copy, work on that copy and when it is right, we can load the changed version into the old place.
- Themes don’t alway go across cleanly so they need a tidy up
So I’m doing that https://royhanflingclone.wordpress.com/
It works fine 🙂