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You Asked For It! RSS-to-Email, Coming Soon

Hold your breath, all ye bloggers and blog readers out there! A brand new RSS-to-Email feature is coming (and I know how much you wanted it!) It’s like no other RSS-to-Email feature you’ve seen. And while we’re adding some finishing touches to it, here’s a sneak peek at what to expect.

I know you’ve been waiting for this one. And if you want to share posts from your blog – or blogs – or simply want to curate interesting content from favorite sites and share it with your subscribers, you certainly won’t be disappointed with the new RSS-to-Email feature inside GetResponse.

In fact, I’m pretty sure you’re gonna love it.

It’s not just an ordinary RSS-to-Email that automatically sends links to the latest blog posts. It’s much more than that. We asked bloggers what they needed and we’ve designed it as a robust and flexible feature that lets you control and customize the content before it’s sent out.

Choose the frequency of the email digest, decide on the number of posts, and select those that are most valuable, arranging them according to date, number of comments and other criteria.

With the new RSS-to-Email feature inside GetResponse, your periodic blog digest won’t be just a list of links.

Choose from customizable templates, change the layout using the simple functionality of the new Email Creator (yes, we’re all about simplicity) – and make it a nicely designed email your subscribers look forward to.

Every month, every week or every day – you decide.

Can’t wait to lay your hands on it? Stay tuned for the launch news very soon!

And in the meantime, let us know whether — and how — you plan to use it!

Karolina is Social Media Expert for GetResponse. A blogger, copywriter, translator and social media addict, she communicates with GetResponse Customers on Facebook, Twitter and anywhere else she can find them. Follow her on Twitter @karolstefan.

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