How to Add Content

When you are doing social media marketing or content marketing, there is a need for content, lots of content, and that needs to be imported easily into your marketing automation platform of choice. Using Womplify, your content can be imported automatically, shortly after it is published on your site and even if you publish unique content on multiple sites. Once imported, you can then easily share your content with your social network followers and add it to your auto-post and re-post schedule to ensure it gets seen more widely and as often as you want.

Besides just sharing and promoting your own content, a common need in content marketing is curating content published by other people and sharing that with your followers. Womplify also enables you to import content from any number of sites and easily add it to your content auto-posting schedule, either as primary content or as filler content. Filler content can be used to fill in the gaps in your social posting schedule when you do not have enough primary content to share.

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Figure 1. The Content Posts Section.

Requirements

To add content you will need:

  • An RSS feed on your site – on WordPress based sites that is usually at http://yourdomain.com/feed.
  • RSS feeds from other sites for content curation.

Note: you can add multiple feeds to import content from your own sites, or multiple feeds from other sites for content curation, or both.

How to Add a Feed

To add a feed from your site:

  1. On the left menu, click Content and then click My Feeds (see Figure 2).
  2. On the My Feeds box, at the bottom left corner, click the + button.
  3. On the Create Feed popup, in the URL field, enter the URL of your RSS feed and optionally a Title and Tags for your feed.
  4. Click the Create button.

Your feed is now added and content will be imported soon. Whenever new content is detected in your feed, it will appear under Content > My Feeds in the My Feeds Articles box.

To add a feed from another site for curation:

  1. On the left menu, click Curation Feeds and then click Curation Feeds (see Figure 2).
  2. On the Curation Feeds box, at the bottom left corner, click the + button.
  3. On the Create Feed popup, in the URL field, enter the URL of your RSS feed and optionally a Title and Tags for your feed.
  4. Click the Create button.

Your curation feed is now added and content will be imported soon. Whenever new content is detected in the curation feeds, it will appear under Research > Content Curation.

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Figure 2. Adding Content Feeds.