Content Marketing and Copywriting Create an Archive Page of your VerticalResponse Newsletters

Published on August 30th, 2010 | by VerticalResponse

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Create an Archive Page of your VerticalResponse Newsletters

We recently created an archive page for our VR Buzz weekly newsletter, and it was so easy that we want to share with you how to make one of your own!
Here is what you’ll need:

Step1: After
you’ve launched you VR newsletter click on the hosted version link and
bookmark the hosted version of your newsletter using your Delicious
account. Tag it with a unique tag like “NLArchive”.
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Step 2: Take the feed for that tag by clicking on the
“RSS feed for these Bookmarks” link
on the bottom of the page, and
copying the URL from the location bar.
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Step 3: Go to Google Feedburner and “Burn” that feed. Once your feed is burned, click the “publicize” tab in your Feedburner account and activate “BuzzBoost.”

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Step 4: Take the HTML output provided by the Feedburner BuzzBoost feature and paste it on your website (your website developer can help you do this). You’re Done – Success!

Step 5: Repeat step 1 for future newsletters, and all of your tagged newsletters (be sure to use the same tag each time) will populate on your page.

Step 6: Promote your new archive page on your website, social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter), blog site, etc. Check out our VR Buzz Weekly Email Newsletter Archives page for an example of what your end result can look like.

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2 Responses to Create an Archive Page of your VerticalResponse Newsletters

  1. Jill Bastian jill says:

    Hi Alice,

    Great question! We’ve written a couple of blog posts on the VR blog recently about the changes going on with Google Reader. Two that we’ve checked out are Feedly and Flipboard, you may want to look into those, but there are others as well.
    You can read the posts here:
    http://www.verticalresponse.com/blog/two-alternatives-to-google-reader/
    http://www.verticalresponse.com/blog/after-google-readers-demise-does-rss-matter-to-your-business/

  2. Alice says:

    As a VR customer I do want to create an archive of my newsletters, but Google Reader will soon be obsolete, as Google has announced ended the service. What other options for creating the archive do you recommend?

    Thanks
    Alice Fuller
    VR Customer

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