If you are using the RSS Feed option to share your Lead Pilot content to your Twenty Over Ten website, you may be wondering how these posts will interact with your existing blog content. Lead Pilot and regular blog posts (either from Content Assist or your own original posts) are both impactful tools that can be used in tandem to provide website visitors with a regular feed of important and educational information.
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Can I have Lead Pilot articles post automatically on my existing blog page alongside my current posts?
The short answer: no.
Adding an RSS feed URL to a blog page will immediately allow the RSS content to take the place of your existing posts. You will still be able to view and manage your previous blog posts in your Twenty Over Ten dashboard, but they won’t be accessible to your website visitors.
What is the recommended setup for my Lead Pilot RSS feed?
The best option, and best practice, would be to create a new blog-type page through your website dashboard, and place a link to this new page in a prominent spot on your website. One popular option is to add it to your Main Navigation for easy access.
Is there a way to add Lead Pilot posts manually to my existing blog page?
If keeping a single blog page is a priority, you can manually add Lead Pilot posts to your blog page using the “External URL” feature.
You will need to get the shareable URL from your Lead Pilot post you want to share. Once you have that, you can add a new blog post to your page, and paste the URL into the "External URL" field of the blog post settings. Be sure to add a title, a featured image, and an excerpt before you publish your post. You can pull this info directly from the Lead Pilot post.