How to Add Your Content Sources to Revoice

Hi! In this tutorial we’re going to talk about how to add content sources on Revoice.

You might have already added your Facebook brand page as a content source during the onboarding process – but in case you missed it, or want to add more content sources, I’ll quickly show you how to connect each of these four content sources.

Blog / RSS

When you connect your Blog or RSS as a content source, Revoice will automatically deliver a new blog post / RSS update to your subscribers as soon as it is published.

To add these sources, go to the “Settings” tab from your landing page…

…and click on the “Add New Automatic Source” button.

Then you’ll see four different types of content you can choose from.

To connect your Blog or RSS as a content source, click on the “Connect” button at the right side of Blog / RSS.

Finally, put the URL of your blog or RSS feed and save it.


If you want Revoice to deliver your tweets on Messenger or any other messeging platform, connect Twitter as a content source by clicking its’  “Connect” button.

Provide the Twitter handle you want to use, for example, @revoiceme and click “Save”.


Now, let’s connect your newsletter as a content source. From the same settings page, scroll down to Newsletter and click on the “Connect” button on the right hand side.

Then fill out the blank with the page URL where we can find your newsletter. Look at the example of the HubSpot Newsletter. We copy the page URL of the exact site where the subscribe button to the newsletter appears.

…and paste it here below Newsletter on Revoice.


Assuming that you have a Youtube channel and you want your Youtube videos to be delivered through Facebook Messenger, all you have to do is just connect your Youtube channel to Revoice with this “Connect” button.

And fill it out with your channel name or URL to save it.

That’s all! So we’ve seen how to connect a Blog, Twitter, Newsletter and Youtube as content sources. This means that when people click to subscribe on your landing page, they’ll receive every update of your blog, Twitter, newsletter or Youtube. Of course you can connect as many content sources as you want, but we recommend that you avoid sending duplicate content. So choose carefully which type of content you really want to deliver to your subscribers.

To learn how to get subscribers, please go on reading the next tutorial!




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