This guide explains how to create a custom feed. This is just an example and you should consider what sort of custom feed would work best for you.
It will take you less than 1 minute to control the quality of the leads you see in Leadfeeder. You can create as many feeds as you need and want!
Here's what to do:
STEP 1: Log in to Leadfeeder and in the left panel above existing feeds click Create new feed.
STEP 2: After clicking Create new feed, you will see the view below. Name the feed and select the wanted filters.
In this example we select criteria where it says Page URL. This means the custom feed filter will be by page URL.
STEP 3: Clicking Page URL will take you to the following view, where you can control the filter by selecting the Page URL you want to follow.
STEP 4: Once you're happy with the Page URL setting, just click Add. After that you click the tab Email.
STEP 5: If wanted, add subscribers from users from the dropdown menu. Click then Automation.
STEP 6: Read here how to automate your custom feed. If you don't want to automate your custom feed, click Save feed. Get back to the list of feeds by clicking X on the upper right corner.
NOTE: When setting up or editing custom feeds the logic is to use 'or' within single filters and 'and' between different filters within the same feed.
For example you could use a filter to capture visits to domains that contain: lead, feed, app, and it would pull Leads that visited any page with the domain that contained any of those terms.
If another filter is added to the same feed, such as 'location' set to 'France' the feed would collect leads that visited the domains that contained lead, feed, or app AND came from Leads located in France.
STEP 7: You can skip this step and move to step 8 if you don’t use our paid addon GUARD. As step 7, define who can see and edit your feed. You can choose between three options:
Public: All Leadfeeder users of your account can see and edit the feed.
Private: Only you can see and edit the feed.
Limited: All admin users of the Leadfeeder account can view and edit the feed. Also, selected users with limited access can view and edit the feed.
NOTE: If you have a feed that has a Limited or Public access set, it cannot be turned to be private later.
STEP 8: As the final step, click Save feed. Get back to the list of feeds by clicking X on the upper right corner.