(1) From the Fanforce Marketplace, ‘Install’ the Blogger Behavior
(2) Click on the ‘+People’ dropdown in the navigation & select “Blogger Contacts”
(3) Input the following:
Source Name - the name of your set or group (i.e. Targeted Bloggers)
Full Name - the name of a blogger whose mentions you want to track (i.e. Sarah Lacy)
RSS Feed - Feed URL for blogger (i.e. feeds.reuters.com/news/reutersmedia)
Communication Channels - enter Email Address, Twitter Handle, Facebook Account, Pinterest Account, LinkedIn Account for blogger, if desired
(4) Add additional bloggers using the ‘+’ icon if desired
(5) Click the orange icon by the RSS Feed text field; if the Feed URL is verified, the icon will turn green; if not, it will turn red. If red, re-enter the Feed URL using the proper form (reference example above)
(6) When complete, click the green “Add Bloggers” button to finalize
(7) Upon receipt of Success message, click the “back” button in your web browser to return to Fanforce (yes, this is very janky and will be changed... hopefully soon)
(8) Click the ‘+Initiatives’ dropdown in the navigation and select “Blog It”
(9) Input an Initiative Name (i.e.
(10) Input a keyword or comma-separated list of keywords, the mention of which you would like to track (i.e. your company name, the name of a campaign, etc.). The more specific the keyword, the better.
(11) Select a Start Time (Fanforce can retroactively source keyword mentions from the past 24-hour time frame, if desired)
(12) Click the green “Create Initiative” button.
(13) You can view the initiative you created under the Initiatives tab
(14) As the bloggers in your contact list use the keywords in your Initiative, this activity will be registered on your Fanforce dashboard