Your Creator Profile's public newsletter feed is like a mini-blog for your newsletter content.
With the newsletter feed in your Creator Profile, you can easily share your newsletter content with others and provide them with an easy way of signing up to your list!
Every Broadcast you send or have previously sent to your subscribers can be made public, and you can also limit their access to paid subscribers using paid posts.
This is great if you're looking for a simple way of sharing your newsletter with potential subscribers who want to preview your content before they sign up.
In this article, we’ll walk through how your Creator Profile's newsletter feed works.
1. Set up your public newsletter feed
Let’s start by customizing your Creator Profile. To do this, go to the Grow tab in the navigation, followed by Creator Profile.
Here, you can customize your profile photo, name, and bio:
If you have a paid newsletter, you can also choose a newsletter product from the Settings tab. More on paid posts here.
Soon, your Creator Profile's newsletter feed will look something like this:
2. Add posts to your newsletter feed
Here’s how to make your newsletter content public:
For an unsent Broadcast draft
Click the Publish tab at the top right of the Broadcast editor for the Broadcast draft you haven't sent yet.
Near the bottom of the page, toggle the option that says 'Post to my public feed'.
Once you've toggled this on, you'll be able to add a thumbnail and choose the alt text to be displayed publicly:
Once you've sent the Broadcast, it will automatically display on your newsletter feed!
For a sent Broadcast
There are two methods of adding a previously sent Broadcast to your newsletter feed.
The first method is to click Posts in the Creator Profile builder:
Then click the Select broadcasts to display publicly button in the right sidebar's Newsletter Posts settings to select the Broadcasts you want to make public.
The second method is to find your sent Broadcast from your Broadcasts dashboard and click its subject line to open it.
On the right-hand side, toggle the button near the bottom that says Enabled on public feeds so that it turns green.
From here, you can also add a thumbnail and choose the alt text to be displayed publicly.
3. Share your Creator Profile
Now that you've added content to your Creator Profile's newsletter feed, here’s what it will look like for your audience:
To get new subscribers, try sharing your Creator Profile link on social media, in your emails, or even in your email signature!
From your Creator Profile, visitors will be able to subscribe and share your content with their followers:
There you have it. So many opportunities for growing your list!
Curious how to earn an income with a paid newsletter? Check out this article! 👇