Some mainstream blog publishing tools or websites have the mail publishing function. You can publish the Blog content by sending emails to an established address.
In combination with the above two and automatic Email Forwarding, you can use a blog as the main function to synchronously update the remaining blogs. The following describes the detailed practices.
Initial Conditions: email, RSS, and blog
First, you need to have an email address. Here I chose Gmail because it is stable, has a large space, and has rich functions.
Then you have to have a blog as your main blog. You can use the services provided by the blog service provider. It doesn't matter whether mail publishing is supported. You only need to update it normally, the rest of the blogs will indirectly read content from here. Here I chose WordPress built in my own space.
Finally, although blogs all have the RSS Publishing function, they adopt the feature to facilitate management and to fix the RSS address.
Use your mailbox to subscribe to RSS
This subscription is different from the subscription that is generally used for RSS reader. Instead, it allows http://www.rssfwd.com/to send your RSS updates to your mailbox in a step-by-step manner. The procedure is as follows:
Enter http://www.rssfwd.com/and enter your rssaddress
Enter your email address and click "subscribe"
Get the email publishing mailbox of the blog to be synchronized
For MSN spaces, go to "Settings"> "email publishing:
The mail publishing address is the email@example.com.
For blogger.com, go to "Settings"> "email:
The mail publishing address is the Fwolf.firstname.lastname@example.org, and the "publish" check means that the mail is published immediately, instead of waiting for editing or manual Publishing.
Set automatic mailbox forwarding
Now the mailbox can receive the token.
Note that each filter can only be forwarded to one mailbox. If multiple mailboxes need to be forwarded (with multiple targets), it seems that the archive of received emails cannot be archived in the filter, otherwise, only one filter will take effect (in testing ).
For more information about automatic mailbox forwarding, see automatic synchronization of Multiple blogs (Addendum) through RSS subscription and Email Forwarding, because the methods described in this article forward through filters have many drawbacks, I don't want to miss people.
You can also publish a blog to sitesled.com through the FTP Publishing function of blogger.com.
Publish (publish as a static page), because Blogspot is still inaccessible, this method is currently the best method.
For the FTP Publishing settings of blogger, go to "Settings"> "publish"> ftp. For details, see: