On my Mom Blogger page, there was a box toward the bottom on the left for my blog. I believe there was a little RSS button (or was it an "Edit" button?) that I clicked and was able to add the feed url. I could be wrong. My memory is not what is used to be.
That's what I've done and i think it is the way my feed is burned or something...it just doesn't work...i've searched help on blogger and tried changing the url, but i must have it wrong. the one that pops up on my site feed in blogger doesn't work...i'm at a loss...i need a real guru to help me!!!
Holy smokes, Liz!!! You're telling me I can have my new blog posts show up here at MBC automatically? AND I can put all my favorite blogs onto one Google page so I don't have to spend the whole day surfing around to each one individually? I'm not making the most of this whole feed thing at all! That is a HUGE benefit. I can not believe I haven't been taking advantage of this.
Thank you so much!
This isn't over though. I'm off to do some research and to play around with my "My Page" settings, but I'm sure I'll be back with more questions. As you can probably tell, I'm not the most technologically-advanced person.
Yay! I am so glad you checked it out and it helped you! :) RSS is one of those things that you hear about, but you don't know what it is. I actually had to have my husband explain it to me first. It is sort of like Twitter. I just recently figured that out! I still get confused with Facebook, StumbleUpon, etc.
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