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Sunday, November 19, 2006

Subscribe to This Blog

Subscribing to a blog is easy.

Do you want a handy way to consolidate all your blog reading in one place? Do you read a lot of blogs? Do you forget the URLs of all your favorite blogs?

If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you might want to consider creating a single location where you can view all the blogs you read on one convenient web page. You can easily do this by signing up for a blog aggregator like My.Yahoo.com. I’ll explain how to sign up for Kapp Notes as an example using MyYahoo.

Here’s how: (first you need a Yahoo account, you can get that by clicking here)
1. Once you have a Yahoo account, go to http://www.my.yahoo.com

2. Click on the tiny words "New User Sign Up”

3. Click the big “Save” button (you can first click your interests if you want or add them later.)

4. Then sign in.

5. After you have signed in, go back to my blog, Kapp Notes (or any other blog for that matter) and click on the RSS feed button. It might look like this or some other variation as shown with the Yahoo feed button below or even just an orange button with the letters XML.

6. Then click on the “Yahoo” button. You will be given instructions to add it to your web aggregator (in this case my.yahoo.com). Then you can go to your other favorite sites and add those blog feeds to your MyYahoo site as well.


7. You can use your My.Yahoo page to add content and to see all your blog feeds in one place. It is really simple and well worth the effort.

8. When you want to see the latest updates to all your blogs, go to MyYahoo.com, sign in and see the latest without having to bounce from site to site.

Let me know if you have any problems, be glad to assist.
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1 comment:

Vayie said...

Dang. I'm such an ignoramus. Couldn't really do it. See, my blog is www.vayiplease.blogspot.com
I wanted my readers to be able to subscribe to my blog. But sure, it's hard.