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    Red face RSS and URL

    I still appear to have a mental block when it comes down to FEEDS although I have them set up with Feedburner and now Google.:

    Please can you tell me simply how and where I locate RSS feeds when I am looking for them? e.g. blogging content, sites etc. How differently do they look from the normal URLs?

    How would I know the RSS to my Squarespace and Wordpress blogs?

    When asked to BURN A NEW FEED do I give the full URL or just the text and Feedburner converts it?
    sincronising all my links and tites ready for 2010.

    Thanks in advance.

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    The best way to find a feed on any website is to look for the RSS icon either on the website or in your browser address bar. Once you hover your mouse over the icon, the address will show up in your task bar or you can right click and select Copy Link Location.

    When asked to Burn a New Feed, enter the full URL of your site.
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    Lightbulb Rss Feeds

    Thanks Chris for such a prompt and useful answer.

    The mystery is solved so quickly.

    I will now have a play.

    Have a great Christmas.

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    Thanks, Judith for asking the question, and thanks, Chris for the answer - I didn't know that either.
    Happy Holidays!
    Diana
    We are alive and we need foods that are alive! Sunrider http://www.diana2.com

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    Wink Rss URL

    Hi, Always good to know that you are not the only one who has little mental blocks. Stay tuned I have a few more.

    My new WP blog is almost ready to go on 1st January. the link will be http://sizzle4health.com. http://judith.attractionmarketingandmindset.com is my marketing blog.

    We have things in common I see.

    Enjoy the rest of the Festive Season.

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    Hi Judith!
    I loved seeing your Christmas Day photos in Spain! Looks like fun!
    Diana
    We are alive and we need foods that are alive! Sunrider http://www.diana2.com

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    Default Christmas

    Hi Diana,

    How did you spend your Christmas?

    Do you do anything special for the New Year?

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    Hi Judith!
    I had a really quiet Christmas this year - since I'll be doing lots of traveling and activities in 2010....wanted to just really relax and simplify this holiday season.
    It was wonderful and peaceful.
    I'm going to NAMS in Atlanta Georgia -
    http://dianarecommends.com/learning-...-nams-2010/236

    Can't wait to meet about 50 of the Elite Members here on the Forum, who are attending - and meet Lynn Terry in person!!! - that is just 4 weeks away.

    Then in May I go on my Mediterranean Cruise - see here!
    http://diana1.com/sunrider-mediterra...uise-may-2010/

    So, I am focusing on those 2 exciting upcoming trips!
    Diana
    We are alive and we need foods that are alive! Sunrider http://www.diana2.com

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