Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Activity on Blog

Due you ever get bogged down?  I'm getting more organized to be able to update my blogs on a weekly basis but sometimes it can be tough.  I see I haven't updated since June 4th on this blog and I've been active on my Social Media sites like twitter and facebook.  But bloggin has been slower.  I just found out you can connect your blog with your facebook fan page and your latest blogs will post on facebook.  The nice thing about this is that if you start with the Blog then you don't have to update facebook that often.  I also learned that the fan page can be connected to twitter so this takes three steps of Social media management to happen in one area.  What a way to simplify connecting and making it easier to share important information to others about what I'm doing and perhaps what is going on in the industry.  I love Social Media and I hope to help others with the Quick and Easy solution for their companies.

Friday, June 4, 2010

Google Feedburner Review and Setup

So Feedburner moved to Google and I had previously learned about the features but had never actually applied the subscribe to any of my websites.  I like it because it gives you the ability to have others get emails directly with your information from your blog and it has a super easy interface with blogspot.  Anything that makes it easy is for me.  Google has accomplished the epitome of simplicity.  My first thought if I don't know the answer I go to Google.  The key word "Google it!" has become common in my house and I'm sure across the world.

If you want to know the simple steps I took to add the subscribe to my blog than follow the list below...

1.  Go to
2.  Log in with your google account.
3.  Once logged in type your blog url into the burner and click next.
4.  Choose the correct feed source and click next.
5.  Either accept the name it supplies on this next screen or change your name for your feed.
6.  Than Congrats your Feedburner feed is now live.
7.  Move on to step 2 and check out the details about the feed, at this point I just hit next again.
8.  Lastly the feed is ready to be integrated and you can copy the html code to past onto your site.
9.  I like to publish a chicklet to display on my blogs.

I hope this has been helpful and it will eventually help me in the future if I ever forget how I created the Feedburner:)


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