Monday, September 25, 2006

How to Add our Blog RSS to MyYahoo

How to Add our Blog RSS to MyYahoo

For those of you that have a My Yahoo page the process of adding an RSS feed is simple.

1. Go to your "My Yahoo page" and log in.

2. When your MyYahoo Page is open click on "Add Content".

3. Click the link at the right "Add RSS by URL"

4. Paste the URL into the form and click "Add"

This is an example URL for an atom RSS feed.

http://eslincanada.blogspot.com/atom.xml

5. Click on back to "My Yahoo" - your page should reopen.

6. Click on the new RSS Feed Link with the Blog Title and Story title.

7. That is it - success - you can read RSS Feeds


Yahoo has made the process of reading Blogs very easy by bringing the recent posts to your MyYahoo page.

The Three ESL in Canada Blogs can be added by pasting the URL into the "Add RSS by URL" form. You have to add content, add RSS by URL and paste for each blog to be added to MyYahoo.

1.

http://eslincanada.blogspot.com/atom.xml

ESL in Canada News, information articles, reports, opinions, observations, warnings for English ESL students, teachers, agents, homestays and schools

2.

http://tlc-network-club.blogspot.com/atom.xml

Travel Language Culture Network Club will organize special member group prices, special events and activities to help provide visitors with both fun and educational programs. Network Club recommendations will assist club members with travel, language, culture, immigration, employment, shopping, homestay and professional services.

3.

http://street-talk-english-survival-tips.blogspot.com/atom.xml

Street Talk lives moves changes emotes evolves excites informs comforts calms grows dies fades infuriates alarms frustrates motivates divides separates joins unites identifies and triggers users. Street Talk English Survival Tips will help you.

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Blog Feed
http://eslincanada.blogspot.com/atom.xml

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