RSS Feeds Help
How to Read RSS feeds
RSS feeds bring automatically updated information straight to your desktop. You can monitor news, blogs, job listings, personals, and classifieds. More and more sites offer feeds, which you can identify by a small button that says either RSS or XML. However, if you click one of these links, you will most likely get a page full of code in your browser. To properly read the feed, you need a rss reader.
There are two types of readers: a software that you download and install in your computer or on-line services where you subscribe for free and read all the news in one page through your favorite browser.
Some free RSS readers: (for download and install).
On-line RSS readers:
Once you are all set up with you new feedreader, to add IntegrityLifeCoach blog, just click in the RSS button in the column of the right to get the subscription URL (http://www.integritylifecoach.com/blog/?feed=rss2) and you paste this URL in the appropiate place in your feedreader (of course this will vary depending of the program you’re using).
As a last note, newest browsers (i.e. Internet Explorer 7 and 8 and Mozilla Firefox) have a newsreader feature included, where you can subscribe with only one click.
If you are using an older browser we sugest you to update it (not only for the rss subscription, but also for security reasons and other improvements).