Lesson Two: Syndicating Your Blog
There are many ways to syndicate your blog so that it gets more views. Below are the most important ones for authors and book bloggers.
But first, you need to know how to find your blog's RSS feed. My RSS feed, for example, is http://stacyjuba.com/blog/feed/ .
If you don't know how to find your RSS feed then check out this article:
Do you use Feedburner to promote your blog? If you aren't, then go check it out. http://feedburner.google.com/
Feedburner allows you to offer readers a subscribe by email option in addition to the usual option to subscribe with an rss reader.
Amazon: If you have an Author Central account on Amazon, then you can have your blog feed through your Amazon author page. Click on Profile, and then you'll see where you can add your blog's RSS feed. https://authorcentral.amazon.com/
Twitterfeed - this allows you to syndicate your RSS feed to Facebook, Twitter and Linked In. http://www.twitterfeed.com/
Networked Blogs: This is another way for your blog to feed through Facebook and/or Twitter. You can also add a widget to your blog allowing readers to follow through Networked Blogs so that your posts appear in their newsfeeds. Here is a helpful article on how to set this up. http://michelleshaeffer.com/how-to-a...gs/2011/04/14/
If you join Goodreads as an author, one thing you can do on your page is to add your blog RSS so that all your posts feed through Goodreads. Here is information on the author program: http://www.goodreads.com/author/program
<cite>Are there any other places that you syndicate your blog?</cite>