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Blog visibility by RSS Feeds

  1. I have had this issue for awhile now and can't figure out what the problem is. Whenever I publish a post, it doesn't show up on my (or anyone else's) RSS feed for days, sometimes even a week or more. Is there any way to accelerate the publishing of a post so that increases the immediate visibility by RSS feeds/Mobile Readers?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. This is your RSS Feed for posts Note that immediately upon publication the posts appear in the RSS Feed. If your followers are using Chrome then it has no built in feed reader and the feed reader extension that's required. Here's the link for that extension Otherwise, I do know why there would be any delay and have tagged this thread for Staff to look into this issue. Please subscribe to the thread so you are notified when they respond and please be patient while waiting.

  3. I have a few friends who have my blog listed on their "blog roll" and I "subscribed" to my own blog through Feedly - While the posts indicate the actual date that the post was published it doesn't actually show up to be read until days later (i.e., if I post something today, it might show up next Tuesday. When it does actually post it will indicate that I published it today but it won't show in my Feedly feed or on my friend's site until next week so I can't read it right away unless I go to the actual web address)

  4. I'm sorry to hear that Feedly is not picking up your posts which appear instantaneously in your feed here following publication We have no control over how any external feedreader service operates. Have you taken your issue up with Support Staff at Feedly?

  5. Hmmm - That's a good idea. Thanks! The other site that has trouble is linking my feed to blogspot. Have you heard of anyone else having this issue? If not, I'll contact their support staff also. Thanks!

  6. The only issues I have ever seen with blogspot people is that they do not enter the correct feed URLs like this one Their RSS feeds have a different format (syntax) for their feeds to their blogs and unless they enter the correct URL they won't be able to access your RSS feed for posts.

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