Million Mile Secrets RSS Feed Update

Million Mile Secrets RSS Feed Update

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Please skip this post if you’ve not signed-up to get blog updates via an RSS feed.

You can get blog updates via Facebook, Twitter or email, but some folks prefer getting updates via an RSS feed.  Here’s more information on RSS feeds.  I use Feedly to track my blog subscriptions via RSS feeds.

The Million Mile Secrets RSS feed has moved to a new provider, so please click on this link to ensure that you still get blog updates via RSS.

How to Subscribe

You can subscribe to the new RSS feed via this link.

After clicking the link,  you will see a box in the upper right portion of the page that says “Subscribe to Get Automatic Updates.”

Subscribe to Million Mile Secrets with FeedBlitz
RSS is one of Many Ways to Get Blog Updates

You will see an orange RSS logo.  Click this button.

Click the RSS Button

Finally, click “Subscribe Now

Click “Subscribe Now” to Never Miss Another Post!

I personally prefer subscribing to RSS feeds by adding a blog URL directly to my Feedly account

Bottom Line

If you’ve signed-up for RSS feed updates, please update your subscription by clicking on this link.

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Do not use the Firefox link in Digital Trends to add RSS to your browser; it caused my computer to freeze. Rather go to Firefox add-ons and choose a reader from there.


I had a nice icon in Digg's Reader with! RIP.

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@jamesb2147 - should still work. The RSS feed isn't going away!