Blogger rss feed not updating
Blogger rss feed not updating - Apart cam xxx
Have you posted anything new on your blog recently? Once Author Central (correctly) recognizes your blog feed, your new posts will show up, but anything you posted prior to this will not (unless you repost it). I had been having problems viewing other things too, so I took a chance an looked at my author page using Chrome Browser and there it is.
If your track is private, it will not appear in your RSS feed. To make your track public and in your RSS feed, go to the track’s edit page and change the privacy settings.
It states it would show up 24 hours after submitting the blog feed.
It has been over 24 hours and I do not see any of my blog postings on my author page and I have made 3 new blog posts since submitting the blog feed. Here is my author page (it's not impressive as I don't have a long list of literary credentials but I still wanted people to know about me).
So instead of re-typing my friendly “Can you hep fix my blog ” message, I did what you’re supposed to do when no one listens: I ranted a little.
A few days went by and I saw them tweet and tweet and tweet—seemingly at everyone but me.
Without RSS, users will have to check your site daily for new updates. With an RSS feed (RSS is often called a News feed or RSS feed) they can check your site faster using an RSS aggregator (a site or program that gathers and sorts out RSS feeds).
Since RSS data is small and fast-loading, it can easily be used with services like cell phones or PDA's.
Remove unwanted information With RSS you can (finally) separate wanted information from unwanted information (spam)!
Increase your site traffic With RSS you can create your own news channel, and publish it to the Internet!
Although it says 24 hours, I wouldn't take it too literally.
Most of the time when I create a new post, it does show within 24 hours, but there have been times where it took a few days. I cannot update my computer with Explorer 9 to 11 and I'm having all kinds of trouble updating it.
For example, if your blog is named writer, and is at your feed address would be