If you're a blogger who writes about peer-reviewed research, your posts can appear on ResearchBlogging.org and reach thousands of readers. Here's how.
Important: Make sure your Blog URL and RSS URL are correct -- the site won't work without this information. An RSS feed is a way for readers (or automated systems like our site) to learn about your blog without visiting your site. We need your RSS URL so our system can learn when your blog has been updated. You can find it by looking for the feed icon on your blog: .If your blog doesn't have a feed icon, then try these addresses:
If this doesn't work, you can register for bloglines.com, click on "feeds" and "add," and put your blog's url into the dialog box. Your RSS URLs will be listed.
Do you write about peer-reviewed research in your blog? Use ResearchBlogging.org to make it easy for your readers — and others from around the world — to find your serious posts about academic research.
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