When you create a new blog, you will notice a “Subscribe” link appears in your Navigation Bar as a default link. The Subscribe link is your blog’s RSS feed URL. When viewing this link, some readers may see a page displaying HTML code while others may see page displaying links to your blog posts. Don’t worry, there is nothing wrong with your Subscribe link! It only means that your browser does not support viewing a feed directly. Here are some ways that your readers can utilize your RSS link.
Everyone has their own preference on how they wish to follow their favorite blogs, so it’s good to provide options. You already have one by sharing the RSS feed URL directly. Readers can use this link to add to their favorite blog reader. A Blog Reader is an online RSS reader where you can collect all of your favorite websites into one place. Some popular blog readers include:
You can group your links into categories to better organize your saved websites.
Follow By Email Updates
Getting blog posts delivered directly to your inbox is another popular option to offer to your readers. Typepad has Feedblitz integrated into the application and it is really easy to set up an email list to deliver your blog posts. If you are familiar with Mailchimp for your newsletter needs, they also offer an RSS-to-email campaign. This way, you can track who on your list is opening your emails to read your post.