If you have registered your blog with us and created a post you believe should be aggregated, but hasn't appeared on our site, this page can help you with some of the most common issues.
Make sure your blog URL and RSS URL are correct on your registration. This is the most common problem with post aggregation.
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.
Many blogging platforms offer two different views for bloggers to edit their posts, a "visual" view that approximates what the final post will look like, and a "code" or "html" view that allows you to enter the actual html commands. In most cases "visual" view will not work, and you should try the "code" or "html" view.
If you click on your blog name in the "My Blogs" box, then click on "manage posts" at the top, you can see whether our aggregator has seen your posts. The list will initially display "active" posts. Select "all" from the drop-down menu to see all the posts. A post can have several different statuses:
If the post does not appear in "manage posts," then our system hasn't yet seen your post. You can try rescanning your blog from your blog's home page. If your post still doesn't appear in "manage posts" then something may be wrong with your RSS feed. Check the RSS URL you provided us to see if your post appears there.
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