Accessing Your Blog RSS Feed and Displaying Third-Party Blog Content

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Manually posting content to your Real Geeks blog gives you the opportunity to showcase your knowledge and boost your site performance on search engines.
While it is not suggested to add content to your site that exists on another website as it can negatively affect your SEO, you do have the ability to feed existing blog content into your Real Geeks website instead of manually posting. If you would like to learn how to manually create or update the content on your blog, click here.

Items discussed in this article:

Accessing Your Real Geeks Blog RSS Feed

Displaying Third-Party Blog Content via Widget

Displaying Third-Party Blog Content via RSS Feed Link

 

Accessing Your Real Geeks Blog RSS Feed  

We automatically create an RSS feed for the blog page on your Real Geeks website. You can locate the RSS feed at www.yoursite.com/blog/feed/, just be sure to replace "yoursite.com" with your domain.

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Displaying Third-Party Blog Content via Widget

Automatically pulling blog content onto your Real Geeks website from an outside platform is currently only supported by embedding what is called a "widget" into the source code of your blog home page.

You will need to obtain an embed code for your blog feed widget directly from the platform hosting your blog. If you are unable to locate the embed code for your blog feed widget, please contact the platform hosting your blog content.

Once you have obtained the embed code for your blog feed widget, copy the embed code provided and paste it into the source code of your blog home page, or whichever page on the website you would like your blog content to appear. 

To learn more about adding to the source code of a page, click here.

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Displaying Third-Party Blog Content via RSS Feed Link

At this time we are unable to support RSS feed links. Please see above to learn how to display third-party blog content on your Real Geeks website by embedding a widget.

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