So here are a few steps to make sure all your Linked In connections know what a thought leader you are.(Or at least that you’re publishing regular blog posts.) Linked In makes it easy to add an RSS feed to your personal or company pages.
Click on the Activate button to start email subscription service for your RSS feed.
You will then want to click on in the left sidebar menu.
Once configured, you will get statistics such as these and more.
To set up your RSS feed with Feedburner, simply copy the URL of your RSS feed and paste it into the “Burn a feed right this instant” box.
Let’s look at the various ways you should be using your RSS feed.
A RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is a XML-based format for your content.Read More Blogs - Finding Your Ideal Inbound Marketing Agency So you’re in the market to hire an inbound marketing agency?Luckily there are many effective strategies when it comes to selecting your new marketing partner.Burn it to Feed Burner Feedburner is a service that allows you to track analytics about your RSS feed’s subscribers and activity.It was once a standalone service, but was later acquired by Google so you can now set up Feedburner for your RSS feeds within your Google Account.Updated 1/8/2012: Linked In has updated their profile settings and adding an RSS feed to a Linked In personal account is no longer possible.