Subscribing to the BNI blog

Subscribing to the BNI blog means you’re updated as new posts are published – saving you from returning to the site to look for new content.

There are two ways you can subscribe; by receiving emails containing the latest posts, or through your RSS reader.

By email:  Simply click on the link ‘Subscribe by email‘ on the front page and enter your email address or click here.

By RSS: Here’s what RSS is all about and how to subscribe:

About RSS and how to subscribe to our blog

What is RSS?
Real Simple Syndication (RSS) is a FREE way for us to send you our latest content straight to your computer. Simply, it lets you know we have added new content to the bniblog.
You can see blog articles and pictures in one place as they are published. Rather than browse or search for new content, you can subscribe to our RSS feed and we will send our latest blog posts to you!
When content on is updated, it will be sent straight to your RSS reader and available for you to view at your leisure. RSS feeds contain a headline, summary and a link back to the full story on the website.
RSS is simple, free and only takes a few minutes to set up.
You can get an RSS feed where you see the orange RSS icon on our homepage.

How do I use RSS?
It’s easy.
The first thing you need is an RSS reader. This is software that checks your feeds and lets you read new content as its added. There are some good RSS readers available and they do not take long to access.
Generally, RSS readers come in two kinds. You can download a dedicated desktop reader. This allows you to store it on your main computer. Or you can set up a browser-based news reader. This allows you to catch up with your feeds from any computer, and it does not need a software download.
Wikipedia, the free online encyclopaedia, has links to more than a hundred different RSS readers in its list of news aggregators. All you have to do is go to an RSS reader and follow the instructions on set-up.
On this page you will find links to some of the more common RSS readers.
Some of the more common web-based readers are:
– Bloglines
– My Yahoo!
– Google Reader
– Rojo
– PageFlakes
– Newsgator (Web-based package)

Some of the more common readers based on a software download are:
– Newsgator (Software-based package)
– FeedReader
– FeedDemon
– RSSBandit
– NewzCrawler
– NetNewsWire

How do I get a bniblog RSS feed?
Once you have a reader, there are several easy ways you can set up your bniblog RSS feed.
Click on the orange RSS icon. If you have Internet Explorer 7.0 or Firefox 1.0 and above, it will automatically add the feed to your reader.
If you have an earlier version of Internet Explorer, you will be taken to a new page. Cut and paste the url of that page into your feed reader. Your reader will tell you how to save it. You are now enabled for that feed.
Don’t worry, it’s not as daunting as it sounds.
Once enabled, you will start being sent any new content from our feed.