How to Find an RSS Feed on a Website The Mozilla Foundation designed the RSS icon and gave the public permission to use it freely.An RSS is completely different from your blog or website URL. Firefox and Internet Explorer (version 7 or newer) display the RSS button on the upper right side of the tab bar, next to the home page button.Most of you already know how to locate your RSS feed URL to synch your blog with your Goodreads, Amazon Author Central, and Triberr accounts. Examples of Website URLs My website URL is http//: My blog is part of my website, so the basic URL for both are the same.But if you don’t speak RSS, that sentence probably made you roll your eyes or reach for the aspirin bottle. Some authors may have started blogs on Blogger or free Word Press, and simply “forwarded” or re-directed the URL to their stand-alone, self-hosted website once it was created.
You can always use the Goodreads app to connect another existing Facebook Page that you admin, however, each page can only be connected to one Goodreads item, such as a group or author page.
If that’s true for you, your blog URL will look like my friend Christine Nolfi’s.
Now that we’ve reviewed Website URL 101, we’ll move on.
When you click on the orange icon, you should be taken to the website’s RSS feed site.
The URL should be displayed in your browser’s address bar upper left.