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Ramit Sethi · February 17th, 2006

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  1. Ramit, I don’t know whether it’s from your side or Yahoo’s but the RSS feed is always late. Even if I refresh or update, it only notifies me of a new post after a few days or hours. FYI

  2. Ramit Sethi

    Hm, that’s weird–it works fine for me on Yahoo. I’ll look into it. For now, it may be easier for you to put this one into your feed reader:

  3. That link works. Thanks

  4. Josh Zerin

    Or use Safari or other RSS-enabled web browser….

  5. Jonathan Radande

    Hey Ramit,

    Hope things are going well for you. I just wanted to know, how often do you send out the newsletter?

  6. Ramit Sethi

    About once every 2-4 weeks.

  7. Hi Ramit. I only get the intro to your posts and not the entire post of the feed. I need to click on your website to read the rest. Is it because I use google reader?

  8. Ramit Sethi

    Probably. I’m not sure if Google shows complete feeds. It’s either that or you’re not pointing towards the right feed.

    So I’d suggest (1) trying to use another feed from my site–look at the top right pane for the graphical links–or (2) switching to something like Bloglines.

  9. Hey Ramit,

    Love the site. I can’t seem to subscribe to the RSS feed via NewsGator – are you able to add this to the list of default readers (ie Google, Yahoo etc)?