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What is correct feed when using a static front page?

  • This is the first time I’ve ever had a static front splash page.

    I thought I could just add a feed of: mysite.com/feed but I don’t think that’s working. In an entire month not one person has subscribed!

    I added the Feedburner Feedsmith Extend, which I’ve used on my other blogs, and I don’t know what went wrong, but the next day my host, ipower, completely shut down all my sites, which was infuriating, to say the least. They claimed I had 1000 “requests”, which overloaded their site. I have no idea what they are talking about, but I figured out how to deactivate most of my plugins, including that one.

    They finally rehosted the sites, but I’m reluctant to add the feedburner plugin again.

    Can someone please help me set up a feed? My site is http://donnabarstow.com/ and the blog part of my site is: http://donnabarstow.com/new-cartoons/

    Should I just add feed after the blog page, like /new-cartoons/feed ? Or am I missing something?

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