How to Subscribe to Smith Mountain Lake News

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Wondering what those little buttons are up to the right? Want to make sure you never miss out on what’s happening at Smith Mountain Lake? Read on about how to subscribe to Smith Mountain Lake News using your favorite newsreader, or how to get a reader of your own if you don’t have one.


Google

Google Reader or Homepage
This button will add the news stories from Smith Mountain Lake News to either your Google Personalized Homepage or your Google Reader.

  • To add to Google Personalized Homepage, click Google Reader or Homepage, then choose "Add to Google Homepage." If you are already signed into your Google Account, it will be saved on your Customized Homepage. If not, click the link at the bottom of the page: "Save this page and take it with you using your Google Account." If you have a Google Account, sign in. If not, you may create a new one for free.
  • To sign up for a free Google Reader, you’ll first need a Google Account. Then go to the Google Reader page and log in with your Google Account information. Come back here and click on Google Reader or Homepage and choose "Add to Google Reader".

Yahoo!

Add to My Yahoo!
This button will add the news stories from Smith Mountain Lake News to your My Yahoo! account. Just click the button and follow the instructions on the subsequent pages to add to My Yahoo! by either signing in to your existing My Yahoo! account or by creating an account if you don’t already have one.


Bloglines

Subscribe with Bloglines
Click the button to add to your Bloglines account. If you are already signed in, you can simply follow the instructions to add to your reader. Otherwise you will be prompted to create an account. Once you have signed in, you should be able to access Smith Mountain Lake News from your My Feeds list.


Newsgator

Subscribe in NewsGator Online
Click the button to add to your Newsgator account. You will be prompted to either sign in or create an account. Once you have done this, the feed for Smith Mountain Lake News should be available from your Web Reader.


My MSN


Click the button to add to your My MSN account. You will be prompted to sign in with your MSN Passport credentials. If you do not have an MSN account, click the ‘Sign Up’ button. Otherwise, sign in, and you will then be able to access the Smith Mountain Lake News feed from your My MSN homepage.


del.icio.us

del.icio.us Smith Mountain Lake News
Unlike the other options above, del.icio.us is not a feed reader. It is a bookmarking utility that allows people to share their favorite websites publicly. By clicking the del.icio.us button, you are saving Smith Mountain Lake News as a bookmark in your del.icio.us account so that you can access it from any computer connected to the Internet. For more information, please see About del.icio.us.


XML


If you’re using any other newsreaders, you can grab this valid XML path and plug it in.