Welcome to Junkyard Blogs Directory’s early Tuesday morning edition of Explore Digest Newsletter. Similar to our Roundups, these newsletters are intended mainly for our new followers (and our long time fans as well) to catch up with our links to blogs, websites, and businesses they may not have yet discovered, or to be reminded of to visit. In this digest we are sharing the listings that were posted during the week of Sunday, April 1st, 2018 – Saturday, April 7th, 2018. This was during our 2nd week of posting when we launched this directory. Enjoy, and have a great morning exploring the web at the junkyard 🙂
Welcome to Junkyard Blogs Directory’s 2nd Roundup Digest Newsletter. These weekly newsletters highlight all of the new blogs and business links added to our directory through the past week. These roundup’s are posted on Sunday’s, and are intended to provide you with an overview of the latest websites, blogs, and business discoveries we have for you. You will notice a “post” link at the end of each sites descriptions. These are just internal links to that individual’s post in our directory. This is mainly for our use for easy and quick access to help us maintain our directory should we at some point find a website is no longer available as we do check these links at least once a year. You will also notice that some listings have an RSS link. This indicates we are syndicating that sites latest headlines via RSS. This can give you an idea of what type of content that site is posting about. So here we go with the listings for the week of Sunday, April 1st, 2018 – Saturday, April 7th, 2018.
rssWeather – Here is a very useful website where you can obtain RSS feeds for your local area. You can subscribe to these feeds in your favorite feed reader such as feedly, or use them to syndicate content on your website. Very useful if you maintain a personal blog or website and want to include the weather for your hometown on it. We noticed that the feed information was not extremely detailed, but it will give you some insight as to what your local weather is up to at a quick glance and for more details, just check your local news or favorite weather channel, radio, website, etc.