Hello everyone!

I'm new to JobBoarders and wanted to know if anyone could assist me by telling me how to add an xml job feed into blogger or wordpress. I would like my feeds to be displayed so that new content would be on the site daily.  Any tips or advice on how to achieve this?

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Hi Carla, 

in Wordpress is very easy to add a RSS feed to the sidebar of the theme... check in the Appearance->Widget section, look for RSS and paste there the XML url.

Hope it's enough :) 

Thanks for you help danielle! I was actually looking for a way to display the job feeds within my blog posts on Blogger so that new job leads would be posted daily .

there is rss feed to post plugin..

see http://recruiterslisting.com/

Thanks so much Vinay! That's exactly what I was looking for.

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