Mobilize Your Blog

If you are constantly on the go and are obsessed with your blog too, it will be of utmost convenience for you to create its WAP entity too. Plus it makes a great marketing tool as well.

Step 1

Getting started

The first step to mobilize your blog is to pick the a suitable. Converting your blog entries into RSS feeds makes them more appealing and better navigable especially on a small screen. To begin with, carryout the following steps:

  • Visit 'http://mippin.com/web/index.jsp'.
  • Click the 'Bloggers' link from the options listed on the top-right corner of the screen.

    Note: Make sure your blog supports RSS feeds.

Step 2

Mobilize your blog


Next you need to prepare your blog to be compatible with any smart phone screen. To do so, carry out the following steps:

  • Click the 'Mobilize your blog now ' button appearing on the 'Bloggers' page.
  • Type in the URL of your blog in the 'Please enter your website or RSS feed URL to get started:' text box.
  • Select the display layout option from the 'Select Layout for your mobile site:' section of the page.
  • Click the arrow-shaped button to preview your mobilized website.
  • Click 'Next step' to proceed.
  • Set in the values associated with the specified labels.
  • Click the 'Preview' button to check the settings that you have selected.
  • Click the 'Next step' button to proceed.

    Note: You can mobilize blogs created under the WordPress, TypePad, Blogger, vox, tumblr, YouTube, flickr, movable type and Live Journal sub-domains.

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Step 3

Generating the mobile blog

Finally you need to create a blog that can be viewed on a cell phone. To do so, carry out the following steps:

  • Enter the required details in the pop-up window to create your free mippin account.
  • Check on all the three options to confirm that you are the rightful owner of the blog contents and blog title.
  • Click the 'Sign Up' button to create your account.
  • To add a website to the trusted list, in the 'Internet Options' dialog box, click the 'Security' tab.
  • Click the 'Trusted Sites' icon.
  • Click the 'Sites' button.
  • Enter a site name in the text box and click 'Add'.
  • To change cookie settings, click the 'Privacy tab' from the 'Internet Option' dialog box.
  • Click the 'Advanced' button.
  • Select the 'Override automatic cookie handling' checkbox.
  • Click the 'Prompt' radio button for both first and third party cookies.
  • You can also manage cookie settings for certain websites. To do so, in the 'Internet Options' dialog box, click the 'Privacy' tab.
  • Click the 'Sites' button.
  • Enter the name of the address in the text box and click the 'Allow' or 'Block' button as required.

    Note: The 'Trusted Sites' zone contains a list of websites that, you feel, are safe for browsing. You can add a website to the 'Trusted Sites' list as and when required.

Published Date: Mar 16, 2010 03:30 pm | Updated Date: Mar 16, 2010 03:30 pm