That's good advice but some of it is slightly off... The primer bulb will be required when you run the engine out of gas.. at this point, the carb is empty.. You could just pull the string 20 times but its easier to push that bulb until you see fuel in it.
Here is some more advice that will help insure a long and trouble free service from your 2 stroke engine.
1) Never use the off-the-shelf 2 stroke oil most places sell. Buy some synthetic amsoil. (I like the dominator line) Its three times the cost but it will make your engine run better and longer and create less soot at the exhaust screen.
2) Never use gas with an octane lower than 89.. The higher the octane, the better. People think octane rating has something to do with how much energy is in the fuel.. as if the higher octane means better fuel economy and more power. This is just purely false. Octane is a measure of fuel stability under heat and pressure. The higher the octane rating, the more stable the fuel is under heat and pressure (harder to ignite). Since 2 stroke engines run with high compression ratios and hot, they require high'er octane fuel to prevent knocking and damage.
3) Always put a tablespoon of lucas oil into every 6 gallon can of gas. This goes for both 2 and 4 stroke engines.
4) Always put the recommended dosage of StaBil in every can of gas. Stabil helps clean your fuel system and prevents the ethanol separation.
5) Always put a teaspoon of fuel injector or carb cleaner into every 6 gallon can of gas. This helps remove any varnish that may be accumulating in the tiny corners.
6) When you decide to store your tool for a long time, run it out of gas, then pour in some ethanol free gas (sold at marina gas stations for boats), run it for a minute, then run it out of gas too. (note: marine fuel should also be treated as stated above).
One last piece of advice. Consumer tools designed for home owners are all garbage. Find out what the pro's use and buy one of those and it will last you for more than a decade or two if not a lifetime. Stihl, Husqvarna, Redmax, Shindawia, etc. Stay away from anything poloun, homelite, craftsman, etc. If they sell it at the big box stores, its probably a piece of junk.