General strategy is along the lines of only entering the pot with pairs, trips, 3-card straights or 3-card flushes on 3rd street. 4th street you'll generally want to see (unless only the bring-in was called by people and your hand now looks counterfeited), and then make your main decision on 5th street. If you haven't improved (to at least a 4-card straight or flush draw for the drawing hands), then generally don't keep fighting for the pot, and as nate said, without a draw, if you can't beat the face-up cards your opponents have, then get out, fast (this includes folding on 4th street when someone spikes a pair and you've got a lower pair only for your hand and no draw).
Remember that staying in can get expensive with an extra round of betting compared to Holdem.
Make a note of what the bring-in and antes are like compared to the bet amounts, as this will affect your starting hand strategy - if the antes are relatively large (e.g. $5 ante and bring-in and a $10 small bet would be a pretty huge ante), then you'll have to get involved with more pots - the smaller the ante the tighter you can play, generally.
Make a note of the cards on the board, as you'll need to know those to work out your outs correctly - you'll need to remember them if someone folds, so practicing remembering a list of cards can be handy to help ensure you can do this.
For more detail, though, Sammys link looks pretty good.