FeedForAllby Darlene Isberg Internet User
RSS Feeds Have Been Used To Get Massive Traffic To Websites And Business Opportunities...but how does one create a rss feed? Recommended Features
- allows users to easily create, edit and publish RSS feeds.
- most reliable way to distribute content
- rss feeds have no timers so never die
- keeps followers up-to-date with current content
- no size or format restrictions for content - multimedia capable
Review on FeedForAllRss is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication.
It was used primarily for web site formats and/or to
publish updated content. Now it has also become
popular to include video, blog posts, news, even
audio output, however all just using the standard
This benefits any reader who has a particular
interest and would like to stay current in what
is happening in their venues. Another benefit
is regardless of what format is worked with by
the author the rss feed accepts the format.
Even mix and match. Example: a blog post
with an image(s) and also a video and or audio.
To be able to access the rss feeds a viewer must
have a reader, sometimes called an aggregator.
Generally the reader is downloaded; however Google
is now offering an online reader.
So how does this relate to you?
The best way to understand the importance of this
Internet tool is to look at ApSense. Their Rev
Pages and also the Business Centers are on rss
feeds. This means that all of the works you have
performed on these pages have been released for
global distribution. All of the world can view
your work and keep up-to-date with your work when
you make changes, amendments, additions, the list
goes on. I hope you have put the effort into
these items and not just created link farms.
The software featured here will assist you in
creating and publishing rss feeds. Make your
own for all of your existing businesses and
really get known on the Internet. What an offer!
Related to FeedForAll
Video: RSS in Plain English
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commoncraft.com A short explanation of RSS and how it helps you save time reading the web. This video comes in an unbranded "presentation quality" version that can be licensed for use in the workplace
Created on Sep 15th 2010 12:06. Viewed 1,964 times.
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