FeedForAll - RSS Feed Creation Tool

by Darlene Isberg Internet User
Besides generating massive back links to your websites and promotions you also generate targeted traffic using RSS Feeds. Every webmaster and blogger should be using this marketing tool.
Recommended Features
  • - advanced features enable you to create professional looking RSS feeds quickly
  • - create RSS feeds & podcasts
  • - manage and publish RSS feeds
  • - great Customer Support
  • - free download
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In order to keep up with the competition,
every webmaster and blogger needs to
become Web 2.0 compliant with their
websites and blogs. Web 2.0 creates an
interaction between the viewer and the
presenter. This can take the form of
comments, audio and video presentations,
where either text, audio or video have
enabled information.

Now, that can be a big step for many
of us who casually got involved with
the Internet business programs and
then find ourselves looking on wondering
how the heck we can take part and get
the advantages of these new technologies.

Creating RSS feeds and publishing them
will enhance your efforts to keep up to
speed with all the technologies you now
cope with. You have to have a way of
transporting this data to the public in
a manner which can easily access your
wonderful ideas, promotions and programs.
This Feed Creator can do that for you.
The object of the Feeds is to keep your
viewers current with your website and
blogging activities.

For those of us that not up to speed
with rss creating and publishing, the
program has a wizard that requires you
to simply fill in the blanks. The Wiz
does all the coding and stuff for you.
For the IT guys, you also have the
option of customizing your feed using
their parameters. So the program still
saves a lot of time in the otherwise
required coding.

Either way, there are a whack of tutorials
so you will eventually become knowledgeable
in working with this technology and the
customer support is enviable in their service.

Using the RSS approach gives your websites
and blogs the option of being directly
accessible without having to gain approval
of the Search Engines. Your products will
become global commodities and the back
links come through their own volition.

If you havent addressed rss feeds yet
you had best jump on the bandwagon as
our new technology is not going away.

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About Darlene Isberg Senior     Internet User

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Joined APSense since, May 12th, 2010, From New Westminster, BC Canada, Canada.

Created on Sep 8th 2010 14:01. Viewed 954 times.


Lilija Paula Professional   Professional Network Marketer
Thanks for sharing, looks interesting ;o)
Sep 8th 2010 17:01   
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