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What is RSS?

Author: Madison Lockwood RSS is technology – a simple software program – that allows you to access web and blog content automatically. The acronym’s most popular translation is “Really Simple Syndication. Once your browser or computer has an RSS reader on board, you can subscribe to any number of RSS “feeds.” A feed is simply […]

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A Quiz: Test Your RSS Smarts

Author: Sharon Housley You think that you have mastered the art of  RSS, but how much do you really know? Take the RSS quiz to test your knowledge of RSS. Question: If something is in an RSS feed, it is perfectly fine to reproduce the contents of the feed. I mean after all RSS means […]

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Top 10 RSS Do’s and Don’ts

Author: Sharon Housley RSS is not quite a household word, but technically astute individuals are adopting the use of RSS feeds at an alarming rate. If you are interested in jumping on the bandwagon, but not quite sure of where to start, consider following these simple RSS feed tips to maximize feed compatibility and make […]

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The Power of RSS Feeds

Author: Jerry Holliday Real Simple Syndication or RSS is the powerful web tool of the so-called ‘Web 2.0’ revolution that all Internet marketers and Webmasters should be using right now. RSS and Blogs are revolutionizing the distribution of information to consumers, whether it is HTML, Flash or streaming video. This distribution channel provides a fantastic […]

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How Do I Subscribe to an RSS Feed?

Author: Sam Roberts What is an RSS feed? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (although versions before RSS 2.0 have been known by other names). In simple terms, an RSS feed is a system that allows web content to be put into a standard format for viewing through an RSS feed reader. It allows the […]

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The On Site RSS Feed – The Output Side of RSS Feeds

Author: Richard Keir I’m going to try to demystify some of the hazy confusion about having an RSS feed on site – and how it differs from having RSS feed items displayed on your site. My previous article, “RSS Feeds Display – The Input Side of RSS”, offered a an easy basic way to think […]

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