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Blogging, RSS & Feeds
What Is an RSS Feed? (+Examples and Instructions for Getting Started) G2
Wondering what an RSS feed is and need someone to explain it in plain English? Learn more about this useful form of *content* distribution now!
Jeff Shuford: 5 ways to add fuel to your business blogging fire this year The Columbus Dispatch
Are you tired of watching your blog's analytics look like a barren wasteland? Are you adding new blog posts regularly but failing to see a corresponding increase ...
Webinar Recap: "How LexBlog Makes Editorial Decisions" with Melissa Lin LexBlog
So, how exactly does LexBlog work? How do we sort through 200 posts aggregated from 23,000 bloggers through our platform each day? On June 26th ...
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat Who Had Once Denounced Social Media Joins Twitter News18
Other RSS leaders to get their handles verified on Twitter include Krishna Gopal, Suresh Soni, Suresh Joshi, Arun Kumar, V Bhagaiah, Anirudh Deshpande.
Rahul Gandhi pleads 'not guilty' before Mumbai court in RSS defamation case for remarks on Lankesh murder case - Times Now
Rahul Gandhi pleads 'not guilty' before Mumbai court in RSS defamation case for remarks on Lankesh murder case Times Now
Mumbai: Rahul Gandhi, who quit as the Congress chief yesterday, on Thursday pleaded "not guilty" before a local court in Mumbai's Mazgaon in connection with ...
7 Best Alternatives to Yoast SEO WordPress Plugin Search Engine Journal
There are several great alternatives for WordPress SEO plugins in addition to Yoast. Check out this list to see your options.
The Rise and Demise of RSS Motherboard
Before the internet was consolidated into centralized information silos, RSS imagined a better way to let users control their online personas.
As Microsoft moves more blogs off its MSDN and TechNet sites, here's how to stay current ZDNet
For the past year-plus, I have been noticing a number of Microsoft bloggers posting that their blogs were either shutting down or moving to private/custom sites.
Wanted: An enemy for RSS to help BJP grow in Tamil Nadu Times of India
I am not a fan of journalists making election forecasts. In the newsroom (and in closed, friend circles), however, I've let myself indulge in the pastime. So, three ...
Track RSS Feeds (Yes RSS) with Feedly â€“ ProfHacker - Blogs The Chronicle of Higher Education
When Google Reader was retired in 2013, many people lost their favorite way to keep up with new posts from their favorite news websites and blogs.
Kibbles 'n' Bits 2/6/19: I have seen the Snappening and it is an RSS feed Comics Beat
Kibbles 'n' Bits 2/6/19: I have seen the Snappening and it is an RSS feed - The Beat.
Why Gurumurthy and RSS need a worldview Economic Times
Dear Gurumurthy, Intellectually, you are far ahead of RSS colleagues who think the story of Shiva placing an elephant's head on the decapitated Ganesha ...
Reform suggestions for Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Times of India
I am generally very critical of RSS but I agree that people who join it do so because of positive reasons â€“ there can be no doubt that RSS is a genuinely ...
The 10 Most Important SEO Strategies For Your WordPress Blog in 2019 Forbes
You can take your Wordpress SEO to the next level. Following are 10 ways to make sure your WordPress site and *content* are optimized to the fullest.
My RSS feeds from a decade ago, a snapshot of gadget blogging when that was a thing Boing Boing
I chanced upon an ancient backup of my RSS feed subscriptions, a cold hard stone of data from my time at Wired in the mid-2000s. The last-modified date on the ...
Uncommon Blogging Tactics Are Highly Effective, New Study Shows Search Engine Journal
A recent study on blogging in 2018 shows that the least common blogging tactics are most likely to be successful.
The RSS isn't an NGO, it very much a government organisation Times of India
Following the nation-wide police raids and arrests of several social activists â€“ eerily reminiscent of an autocratic Indira Gandhi's Emergency â€“ Rahul Gandhi ...
What is RSS? And Is It Still Important? Small Business Trends
What is RSS? We explain why RSS is not dying and why it is still important. For small business owners and bloggers, we explain the benefits of RSS feeds.
Best WordPress themes 2019: Our picks for business, blogging, podcasts Mashable
We've sorted through customer reviews and expert recommendations to bring you this list.
Five years after Google conquered and abandoned RSS, the news-reader ecosystem is showing green shoots - Boing Boing
Five years after Google conquered and abandoned RSS, the news-reader ecosystem is showing green shoots Boing Boing
RSS was a revelation for blogging and online media; we got our first RSS feed in 2001 and I have relied heavily on RSS feeds to write this site (and stay ...
Welcome to Starts With A Bang! ScienceBlogs
Welcome to our new home on the web! For those of you who are longtime readers of Starts With A Bang!, I welcome you to our new location! And to those of you ...
Meet some of Charleston's most popular bloggers and social media influencers - Charleston Post Courier
Meet some of Charleston's most popular bloggers and social media influencers Charleston Post Courier
While most Charleston-area influencers haven't reached a million-dollar level of success just yet, many have tens of thousands of followers and are climbing the ...
Weekend Reading â€“ Rediscovering Blogging Edition â€“ ProfHacker - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Weekend Reading â€“ Rediscovering Blogging Edition â€“ ProfHacker - Blogs The Chronicle of Higher Education
Blogs are back! At least, they seem to be making a resurgence as we try to disentangle ourselves from the predatory social media platforms that took all the ...
5 Social Media Blogs That You Need To Know About In 2019 Forbes
Where are you getting your social media marketing news and tips? Here are some of the top resources on the web where you can keep up with the latest social ...
More Than 50,000 NSFW Tumblr Blogs Were Archived by the Partiko Team This Week PRNewswire
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec.18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Tumblr made the decision to ban all adult *content* and its bloggers from its website yesterday. This decision ...
Want to Boost Your Game's ROI? Tap Into Your Community Gamasutra
Game community management couldn't be more crucial in today's online gaming world. With the right tools and methodologies, you will gain an unders.
Happy 14th Blogiversary To Ann Althouse! Outside The Beltway - Mobile Edition
Today University of Wisconsin Law Professor Ann Althouse marks fourteen years in the blogosphere, and she's apparently never missed a day: I'm delighted to ...
Why Jeff Bezos Went to Medium With His Message The New York Times
When people have something to say, they come to Medium, where they can say it at length,â€ť a spokeswoman for the online platform said.
9 Places to Share Your Blog Feed to Automatically Update Your Social Media Contacts - Search Engine Journal
9 Places to Share Your Blog Feed to Automatically Update Your Social Media Contacts Search Engine Journal
Most of us are active at a number of social media sites. And I bet, we all have a blog (or several blogs). You are very likely to be eager to share what.
Josh Bycer's Blog - The Philosophies of Gameplay Gamasutra
Gameplay may come in all forms and genres, but today, we're going to talk about how we can break it down into two philosophies that govern the player'
The Rise of The Influencer - And Why Epic's New Store Approach Is Huge Gamasutra
Ten years ago in 2009, the word influencer didn't bear much weight. Now, it's part of the core approach for the new Epic Games Store - but why?
Mateusz Piaskiewicz's Blog - Level Design Principles - Familiarity Gamasutra
Hello fellow level artists and designers,. I recently recorded a podcast about one of the core design principles I use every day - the familiarity principle. You can ...
Video Article - History of Game Design Part 1: Race Games Gamasutra
Most of the oldest board games that have been found are Race Games, and they are found all over the world. They are also incredibly popular, being pla.
What's Behind the Teacher Strikes? Social Justice, Not Just Salaries Inequality.org
A new generation of union activists see their struggle as part of the fight for equitable resources for the communities in which they teach.
How to become a science blogger â€“ your 4-step guide Nanowerk
We show you how to become a science blogger and set up your science news site in 4 steps.
RSS Feeds and How To Burn Them Business 2 Community
Bloggers often ask me, what is thing called RSS and is it something I need for my blog. I tell them, only if you want more people to read your blog. RSS Feeds are ...
Herman Tulleken's Blog - Four Decades of Advergames Gamasutra
Since we at Plinq make advergames, we often need examples to show to our clients. Unlike the more glamorous â€śentertainment gamesâ€ť, advergames are ...
Congress vs Congress in Bhopal? Reinstate security cover of RSSâ€™ Bhopal office, Digvijaya Singh urges Kamal Nath - News Nation
Congress vs Congress in Bhopal? Reinstate security cover of RSSâ€™ Bhopal office, Digvijaya Singh urges Kamal Nath News Nation
Congress leader former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh on Tuesday said that it was not proper to remove security provided to the RSS office in ...
Black Workers Break Through Corporate Silence Inequality.org
by Tanya Wallace-Gobern. There's no doubt that African American history here in the United States is rich. From Black Patriots in the Revolutionary War, to Lewis ...
Thais Weiller's Blog - Bittersweet Game Design - The 'How' Gamasutra
This article is based on a talk I presented on the Tehran Game Convention. Slides are available here. Therefore, loss management instead of reward distribution ...
Luke Sigmund's Blog - EverQuest: 20 Years of Retention Gamasutra
Ever wonder how EverQuest has stuck around for the last 20 years? This article shares insight into EverQuest's ability to retain players decade after.
Publishers: How to find them and what to expect Gamasutra
Signing with a publisher is a step which shouldn't be taken lightly. Its important to ask yourself the right questions and to set up realistic expecta.
Top CRM Blogs of 2018: Countdown, Part 1 CRM Buyer
After several years of instability on this list, 2018 saw things settle down a bit. In past years, blogs would make the list for a flurry of great posts one year, then ...
'The concept of Hindu rashtra is not theocratic â€¦ It's an adjective of the nation, not an objective' - Times of India
'The concept of Hindu rashtra is not theocratic â€¦ It's an adjective of the nation, not an objective' Times of India
Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) last week held a three-day conference to outline its world view. A lecture by its chief Mohan Bhagwat appeared to signal ...
Immigrants Aren't the National Emergency Inequality.org
Communities like mine, in small-town Michigan, are told to blame immigrants when unchecked capitalism hurts us. We don't buy it.
56% of Bloggers Spending 6 Hours on a Post Get Better Results Small Business Trends
In this recent study, bloggers were asked a range of questions, including the time, length and frequency of their blog posts. Here's all the blogging stats.
Max Pears's Blog - Shape Theory in Level Design Gamasutra
Shape Theory is a theory we all know apart about and we are aware of it subconsciously. Here I break down how it can be used for level design and how.
Chris Zukowski's Blog - The best slides I saw at GDC 2019 Gamasutra
You see a lot of slides at GDC. These are the best ones from the sessions I attended.
Why Google killed off Google Reader: It was self-defense GigaOM
Though Google Reader addicts are in mourning, they should have seen it coming. It's not the kind of product that makes sense for Google in the longer run.
Designing a planet-scale real-world AR platform Gamasutra
At Niantic, we're in the process of developing an incredible planet-scale Augmented Reality (AR) platform. In this post, we explore where we believe.
GameMaker Studio's Blog - 81monkeys: Transitioning from Desktop to Mobile Gamasutra
81monkeys blog post on transition from desktop to mobile game development using GameMaker.
8 Ways to Get (and Keep) Blog Readers Backstage
If a blogger falls in a forest, and there's no one around to see itâ€¦will Google still pick up the feed? Ha! I crack myself up. For those of us who spend time blogging ...
Fabian Fischer's Blog - A different take on turn timers Gamasutra
Turn timers are a contentious topic. You generally don't have enough time to think on your turn, but your opponents on the other hand should ideally be acting ...
Tips on writing code for Data-Oriented Design Gamasutra
(This article is a repost from my personal blog at https://marccgk.github.io). I recently wrote about why I think Object Oriented Programming is not a good tool to ...
Coding to the Beat - Under the Hood of a Rhythm Game in Unity Gamasutra
Quick guide to some of the programming that goes into creating a rhythm game. The article uses Unity to build a game, but the principles could be appl.
Josh Bycer's Blog - Do Loot Boxes Need to be Regulated Gamasutra
It's been reported that there is a new law on its way to be voted on by the Senate with regards to loot boxes in the game industry. If this goes through, it means ...
Josh Bycer's Blog - How I Broke Sekiro Shadows Die Twice Gamasutra
I did a complete design dive into Sekiro Shadows Die Twice and upon finishing the game, I wanted to share my thoughts on the design.
The Importance of Being Refreshed: Why game jams can be a necessary distraction Gamasutra
Six months ago, my tiny indie studio failed our first attempt at crowdfunding a game. Without the inspiration that came from entering game jams, we ma.
A Few Simple Benefits of Using An RSS Feed Business 2 Community
If you spend much time online, it's likely you're aware of RSS feeds as a method of keeping up with blogs and websites. But what exactly is this technology? And ...
Natalie Mikkelson's Blog - Social Media Marketing To Grow Your Community Gamasutra
Attract followers and keep followers with these social media marketing basics...
7 Essential Ingredients Horror Games Have to Build Tension Gamasutra
Horror Games have benefited from a renaissance of late. There was a concern among gamers in the industry like myself they were being left behind by ...
Loot Box Design 2.0 â€“ Complying with China's New Rules Gamasutra
New Chinese regulations put restrictions on how loot boxes can be monetized. Put simply, the more revenue you drive from selling loot boxes to your pl.
A new type puzzle game COLLOC Dev Blog #1 Gamasutra
Colloc was called Fission when the idea(a low poly puzzle game) of the game first came out. Maybe inspired by some random elements in my life, I started ...
Defeat in Kenya didn't reverse gay Africans' gains Erasing 76 Crimes
Two gay rights advocates see encouraging signs for LGBT+ Africans, even though Kenya's High Court refused to overturn that nation's anti-gay laws.
8 Domain Name Blogs in My RSS Reader Domain Name Wire
A look at domain name blogs I read frequently. Earlier this year I published a list of blogs that I subscribe to. That list has changed somewhat over the year ...
Brandon Casteel's Blog - Categories of Action in Strategy Gaming Gamasutra
In this article, I'm going to seek to elucidate a theory of how players' actions operate in the context of strategy games - mostly, in a competitive s.
Pranab Mukherjee elucidates constitutional values to RSS, but did he also do an Advani on Congress? - Times of India
Pranab Mukherjee elucidates constitutional values to RSS, but did he also do an Advani on Congress? Times of India
Having moved from Prez to citizen, on Thursday Pranab Mukherjee turned philosopher-politician at the RSS headquarters in Nagpur. He reminded all present, ...
Niklas Gray's Blog - Referencing Objects: Names vs GUIDs Gamasutra
A comparison of the main ways to reference objects: names and GUIDs.
The Not so Simple Secrets to Making Good Tutorials Gamasutra
On stream, I had a chance to try and fail to learn Stellaris, even with the help of people who have played and beaten it in the past. Experiencing a game from the ...
6 Reasons Your Ecommerce Site Needs a Blog Booster Shot Search Engine Journal
In *content* marketing, it's often all about the B2Bs. But what about you? The small online business owners, the B2Cs, the local marketers? Are the benefits of ...
How to come up with new game ideas Gamasutra
Here's how you start developing your first game â€” with Shovel Knight as an example.
Designing a New Website: Choosing the Best Tech for Your Dev Search Engine Journal
Designing a new website? Here are the pros and cons of using a CMS vs. a website builder, as well as some SEO considerations when choosing a platform.
Ian Hamilton's Blog - Global Accessibility Awareness Day 2019 Gamasutra
Global Accessibility Awareness Day is event that takes place on the third Thursday of every May, with the goal of raising awareness about digital accessibility.
Thais Weiller's Blog - Bittersweet Game Design -- The 'What' Gamasutra
This article is based on a talk I presented on the Tehran Game Convention. Slides are available here. It is also available in my personal blog, in case you prefer ...
Vasiliy Sabirov's Blog - 10 useful links for game developers Gamasutra
We at devtodev collected 10 great links which could be useful for game analysts and game developers and tried to organize them in the most logical way.
Pope lashes out at blogging ambassadors, demands obedience Fox News
Pope Francis has demanded obedience from Vatican ambassadors and reminded them of their duties before him, God and the faithful after years of scandal ...
Move or Die and its 5+ Year Journey to the PlayStation 4 Gamasutra
From â€śflashyâ€ť beginnings to the development swamp and finally launching a console game, this is the story of how Move or Die was made.
Donâ€™t Be Alarmed â€“ But I Want You To Kill Your RSS Feed Business 2 Community
Back in 2010, I published a blog post about the choices bloggers gave their readers when it came to how they consumed that blogger's *content*. The gist of the ...
Netflix's Bandersnatch UX: Cinema meets Gaming, how to make the marriage last! Gamasutra
Bandersnatch: Netflix's attempt at gamifying cinema is a commendable attempt but leaves more to be desired, ideas on how it can benefit from deep lear.
James Patton's Blog - Spinnortality: crunching the numbers Gamasutra
Is it still possible to break into the games industry as an unknown indie in 2019? James Patton shares the sales numbers for his indie success Spinnor.
China's Shark Tank: Gaming Authority Now Requires A Business Plan Before Your Video Game Can Launch - Gamasutra
China's Shark Tank: Gaming Authority Now Requires A Business Plan Before Your Video Game Can Launch Gamasutra
The new approval process requires you to share extensive information about your game. Not presenting all relevant information could slow the approval.
Picking a Platform: Bottom-up vs Top-down thinking Gamasutra
Outlines two approaches to picking a target platform: one which begins with your game's design and works upwards and another that starts at the platfo.
Pascal Luban's Blog - Apple Arcade : Opportunity for indies or illusion ? Gamasutra
Apple has announced its new game distribution *service*, Apple Arcade. This subscription-based *service* offers unlimited access to games present in its c.
Welcome to rabbit hell! Reliable AI locomotion with TDD Gamasutra
Unit testing is often thought to be inapplicable to game development due to randomness, 3D interaction, and unpredictable player input. But in ElemenT.
Katarina Sostakova's Blog - AN ADVENTURE CALLED DATA ANALYSIS Gamasutra
What it is like to work as a data analyst in a free2play game dev studio? Walk through the week of KatarĂna and get a grip of her adventurous work!
Ahmed Khalifa's Blog - Level Design Patterns in 2D Games Gamasutra
This blog post is a more friendly and accessible version for our paper (by Ahmed Khalifa, Fernando de Mesentier Silva, and Julian Togelius). Also, we added ...
James Margaris's Blog - An Artifact Card Review Gamasutra
20 pages of thoughts on Artifact cards that begin with the letter 'A'
An enigma called Rahul Gandhi Times of India
The Minority Department in the Congress party organisation is charged to look after the affairs of minorities that include Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, ...
Video game music composer: Getting your big break Gamasutra
Game composer Winifred Phillips discusses ways for new game composers to achieve their first professional gig. Article includes advice regarding the.
Caleb Compton's Blog - Game Designer Spotlight: Hideo Kojima Gamasutra
In this installment of Game Designer Spotlight, I look at the acclaimed director of the Metal Gear Series and Death Stranding. How did he get started.
What States Can Do to Reduce Poverty and Inequality Through Tax Policy Inequality.org
State governments have many options for recouping the windfalls large corporations and the wealthy received through the 2017 Republican federal tax law.
David C. Drake's Blog - Gaming and Game Dev on Linux Gamasutra
Observations and opinions on the current state of Linux as a platform for gaming and game development.
Chad Cable's Blog - Unboxing BOXBOY! - A Character Controller Cover Gamasutra
An in depth look at what makes the character controller tick in HAL Laboratory's BOXBOY! This was done by Covering the game - a terrific game develop.
Vasburg E''s Blog - Don't Browse ArtStation Too Much Gamasutra
Does ArtStation bring artists closer together or their art, making it more similar in the process? In this article, I discuss if there is an underlyin.
Diego Ricchiuti's Blog - Troll Games - Design a golden path Gamasutra
Troll/raging games can teach us a lot about how to the design a golden path and how use it to motivate the players.
Sarah RobinsonYu's Blog - Mitigating Toxic Behaviour: 4 Lessons from Overwatch Gamasutra
As an avid Overwatch gamer, I thought I'd discuss the level of toxicity the Overwatch community and the number of notable strides that Overwatch has.
Josh Bycer's Blog - The Limitations of Leveling in Game Design Gamasutra
Leveling has been an essential part of game design and progression since the origins of RPG design. However, I'm finding that modern games are missing the ...
Haley Uyrus's Blog - Failbetter Games Retrospective: Making a Launch Trailer Gamasutra
A behind the scenes look at how an indie company creates a launch trailer, with specific insights into the Sunless Skies launch trailer.
Ryan Darcey's Blog - Designing a Production Process: An Addendum Gamasutra
An addendum to my Designing a Production Process series that describes how to further utilize your issue tracking database to support it.
Breath of the Wild Open World Analysis: Gravity to go Forward Gamasutra
Analyzing the open world design in The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild to break down Nintendo's level design and use of topography to guide where t.
Email, Instant Messaging, Blogs, RSS, Forums and Listservs: What's Next?
How To Use RSS Feeds In Your Marketing
It was Friday night. I finished reading a book about RSS feeds. Quickly set up one for my site, submitted it on directories and went to bed.
Top 10 Reasons to Start Blogging
"What's blogging?" you ask.
Is Blogging For You? Take This Quick Quiz
What The Hell Is A Blog Anyway?
The Language of Blogs
I read over a lot of blogs each week, casually surfing one or two of the blog exchanges I belong.
The Real Bloggers Must Come From Another Planet - I Can?t Find Any Here On Earth
What in the world is up with the world of blogs? Blogs are meant to be this great new technology where people can share their ideas and interests with others around the globe. As far as I'm concerned the state of blogs is one of chaos, confusion, and anti-interactivity. The other day I decided to do some research on the Web and try to connect to some blog writers out there that interested me. Let me tell you it was not an enjoyable task as I had envisioned. I spent four painful hours surfing through around a thousand on-line journals, and I found only a few that interested me. What are we doing out there people?
Will Spam-Blogging Be The Death Of Blogging?
Technorati reports that 30,000 - 40,000 new blogs are being created each day.
Blog and Ping: The Basics!
The buzz words on the internet at the moment are Blogging and Pinging and according to the internet guru's we should all be looking at these as the must have system to be attracting visitors to our site and consequentially making revenue.
Blood Test for Your Blog?
Are you contributing to one of the estimated 36.1 million (and growing) blogs online? Or are you thinking of entering the fray and starting to publish a blog for your small or home business? Make sure you are publishing the right type of blog for your kind of business, or all that writing time will have been for naught.
Marketing With Blogs - Part 3
In part 1 and part 2 of this article series on marketing with blogs, I discussed the reasons why blogs are excellent tools for marketing, and provided some tips on using your blog to sell your products and services online.
RSS & How to Use It -- Part 2
Welcome to part 2 of the article that aims to give you just enough information to help you understand RSS and start using it.
Why Your Blog Might Be Sabotaging Your Business
Many marketers were very excited when forum and newsletter discussion focused first on blogs (about two years ago) and then on RSS feeds (mainly within the past year). It was a brand new opportunity for marketers to use, one that promised both search engine success and a way around spam complaints. So they ran out and created a free blogger account or bought some software and began blogging and trying to set up RSS feeds.
The Viability of Blogging to a Niche Market
Niche marketing is an old and very successful marketing strategy whereby a company focuses on marketing and selling to a clearly defined segment of potential consumers. The company earns by supplying a unique product or service to this narrowly defined market which other companies have not met or provided.
Should Affiliates Really Use Blogging and Pinging To Get Indexed?
There seems to be a huge craze lately with everyone trying to blog and ping to get their websites indexed into the search engines. Although this can be a great tool, all marketers should first understand exactly what they're getting themselves into before starting.
How to Get a Blog on the Internet
Of all people in the world I was easily one of the most pessimistic about computers, the Internet and now that I even know they exist-blogs. I think blogs are pretty cool but I never thought I could have one. I thought the processes of getting a site; domain name and the actual building of the blog would just be out of my league. I'm a complete novice when it comes to technology, but I do like writing a journal, and I thought having a journal on-line would be both fun and make life simpler for me. No more writing with pens, other people can read my stuff and comment on it, and I could add pictures to illustrate my points and make things look more interesting.
Business: Deliver Information Safely
Businesses that are not using feeds today, as part of their marketing and advertising plans, will soon do so, or should thinking of implementing them soon. Although this is a fairly new communications tool it is growing rapidly. The reason is that the information gatherer, consumers, etc., are or will be using readers to view information. The main reason is that information can be viewed with No Spam, No Junk Mail and No Viruses threats.
Steps To Creating and Promoting RSS Feeds
RSS, or Really Simple Syndication as it is commonly known, is a technology that gives webmasters the ability to easily distribute and publish syndicated content on the Internet. It seems like all Internet businesses now have RSS feeds available; at least your competitors do. You have finally made the decision that you have to have one. Where do you start?
The 6 Top Reasons Marketers Should Blog
If there is a downside to blogging, I have yet to find it. The more you learn about blogging, the more there is to like.
How Can You Use Blogs To Increase Traffic?
I am conducting my 1st customer appreciation webcast and asked my subscribers list what is their most pressing question they have about blogs and rss.
NEWS FLASH! Article Directories JUMP-ON The RSS Syndication Band Wagon
Quick question... do you publish 'Articles' on a regular basis?
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