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RSS Ego Searches

Ego searches are free and simple searches designed to monitor blogs and news portals for mentions of your company, product, competitors or other specific keywords. Conducting ego searches not only allows you to stay informed, but also allows you to maintain a strategic advantage over competing companies. A number of new Internet services are freely available that make these 'ego searches' painless and easy.

NEWS FLASH! Article Directories JUMP ON The RSS Syndication Band Wagon

Quick question... do you publish 'Articles' on a regular basis? I'm talking like on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. If so, then your in for a real treat. If you haven't heard, RSS(Real Simple Syndication) is taking the Internet by storm because of its many Benefits, especially for someone(you) who provides fresh 'Quality' content on a regular basis. Not only does RSS GUARANTEE 100% delivery to whoever opt's in to your feed(s), it can also ...

Easy as 1-2-3 RSS for Your DeskTop, WebSite and Visitors

Easy as 1-2-3 RSS for Your DeskTop, WebSite and Visitors Or How I Fell Victim to RSS by Kathy Sparks Since the acronym, "RSS" first crept into my email box, my curiosity heightened to such a level that I finally fell victim to the dreaded bug – I HAD to know what it was about, why all of the interest and mostly how to make it work for me, the not so technical wannabe. After all, it's supposed to help your ...

How You Can Instantly Tap Into an Unlimited Source of Content, for Free!

Are you looking for dynamic, automatically refreshing, sticky content to spice up your website? If you are a webmaster, you'll know how difficult it is to create fresh content to attract your subscribers and new visitors to your website. Paying freelance writers can cost you a fortune when you are just starting out and don't have site revenues to fund expenses, and writing the articles yourself takes way too much time and takes you away from other important tasks (like ...

Your RSS Feed Might Look Like Spam

RSS feeds seem to be the breakout technology for the year. With more users turning to them for driving traffic to their site, it’s no wonder that a trail of RSS feed spam is following in the wake. A careful editing of your RSS feed could make the difference between being classified as genuine content or RSS spam.

RSS and E-mail: How They Can Work Together?

Copyright 2005 Rok Hrastnik For most marketers online e-mail is still the key marketing and communicational tool, with its use ranging from e-zine publishing, direct sales messages, loyalty campaigns to internal communications between team members. But getting e-mail through due to spam filters and spam itself is getting increasingly difficult, while anti-spam legislation is putting even legitimate e-mail marketers to risk. With 100% content delivery ratios, is RSS a replacement for e-mail? ...

The Best Marketing Tool For Your RSS Feed and It's Free

Do a search on Blogs on Yahoo and you get 236 Million Results.A Yahoo Search on RSS yields 558 Million Results. A Yahoo search on RSS Feed enclosed in Double quotes Yields over 96 Million results. How do you get other People to display your RSS Feed when you are going up against such intense competition?

RSS, Feeds, and Aggregators

When you work online all the time, immersed in bits and bytes, hands automatically resting on the keyboard, where the lingua franca is a mish-mash of acronyms and abbreviations - it is easy to forget that the average person has no clue what we talk about. It can be very daunting for the Internet neophyte with all these terms, technology and hardware. That's why I wrote this. Because I don't want people to be afraid to either ask (via comments on this thread) or to click/use buttons ...

RSS FEEDS: Whither Thou Go'est?

I open up the 'Feed Reader' every day on my laptop and cruise the 'news feeds' I 'subscribe' to. The amount of information is now overwhelming, I need to just 'subscribe' to only the 'feeds' that are of immediate interest, else I would be reading 'feeds' twenty four hours every day. When I click on a link to find out more about a news item, I am taken to a web page with the article of news on it, also there are banner ads, advertising icons to click on, ...

The 7 Steps to Promoting Your RSS Feeds

RSS gets 100% of your content delivered, but it’s no good if no one subscribes to your feeds. So your first order of business after planning and creating your feeds has to be promoting them to your visitors. The only problem is that most internet users still don’t know what RSS is, so you do have your work cut out for. But using the system outlined below you shouldn’t have any problems. Actually, after implementing this system, you should be ...

RSS vs Email: Its Not An Either-Or Question

If you’ve been getting caught up in all this talk of RSS versus email, its time to stop wondering. Marketing Sherpa just posted a new report that stirred up the old RSS vs Email debate again. The report starts out by stating, “It chills our blood when we hear email marketers and publishers blithely state, “I’m thinking about switching over to RSS entirely!” Oh no. Please don’t. RSS ...

RSS Won the Syndication Standards Battle

RSS Won the Syndication Standards Battle By S. Housley RSS Won the Battle RSS appears to have conquered the last hurtle in becoming the industry syndication standard. Microsoft's inclusion of RSS into the newest version of Internet Explorer and reports that RSS will be in Longhorn's coming release appears to be the final nail in the coffin of the Atom specification. Even Atom's steadfast supporter Google, appears to ...

Making an RSS Feed

<title>The Title Goes Here</title> <descritpion>The description goes here</description> <link></link> As I mentioned earlier, an RSS feeds contains items and like the tags above, an open and close tag is used to distinguish between items. <item> <title>The Title Goes Here</title> <descritpion>The description goes ...

What Are RSS Feeds

What Are RSS Feeds? RSS Feeds RSS also known as rich site summary or real simply syndication, arrived on the scene a number of years ago, but was only recently embraced by webmasters as a means to effectively syndicate content. RSS Feeds provide webmasters and content providers an avenue to provide concise summaries to prospective readers. Thousands of commercial web sites and blogs now publish content summaries in an RSS feed. Each item in the feed ...

A New Vehicle for King Content

By S. Housley Creating Content New websites are being launched daily. In order to compete, webmasters need to find alternative ways of producing themed websites. Highly focused articles are often sought by wembasters. Why? Because content on the web is still king! In order to attract search engines and site visitors, webmasters rely heavily on providing new, innovative and fresh content. If the web site content is rich, visitors will come. If the website ...

Do I Need a Feed?

Do I Need an RSS Feed? RSS has been around for more than 10 years but has only recently become popular. RSS provides headlines and summaries of information in a concise and standardized way. Benefits for Publishers 1.) Avoid Spam Filters Statisticians estimate that 70% of the email transferred each day is spam (unsolicited email). With that statistic, even opt-in users risk losing valuable messages in the cesspool of spam. RSS feeds ...

Benefits to RSS

Benefits to RSS RSS streamlines communication between publishers and readers. Since RSS has had a popularity surge, webmasters have been experimenting and using RSS feeds to deliver content in new and innovative ways. Typically, RSS feeds contain news headlines and content summaries. The content summaries contain just enough information without overwhelming the reader with superfluous details. If the reader is interested and wants additional information they can click on the ...

RSS for Direct Marketers

Contrary to general opinion, RSS meets the needs of even the most demanding direct marketer, actually providing most of what e-mail marketing does, except for the strong push factor. Most direct marketing reasons against RSS are in fact the result of inadequate understanding of RSS by most marketers. a] Scheduled and autoresponder messages There are already a few services and software packages on the market that allow for ...

Get Your RSS Feed Listed Within Hours at Yahoo

Copyright © 2005 Tinu AbayomiPaul Let's be honest. There's three types of people in the world. * Yahoos * Googlers * People who are neither, or both. I've been lurking in forums, and I realized something - they seem to be a lot saner than me. But then, almost everyone is. I've been a Google gal for a while. There. I said it. And why not? Google has been good to me.

How You Can Get A Free Enhanced Listing in Yahoo

Copyright © 2005 Tinu AbayomiPaul Last week, I cheated on my long-time lover Google, with my old boyfriend Yahoo. And ever since that day, I have considered becoming a bigamist. (To full understand what that crazy drivel was about read my last article about how to get your RSS feed listed at Yahoo within hours - in 5 simple steps here: [url][/url] .) Today, I decided to go ahead and break ...

Article Directories JUMP-ON The RSS Syndication Band Wagon

Copyright 2005 The IWE, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Quick question... do you publish 'Articles' on a regular basis? I'm talking like on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. If so, then your in for a real treat. If you haven't heard, RSS (Real Simple Syndication) is taking the Internet by storm because of its many Benefits, especially for someone(you) who provides fresh 'Quality' content on a regular basis. Not only does RSS GUARANTEE 100% delivery to whoever opt's in to ...

Marketers Still Don't Get RSS Metrics How We Really Can Measure RSS

Even after all that's been written and explained, even reputable online marketing publications such as ClickZ still don't get RSS metrics.

What You Can Publish via RSS

Copyright 2005 Rok Hrastnik Contrary to popular opinion, RSS is not only good for delivering content from your blog, but has much more marketing and publishing potential. In fact, RSS can be used to deliver a great variety of content and content types. If you can break down your content in to individual stories or individual pieces, you can deliver it via RSS. Just to give you an impression of the power of RSS, here are some examples of content you can publish using it … --> MarketingVOX ...

Is Your Site Ready For The Coming RSS Revolution?

Recently, there have been many developments in the RSS arena. Changes that will make RSS a major force on the web and a dominant contributing factor to your computing experience. Online marketers should pay special attention to the RSS wildcard in any future marketing ventures.

Use RSS to Get Your Sites Indexed Overnight

As you may know, Google has it's very own blogging service called If you start a blog with them, you'll have your own page on the domain which is currently ranked number 32 of the most visited domains on the planet according to Alexa. What does this mean to you? If your pages are being linked to by a site with that high of a ranking, it will increase your sites ranking. But that's merely a side benefit of using this method. The real benefit of ...

Are Your RSS Feeds Auto Discovery Friendly?

Don't know; what is auto discovery? To understand auto discovery you first need to understand how it works. If your blog or web page is auto discovery enabled when someone lands on your page, the browser will notify the reader you have an RSS feed available. If the visitor is interested in subscribing, they will simply click subscribe - much like bookmarking a page. Here's a quick 1 minute video how it works in Firefox.

Get the Internet on Your Own Terms

RSS for the Rest of Us I don't know about you, but I'm seeing a whole bunch of articles and websites telling me that I need to get into this RSS thing. Is it really time? RSS (it stands for "Really Simple Syndication") is the latest wave of internet technology designed to take advantage of the "Content is King" mentality. Imagine getting direct access to the content you want, without having to give out your personal information. Wouldn't that be ...

Boost your Search Engine Rankings with an RSS Feed

I’m here to teach you about how RSS Feeds can boost traffic for your website. You may have heard of it, but I guarantee you are not harnessing the full power of the tool. RSS Feeds are very hot, and the marketing pro’s are getting their websites listed in Google within 2 to 3 days.

What You're Not Doing With Your RSS Feed

RSS feeds have yet to hit the mainstream, but they are beginning to appear on prominent web sites including CNN, MSNBC, Yahoo, and even Google. While many sites are now publishing their own RSS feed, they fail to pursue the important step of promoting it.

The Copyright Debate and RSS

RSS is commonly defined as really simple syndication. So, this means that any material contained in a feed is available for syndication, right? Well no, not exactly. It means that the content contained in an RSS feed is in a format that is syndication friendly, if the copyright holder allows for syndication. Offering a feed for syndication does not in fact grant any legal rights to anyone to reuse the feeds content beyond what the Copyright laws grant as Fair Use.

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