Posts filed under 'RSS Feeds'

RSS Marketing Study is underway!

An RSS marketing study is currently underway at marketingstudies.net. The study will examine results, benchmarks, and best practices for using RSS in marketing campaigns. By participating in the study, you may see the results. RSS is becoming a vital part of every major site’s marketing plan – don’t be left behind!

Add comment May 4th, 2006

Review of online Feed Readers at TechCrunch today

TechCrunch has an excellent review of online Feed Readers running today. Check it out!

Add comment April 1st, 2006

Free RSS Reader of the week: BlogBridge

BlogBridge is a FREE, open source RSS Feed Reader. It allows you to organize, tag, and filter feeds. Using tags from other users, you will probably also find many new feeds, stuffed with valuable information.

Add comment March 29th, 2006

5 Reasons why RSS will thrive in 2006

RSS is a technology whose time has come. Five trends driving the demand for RSS include:

1. Spam controls

As users have demanded better spam controls, ezines have lost favor. Many ezines are now scooped up by aggressive antispam measures before hitting users’ inboxes. RSS is already moving in to take the place of ezines. RSS is better suited to keeping site visitors aware of updates anyway: Site articles are best added one at a time.

2. Blogging

The blogging phenomenon of the last few years introduced a great many people to RSS. RSS is the perfect technology for helping keep track of numerous websites. Internet users of all skill levels do not have time to check their favorite sites for the latest posts.

3. Upcoming Software Releases
Recent releases of Firefox and Thunderbird have integrated RSS into many internet users’ everyday experience, but the upcoming releases of Internet Explorer v7 and Firefox v2 will bring RSS even closer to the average internet user.

4. Huge investments by Google, MSN, and Yahoo:

MSN Search, MSN Spaces, Yahoo 360, My Yahoo, Del.icio.us, Flickr, Blogger, and Google Desktop have all embraced RSS.

5. Laziness

As Robin Dindayal notes in his excellent blog, people want to find the easiest way to do things. We tend to seek out and use more efficient ways of performing tasks. RSS will simply catch on because it is one of those technologies that enables folks to have more free time!

Add comment March 25th, 2006

Generating RSS Feeds in eCommerce Shopping Carts

with mySiteFeed.com, RSS Feeds can be easily created from popular shopping cart applications like Actinic, GoECart, Mal’s eCommerce, Miva Merchant, MonsterCommerce, osCommerce, Volusion, X-Cart, Zen Cart. Our service can help merchants highlight new products and store features, encouraging return visits from customers.

Using RSS feeds can also helps merchants running these shopping carts with their search engine placement. RSS Feed Directories will offer high quality inbound links to merchant feeds, helping merchants to increase their search engine ranking.

Add comment March 25th, 2006

About mySiteFeed.com

RSS Feeds are one of the most exciting new web technologies, enabling websites to share and collaborate. The “Web 2.0” movement is about community, and mySiteFeed.com is excited to be bringing the capability of RSS to every website!

Add comment March 10th, 2006

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