Archive for February, 2011
Monday, February 28th, 2011
Whenever you buy a brand new product right when it hits the market, the safety of that product is always a concern. That is particularly true when the product, like childrens toys or a new car, can have a direct impact on the health and safety of your own family. Rather than trying to constantly check for any recall announcements for every single product you’ve bought that could pose a safety concern if it malfunctions, it is much easier to just sign up for product recall RSS feeds and then just keep an eye out for any recall alerts that might affect you.
The 8 Best Sources For Product Recall RSS Updates
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Product Recalls Via RSS
Tuesday, February 22nd, 2011
As a busy digital marketer, I live or die by feeds. Feeds keep me up to date and push my content, fast. And as a blogger, I similarly depend on feeds to keep me informed and spread influence.
To be successful you need to be more than simply informed — you need to be a thought leader and agenda-setter rather than another voice in the echo chamber. But feeds are at a disadvantage on this front, as a headline that appears on a feed must have already been written about.
The goal then is to use feeds, as quickly as possible, to ensure that you’re among the first writing about a topic.
14 Tips to Make the Most of Feeds
14 Tips to Make the Most of RSS Feeds
Tuesday, February 15th, 2011
Diggs unpopular version 4 redesign last summer has put a big damper on the sites traffic, but the Digg team has come around and started to make changes that are helping to bring users back. The latest smart move: banning RSS feed submissions. No longer can every single post from a site be auto-submitted to Digg via RSS.
Digg Bans RSS Submissions
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Digg Blocks RSS Submissions
Monday, February 14th, 2011
Splush enables editors to share with their audience, real-time updated content from partners, friends or favorites information sources. A dynamic blogroll and multimedia access make RSS Feeds accessible to all without any technical constraints.
Splush is also FeedAds : the first ads service of sponsored links 2.0 where traditional statistic links are replaced by more attractive ones updated in real time, with direct link to content and multimedia.
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Wednesday, February 9th, 2011
Check out these two websites for RSS Tools and Podcasting Tools.
We also have this huge list of rss tools on the RSS Specifications website.
Looking for RSS Tools or Podcasting Tools?