Archive for August, 2011

RSS Scripts for Feed Management

Saturday, August 27th, 2011

Manage your RSS feeds using dynamic RSS Scripts. You can filter, merge, and display RSS feeds.

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RSS Scripts for Feed Management



Small Businesses Must Adapt or Suffer the Consequences

Friday, August 26th, 2011

Small businesses tend to be more agile than large corporations, but in order to take advantage of that strength, they must be willing to adapt with changing times in order to prosper and survive. This is especially true when faced with a difficult economic climate.

Small Businesses Must Adapt

Small Businesses Must Adapt or Suffer the Consequences



Editors Pick on Google News

Thursday, August 25th, 2011

Publishers love to have some control over what people see when it comes to their content. That is natural. Google News is run by an algorithm and not human editors so as with most things in an algorithmic setting, the end user settles on what they are given and, in most cases, probably don’t know how the information was chosen, just that it was.

Google News has experimented with a feature called Editors Picks but have now made it an official part of the offering.

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Editors Pick on Google News



Save time by using RSS feeds

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

Do you start your morning by visiting numerous websites to find the latest information and updates? Do you find it annoying trying to remember lots of different log in names, user names and passwords? RSS feeds can help you eliminate this time consuming process.

Save Time By Using RSS Feeds

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Veterans Administration Encourages Social Media

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

On Tuesday, the Department of Veterans Affairs issued a social media policy directive that highly encourages VA employees to use social media tools to interact with the public, NextGov reports.

VA currently has more than 100 Facebook pages, more than 50 Twitter feeds, two blogs, a YouTube channel and a Flickr page. The department expects to have an active Facebook page and Twitter account for all 152 of its medical centers by the end of this year.

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