Archive for November, 2011

How to Get Ideas for RSS Feeds?

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

The best blogs and feeds are those that contain unique, fresh, compelling, content. So where do these prolific posters get their ideas? I talked to a handful of bloggers to determine where their inspiration originated for their content.

Not surprisingly, ideas for blog posts or RSS feed items originate or are influenced by other web content. The following are venues for finding your online muse:

1.Google News
Monitor Google News for keywords related to your industry. If you find a story you disagree with or wholeheartedly agree with write about it. Add your thoughts, and editorialize the content. This does not mean you should just repost Google news summaries. The value is not only in the news aggregation, but in the commentary that you provide. Tie news items to specific events, conditions, or the impact of specific news on the industry. Adding a view point or reference to a news article adds genuine value.

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Podcasting Bundle – Great Techie Gifts

Monday, November 28th, 2011

Podcasting Software Bundle allows for you to easily record, edit and publish podcasts!

Integrated support for iTunes. Includes audio recording software and software to easily build a podcast feed!

Includes both FeedForAll and RecordForAll software.

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RSS Scripts to Manage Your RSS Feeds

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Variety of RSS scripts to manage your RSS feeds.

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Facebook Stopping Push Technology

Friday, November 25th, 2011

Social Strategists Beware! Your workload is going to increase! From 22 November Facebook will no longer allow the automatic import of Blog and RSS feeds into Profiles.

A long-used strategy by social networkers has been to link their blog posts and websites via RSS directly to their Facebook profiles. This meant that every time they put up a blog-post, it would automatically push the information onto Facebook, creating a note.

This allowed for great interaction with fans, followers and friends — building the all-important relationship with potential clients and readers.

According to Facebook, this feature has been disabled for Pages already on 30 September.

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RSS4English

Thursday, November 24th, 2011

RSS4English is an application to improve English skills by reading RSS feeds about topics you like, where and when you want!

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