Archive for August, 2012

Tips to Maintain RSS Subscribers

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

You have an RSS feed and you have worked hard to get the word out. According to your logs you have subscribers! Now the hard part: how to retain the subscribers to your RSS feed. Follow these simple steps to insure that your subscriber base will grow.

Tips to Maintain RSS Subscribers

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Where to Find Logos

Monday, August 20th, 2012

The Internet has made it easier than ever for individuals to start a business at a very low entry cost. The barrier to entry for starting a web-based business can even be as low as $100.00. Every web business should have an identity, and many business owners realize that they may lack the necessary graphical talent, and are often unsure of where to look for it. If cost is an issue, you can find ready-made logos at many online logos sites, such as these…

Where to find Logos

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RSS Auto Discovery Code Automatically

Thursday, August 16th, 2012

Simple Steps to Create RSS Auto Discovery Code:

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Automatically post RSS Feeds to Google+, Twitter and Facebook

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

Hootsuite for the most part if a commercial service that allows webmasters to monitor social networking traffic. One of its features is the option to automate postings on social networking sites such as Google+, Twitter or Facebook, and that’s what this guide is about.

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RSS Standard Under Threat

Tuesday, August 14th, 2012

RSS is one of the universal open standards which underpins the web. Clicking on that little orange icon lets you easily subscribe to updates from a vast range of websites and services — regardless of your technological allegiance. Your RSS reader then notifies you when new content is published. You’ll either get the entire article or just the intro and link to the original webpage, depending on what the publisher wants to provide.

The major players who want to dominate the web are deliberately undermining one of its most important open standards.

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The great thing about RSS is that no-one controls it — you can not buy it, block it or ban it.

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