Archive for May, 2014
Friday, May 30th, 2014
I do not use social media. Some of my friends keep asking me to join social media and interact with them that way. I tell them I consider social media to be a waste of time and that I have more important things to do. Yet they continue bugging me to join social media. What can I tell them to convince them it is better for me not to be on social media?
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What To Say When You Do Not Like Social Media
Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
Buffer is about sharing content, and now also a little about content curation. The social scheduling and sharing application announced two new features that could save you the trouble of searching for content to share.
Buffer feeds has just been introduced for users on the Awesome and Business plans. Users on the free Individual plan can try out Feeds by signing up for a trial of Buffer for Business. Users on both these paid plans can connect their preferred feeds from websites to their social accounts on Buffer and create a continuous stream of content ready to be share
Buffer Introduces RSS Feeds And Handpicked Content Suggestions For Its Paid Plans
Tuesday, May 27th, 2014
Any owner of a website that is marketing or promoting a product or a service is concerned about the amount of traffic it generates. Not only is the concern about traffic, but the quality of the traffic is really the key. If your website does not rank well in the search engines, it can limit the amount of sales that you make, so anything to improve the ranking is welcome.
One way to achieve a higher visibility is to improve the quality and the amount of relevant content whenever possible. One way to do this is to use RSS feeds.
Can RSS Feeds Help SEO
Monday, May 26th, 2014
If you are using an Android phone or tablet, then there are numerous RSS reader apps available on Google play store that you can use to follow your favorite sites and blogs, all in one place.
Here are some of the best free RSS reader apps to get you started.
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3 Best RSS Readers for Android
Friday, May 23rd, 2014
it looks like Googles anti-RSS policy is trickling down to YouTube subscriptions. The newly-implemented YouTube Data API v3 now throws out a 403 Forbidden error on trying to add the publicly accessible feed of new subscriptions from any YouTube account.
YouTube Kills Off RSS Feeds