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03/24/2010 RecordForAll Video Tutorials Available
NotePage, Inc. has announced the availability of over fourteen online video tutorials, designed to assist and teach the various aspects of audio recording, editing, and podcasting. With the advent and growing popularity of podcasting, more and more customers have begun recording audio files and producing podcasts, even those who don't have any sound or audio background or experience.

The audio recording tutorials are designed to assist and familiarize customers with audio recording, editing, using transitions, and creating podcasts. All the video tutorials are available free of charge. These short and fun video tutorials lead customers step-by-step through every aspect of audio recording. The video tutorials cover a variety of topics related to podcasting. The videos can be accessed from http://www.recordforall.com/audio-recording-videos.htm

03/23/2010 New Version of RSS2HTML Released
A new version of RSS2HTML php script is now available. It includes an update for PHP 5.3.

03/17/2010 Quick Questions About Podcasting
Podcasting is an up-and-coming and increasingly popular medium for communication. The following are common questions about podcasting, perfect for those just getting started in podcasting as a communication channel...

Quick Questions About Podcasting

03/15/2010 RSS2HTML.com is Shut Down
Unfortunately due to a handful of individuals using the RSS2HTML.com service and distributing malware in their feeds, the site was flagged by Google. As a result we had to discontinue the free rss2html.com service. We highly recommend you download the RSS2HTML script and run it locally so that the interruption will not effect your feeds from displaying. The free RSS2HTML script can be found at http://www.feedforall.com/free-php-script.htm

03/08/2010 RSS2SQL
Check out the RSS2SQL script allows you to easily create SQL databases from RSS feeds. The script currently supports the conversion of RSS feeds to MySQL databases.

When using RSS2SQL script the publisher has complete control over the content in the resulting database. Administrators and publishers control which RSS feed fields are used in the database, giving them the flexibility to determine what data is inserted into the database.

03/02/2010 Updated RSS Knowledgebase
Updated RSS Knowledgebase - check out the latest RSS Feeds.

02/23/2010 RSS and FeedForAll News Updated
RSS Scripts Updated
A number of RSS Scripts have been updated. Make sure you download the latest files. http://www.feedforall.com/scripts-directory.htm


FeedForAll Gear
How much do you love FeedForAll and RecordForAll? Get your self some FeedForAll and RecordForAll branded gear.
http://www.feedforall.com/branded-gear/gifts.php


Articles
Pros and Cons of RSS
If you are struggling with the decision of whether to implement RSS feeds or not, consider the following pros and cons for webmasters who use RSS feeds as part of their content and communication plan...
http://www.feedforall.com/pros-and-cons-of-rss-feeds.htm


Blog Mistakes
Blogging has quickly become very common place, and while blogs may be plentiful, many bloggers still make a number of mistakes when it comes to managing their blogs. Presented here are the most common blog mistakes, in hopes that you can avoid making them yourself...
http://www.feedforall.com/blog-mistakes.htm


Twitter for Business
Businesses can use Twitter as a marketing tool in a variety of ways. Many business owners struggle with social media as a marketing medium. At the heart of the most effective social media marketing campaigns is personal communication.
http://www.small-business-software.net/twitter.htm


FeedForAll on Twitter
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New Video Tutorials Added
We have compiled a series of videos to assist customers with utilizing various features in both FeedForAll and RecordForAll.

Please check our new videos!
http://www.feedforall.com/rss-videos.htm
http://www.recordforall.com/audio-recording-videos.htm


Expanded Educational Sections
We have also added an educational section to the FeedForAll and RecordForAll websites. The education section contains educational articles, tutorials, videos and other tools maybe helpful.
http://www.feedforall.com/rss-education-center.htm
http://www.recordforall.com/audio-education-center.htm


Top 10 Web Design Sins
Many webmasters repeat the mistakes made by their predecessors. Take a look at these Top 10 most common web design sins. Have you fallen victim to any of these?
http://www.small-business-software.net/top-10-webdesign-mistakes.htm


Green Tip - How to Recycle Cell Phones
Cellular phones and other mobile devices often contain toxic materials that can pollute the environment. The chemicals contained in the cell phones and electronics are harmful to the health of both humans and animals. Cell phones and their accessories contain a large number of hazardous substances known as Persistent, Bioaccumulative, and Toxic Chemicals. Some of the chemicals contained in the PBTs have been known to cause damage to nervous systems, reproductive systems, and developmental systems, as well as causing cancer.
http://www.notepage.net/green/why-recycle-cell-phones.htm


New Video Tutorials
We have compiled a series of videos to assist customers with utilizing various features in both FeedForAll and RecordForAll.
http://www.feedforall.com/rss-videos.htm
http://www.recordforall.com/audio-recording-videos.htm


Digital Sound Effects
Royalty free sound effects for podcasters or broadcasters available for as little as $.99.
http://www.digital-sound-effects.com


02/23/2010 FeedForAll and RecordForAll Branded Gear
Do you love FeedForAll? We have just launched FeedForAll and RecordForAll branded gear.

 

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