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07/28/2005 Marketing Studies Prepares Demo of FeedForAll
Marketing Studies prepared an amazing video demo of FeedForAll.

Many readers have been asking us to show them exactly how RSS feeds are created. Unfortunatelly, there's no exact way, since there are so many solutions available on the market.

We'll be doing a series of video demonstrations of RSS publishing tools over the following few months, and starting today with FeedForAll, the market leader in the desktop RSS publishing tools category.

This software is aimed towards publishers and marketers that want to create their RSS feeds as quickly as possible, without suffering any monthly costs, and have their feeds hosted on their own server.

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07/26/2005 Create Podcasts, RSS Feeds or iTunes
FeedForAll Mac, a software tool designed to create, edit and publish RSS feeds and podcasts, has been released by NotePage, Inc. Now, with FeedForAll Mac, webmasters have the ability to create new RSS feeds and podcasts from scratch. Publishers can also modify and enhance existing RSS feeds and podcasts.

RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication, an XML format for distributing news headlines on the Internet. Podcasts are RSS feeds that contain an audio file. Apple's handheld iPod has thrust the term podcast into households everywhere. RSS has evolved into a popular means to syndicate headlines, share content, and audio files, on the Internet.

FeedForAll Mac has a built-in wizard that makes creating and maintaining RSS feeds easy. The software is designed to walk new users through the RSS feed setup process, insuring ease of use and properly formed feeds. Existing RSS feeds that are improperly formatted are automatically repaired by FeedForAll Mac, ensuring that all feeds used with FeedForAll Mac, conform to the RSS specification.

FeedForAll Mac can be used to create and maintain an unlimited number of RSS feeds and podcasts, enabling users to flawlessly maintain and distribute multiple content streams simultaneously.

FeedForAll Mac has built-in support for new RSS standards, like the Apple iTunes RSS extension. This allows FeedForAll Mac to be used to create special podcast versions that can be used directly with Apple iTunes. Other extensions like those from Yahoo and Microsoft are also supported.

Integrated tools like live spell checking, WYSIWYG HTML editing, and image manipulation combine to deliver a powerful tool for webmasters. Advanced users will enjoy features like automatic field defaults, Smart PubDates, and exporting to HTML.

In today's business environment, increased communication is not a luxury, it is a priority. NotePage recognizes the need for reliable streams of communication, and has added a number of features into FeedForAll Mac to assist webmasters with content development.

FeedForAll Mac version 1.0 requires Mac OS/X 10.3.9 or better and 10 Mb of free hard disk space. FeedForAll Mac costs $39.95, and may be purchased securely online at http://www.feedforall.com/feedforall-mac.htm. You can download a free fully-functional 30-day trial from the same web address.

07/21/2005 FeedForAll Wins Top Honors
FeedForAll, took home top honors at the recent 2005 Shareware Industry Awards ceremony, by recieiving the award for the Best Internet Communication Tool. The Shareware Industry Awards are the "Oscars" of the software industry, recognizing outstanding software programs sold utilizing a marketing method that allows users to try software before making a purchase decision.

FeedForAll Wins Top Honors

07/19/2005 Future of RSS is not Blogs
Blogs vaulted RSS into the limelight but are unlikely to be the force that sustains RSS as a communication medium. The biggest opportunities for RSS are not in the blogosphere but as a corporate communication channel.

Complete Article - Future of RSS is not Blogs

07/04/2005 Text to Audio Podcast Demonstration
In playing around with TextAloud I created a podcast of articles on the RSS Specifications site. It took a matter of minutes. Here are the very simple steps to creating a podcast using TextAloud's voice synthesis.

1. Paste or type article into TextAloud
2. Save the file as an MP3
3. Create a feed, listing the MP3 file in the Item's enclosure field (list the size of the file and type audio/mpeg in the last field)
4. Save and FTP the feed.

You have just repackaged content as a podcast! To see my sample check out the RSS Podcast.

07/01/2005 TextAloud Partners with FeedForAll
We are very pleased to announce the relationship between NextUp's TextAloud product and NotePage's FeedForAll. TextAloud allows users to paste in text and the file can be saved as a wave file or MP3.

The two programs together make it very easy to turn text documents into podcasts!

 

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