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02/28/2014 How to Optimize an RSS Feed for Search Engines
In some ways RSS is very similar to HTML, the language commonly used to create websites. Just as with HTML, webmasters using traditional search engine optimization tactics when creating an RSS feed will find that their RSS feed receives additional exposure and interest.

SEO for RSS Feeds

02/26/2014 How RSS Feed Readers Detect Updates
The most reliable way to make an existing item seem new or changed is to give it a new value in the GUID field.

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02/24/2014 Attention Getting Blog Posts
Blogs are now a dime a dozen, and bloggers need to make their blog posts stand out. Developing a blog following is not as easy as it once was. Learn how to write blog posts that attract readers and retain their attention. Follow these guidelines to cultivate readers...

Attention Getting Blog Posts

02/11/2014 Crowd Sourcing and Social Media
It seems that our society is growing ever more dependent on social media; more and more people are joining social networking giants such as Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, and more such websites and applications are springing up to meet the rising demand for them. As society and culture continue this turn towards technology, so do the operations of society, especially through crowdsourcing. A powerful tool, crowdsourcing does much good, but has also caused a number of problems. In such a situation, one must ask: do the benefits of crowdsourcing really outweigh the risks.

Crowd Sourcing and Social Media; Their Real Impact

02/06/2014 Basic RSS Video Tutorial
In the first step of the Feed Creation Wizard, left click on Next.

In the second step, the wizard will ask what type of feed you would like to create.

There are currently three available options: Standard RSS Feed, Standard Podcast, and iTunes Podcast.

Basic RSS Video Tutorial

02/05/2014 Computer Scolding Humor

Computer Scolding Humor

02/03/2014 RSS News You Choose
Why is RSS So Magical?
The answer is simple: RSS is news you choose.

How Does it Work?
Publishers and webmasters provide content and news in an RSS feed. Users view the content of interest in an RSS reader or news aggregator. The aggregator or reader contains the collection of feeds that are of interest to the user. As the RSS feed is updated the content in the reader or aggregator updates with the new information. At any point, users can remove a feed from their aggregator or reader and no longer receive information from that source. Ultimately, the user is choosing the news and content they wish to view.

RSS News You Choose

01/29/2014 Read the Latest FeedForAll News
Great Ideas for Blog Posts
Blogs have increased in popularity because they provide a steady stream of new and unique content. The only issue presented by this quality of blogs is that it may become difficult for those who run blogs to think of interesting and novel posts. http://www.feedforall.com/great-ideas-for-blog-post-topics.htm

Did you Know That You Can Tie an RSS Feed into PageGate?
Using our RSS2SQL PHP script, you can have your RSS Feed write information to an SQL database. You can then use linked tables to tie that SQL database to PageGates database.
http://www.notepage.net/did-you-know-you-can-tie-an-rss-feed-into-pagegate.htm

How to Protect Digital Content
Just like writers, photographers, and other creative artists have learned, protecting content is one of the primary struggles that webmasters face on a daily basis. It takes time and talent to develop quality content, and there are few things more frustrating than to discover that your content has been poached by another website.

There are a number of actions that webmasters can take to proactively protect their work from being used without authorization by people on the web who are simply looking to cut corners. Take the following steps to proactively guard your content...
http://www.small-business-software.net/how-to-protect-web-content.htm

100 Uses for RSS Feeds
Many equate RSS with blogs and little else. However, we have found that RSS is multi-faceted and has a scope far beyond blogs. Take a look at these 100 ways that RSS is being used in real world situations:
http://www.feedforall.com/100-uses-of-rss-feeds.htm

Need a Laugh?
Checkout our Cartoons with Techie Humor - http://www.feedforall.com/tech-humor.htm

Working From Home
Developments in technology have made it possible, if not easy, for small businesses and employees to telecommute. Working from home can be quite a different experience from an office job, and many find it a preferable one. However, those who work from home may also face some of the intrinsic downsides of telecommuting. To sort out the good and the bad of telecommuting, we have compiled a list of the major pros and cons that those who work from home might experience.
http://www.small-business-software.net/working-from-home.htm

Develop Content Worth Linking To
All webmasters have heard the adage, content is king. However, the struggle to discern what types of content to develop is one that webmasters have yet to conquer. If you are familiar with this dilemma, you should know that Google's latest algorithm changes cause Google to assess how visitors interact with a website. This data from a visitor's experience is now used in organic search ranking. Therefore, you must create content that visitors will not only click on, but that they will spend time reading and even return to. For content development success, develop content not only worth linking to, but worth spending time on!
http://www.small-business-software.net/developing-content-worth-linking-to.htm

RSS Education Center
Great information for learning how to utilize RSS feeds and podcasts to benefit your business.
http://www.feedforall.com/rss-education-center.htm
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RSS Education Center
Great information for learning how to utilize RSS feeds and podcasts to benefit your business.
http://www.feedforall.com/rss-education-center.htm

01/27/2014 How Podcasting is Used
Although podcasting is new, it is well on its way to becoming a mainstream communication medium. Podcasting, simply put, is audio files that are delivered via RSS. Many people believe that podcasting is solely for the distribution of music files, but really, nothing could be further from the truth. This emerging method of audio file distribution has opened an array of marketing and communication opportunities to businesses. Currently, most who are familiar with podcasting are technically savvy, but it is clear that podcasting will be more than a passing fad as many businesses are adopting podcasting and employing it in unusual yet powerful ways. Podcasting can be used for talk shows, tutorials, music demos, educational training, stories, comedy clips, debates or even foreign language tutorials.

How Podcasting is Used?

 

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