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25 Jun
2010

All you need to know about RSS

What does RSS mean? RSS may mean three different things. The original RSS (RDF Site Summary RSS 0.9) was developed by Dan Libby for Netscape. After a couple of months, they produced a simpler and easier-to-use version called Rich Site Summary or RSS 0.91.

04 Jun
2010

Learning the Basics of RSS

What is RSS? You probably have seen this three-letter acronym in the course of your internet surfing. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary; syndicating means republishing an article that comes from another source such as a website.

31 May
2010

THE ADVANTAGES OF RSS WEBSITES

RSS – or what is now known as “Really Simple Syndication” – is a file format that is incorporated by Internet users in their websites to allow for ‘web syndication’, making their web content available in a format that can be universally understood by other people.

21 May
2010

A Guide to RSS Aggregators

One of the most popular features of Internet portals, websites, pages and even emails is a frame that features an organized list of news headlines and periodic updates from other web sources.  Really Simple Syndication, formerly “Rich Site Summary” or simply, RSS makes this possible.

11 May
2010

Learning the Basics of RSS

What is RSS? You probably have seen this three-letter acronym in the course of your internet surfing. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary; syndicating means republishing an article that comes from another source such as a website.

03 May
2010

Using RSS fields in communication

RSS is fast replacing email marketing and newsletters. You would not want to be left behind would you? Your competitor will surely overtake you and speed right up. RSS is mostly called Really Simple Syndication, although some give other meaning to the acronym. It is a process by which you

13 Apr
2010

A GUIDE ON RSS TOOL

RSS is an abbreviation that has evolved into the following, depending on their versions: ·    RDF Site Summary (also known as RSS 0.9; the first version of RSS) ·    Rich Site Summary (also known as RSS 0.91; a prototype) ·    Really Simple Syndication (also known as RSS 2.0)