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Rss Data Feed Tools

Discussion in 'Products & Tools' started by anthonycea, Jun 17, 2004.

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    A great new thing is RSS content distribution.

    http://reader.rocketinfo.com/desktop/

    The above company provides a free reader, and a great news search service.

    www.bloglines.com also will help with tracking of your favorites.

    Let the forum know tips on using these or any other services, I am still trying to learn how to use both of the above services, any help would be welcome.

    Thank you in advance for your input and help.
    SEMrush
    For some background see the following article.

    http://www.clickz.com/experts/em_mkt/opt/article.php/3369071


    Great help here also:

    http://www.webreference.com/authoring/languages/xml/rss/intro/
     
    anthonycea, Jun 17, 2004 IP
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    minstrel Illustrious Member

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    Otherwise completely useless post to allow Anthony to add more links to his reference list.
     
    minstrel, Oct 24, 2004 IP
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    anthonycea Banned

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    Such a very important tool, but no response, I guess folks just like me for controversy and fun, I feel used Minstrel :mad: :( :confused:
     
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    Actually, there are many such tools but the one I like best is the new MyYahoo portal. I hate Yahoo the directory/search engine but the MyHomePage feature with the RSS feeds is great...
     
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    I've tried it...

    It's OK I guess.

    I would rather build my own page with syndicated feeds on though.

    I hate all that advertising.

    I love the concept, just hate the clutter.
     
    SEbasic, Oct 24, 2004 IP
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    Great find SE, thank you from all DP members ;) :)
     
    anthonycea, Oct 24, 2004 IP
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    sage for firefox is an AWESOME rss reader extension.
     
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    sage is a very cool tool for firefox to read RSS and XML feeds.

    My Yahoo has an alright layout, but the ads aren't worth it. Plus I have multiple log-ins/yahoo accounts I use so I'm not always logged in as the one I used to setup the RSS feeds.

    I find that the zFeeder (PHP) powerd RSS/XML reader is good for displaying whatever feeds you want on your webpage. No SQL required. see here; http://zvonnews.sourceforge.net/

    RSS is getting bigger ... windows 2005 is going to integrate it into their desktop.
    that's big.
     
    Such Great Heights, Oct 25, 2004 IP