Monday, May 4, 2009

???RSS problem???

what is RSS

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???RSS problem???
RSS(Really Simple Syndication) is a family of web feed formats used to publish frequently updated digital content, such as blogs, news feeds or podcasts.

Users of RSS content use software programs called "feed readers" or "feed aggregators". The user subscribes to a feed by entering a link to the feed into the reader program. The reader can then check the user's subscribed feeds to see if any of those feeds have new content since the last time it checked, and if so, retrieve that content and present it to the user.

Large scale web syndication of content started in 2001 when Miniclip freely syndicated online browser based interactive games to the masses. Today many different types of content is syndicated on the Internet. Millions of online publishers including newspapers, commercial web sites and blogs now publish their latest news headlines, product offers or blog postings in standard format news feed.

Syndication benefits both the websites providing information and the websites displaying it. For the receiving site, content syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to its pages, making it more attractive to users. For the transmitting site, syndication drives exposure across numerous online platforms. This generates new traffic for the transmitting site — making syndication a free and easy form of advertisement.
Reply:Youtube has videos explaining RSS.

You can display and provide links for your Y!A questions on your Y!360 and Myspace pages with a RSS feed.

Find your list of questions.

To the right of your first question you will see RSS.

Click on it with the right button then left click to copy shortcut.

In your Y!360 click "My Page."

Click "Edit Feeds."

Right click on one of the three boxes to paste the shortcut.

Then save.

You can also display information from:

Yahoo! My Web

Yahoo! News (for specific subjects like your state, country, or corporation)

MSN News

BBC News

Myspace Blogs

Craigslist, CNET, Youtube, Netflix, Flickr, Gizmodo, Forbes.

Try searching for a "RSS Directory" in the search engine.

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