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Posts tagged with Rss

Site combines maps with news content

Yourstreet, a US website, has developed an interesting way of displaying local news content by combining it with Google Maps.


Tips on blog directory submissions

Submitting your site to a range of blog and RSS subscription directories can be a great way to increase visibility, but there are some mistakes to avoid.

Jeff Behrendt at Search Engine Journal has written a very useful post that lists some of the common mistakes blogs make when submitting links to directories.

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Nearly 5,000 sign up for Telegraph blogs

The Telegraph's readers blogs seem to have been a success so far - just eight weeks after the launch of MyTelegraph, over 4,500 have started up their own blogs on the site.



FeedBurner drops charges for pro services

RSS feed management service FeedBurner is abolishing charges for two of its premium features, now that it is owned by Google.

TotalStats and MyBrand, which give users extended data and on-site feed URLs, were previously available under FeedBurner's PRO package at a cost of between $3 and $14.


PR firm adopts 'social media press release'

Online PR firm webitpr has devised a 'social media news release' - a press release specifically designed for the internet.

The webitpr release claims to be the first of its kind to be released in the UK, and was inspired by a template produced by last year by Todd Defren at US PR firm SHIFT Communications.

Stephen Davies, who maintains an excellent online PR blog, is the subject of the release - he has joined webitpr.


Telegraph launches RSS reader

The Telegraph has added a new feature to its MyTelegraph section - an RSS reader that gives the paper's online readers a chance to read other news sources without having to leave the site.



Google confirms FeedBurner buy

Google has continued its recent spending splurge with the purchase of FeedBurner, the Chicago-based distributor of news feeds to web browsers.

Thought to be in the region of $100m (£50m), the deal offers the web giant a chance to extend its huge online ad network into the realm of RSS and off-site consumption of content.


Google to buy Feedburner for $100m?

Google is reported to be buying RSS feed management and advertising firm Feedburner, which the price at around $100m (£50m).

The deal has not been officially confirmed by either party, but TechCrunch, and others are reporting that the deal has been confirmed, according to a 'source close to the deal'.


Interview with Jakob Nielsen

In this interview, usability guru Jakob Nielsen takes aim at RSS, Flash and the design failings of the consumer electronics industry.

He calls Google's non-search products a "hotch-potch of weird stuff". He digs into sex and segmentation. And he also reveals his day rate...


Interview with 'super-affiliate' Keith Budden

As well as being one of the UK's super-affiliates, Keith Budden is a partner in Affiliate Healthcheck, a consultancy offering affiliate programme performance reviews, training, recruitment and assistance with network selection.

We asked him for an affiliate's perspective on some of the main issues around affiliate marketing programmes.


Netscape launches ad-free personalised homepage

Netscape, which last year remodeled itself as a Digg-like user-organised news portal, will today roll out a NetVibes-like personalised start page service.

The new site, My.Netscape, will include around 100 modules that add news, weather and more from destinations around the web, and will allow users to create modules consisting of custom RSS feeds.

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Pheedo launches 'FeedPowered' ads

Pheedo, an RSS ad network, has announced the launch of its FeedPowered ad platform, which enables marketers to use text and video RSS content within ad widgets.

FeedPowered ads are on-site advertisements which can present updated text, video or audio from any RSS feed.