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I’m Feed Up with Feedless News Sites

I am “feed up” with news sites that don’t offer quality RSS feeds.

IABC Launches News Centre

It’s often a good idea to just click on things on a website as you might discover something new.

RSS Feeds and Online PR

Online PR is new territory for most marketers, even traditional public relations practitioners.

RSS Feeds Flying Out Of Orbitz

The online travel site has added syndicated feeds to its services, allowing users to subscribe to a limited number of deals for airfare, hotels, or vacation packages for select destinations.

Up With IE! To the Hand that Feeds!

In all of the industry snobbery that makes slow adopters into an “outgroup,” we’ve forgotten: people who work at tech companies, and early adopters of tech, could be less likely to click on the very ads their whole Web 2.0 world depends on for economic survival.

SES Chicago: RSS Blogs and Search Marketing Panel
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The last session I attended on day two of the SES Chicago Search Engine Strategies conference was RSS Blogs and Search Marketing moderated by Danny Sullivan.

Monitoring RSS Feeds

Measuring and tracking RSS while a fairly simple concept, is really anything but. Unlike websites, RSS have the added caveat of potential syndication, making accurate tracking a challenge to anyone but the extremely tech savvy.

Content Management System (CMS) Review

If you have a content-heavy website, it can be a good idea to utilize a content management system to make things much easier on the webmaster.

Travelocity Joins RSS Game

Travelocity is making customized RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds available to subscribers to notify them when lower destination fares are found. Travelocity developed the RSS offering with the help of Internet marketing company, E-site Marketing.

Jarboe & Zawodny/RSS & Podcasting

Our publisher and CEO, Rich Ord, is spending quality time at the tables in Vegas, but he’s nowhere near the casinos. He’s listening to industry gurus Greg Jarboe and Jeremy Zawodny talk about making the most out of RSS and podcasts.

Advertising in RSS Feeds

As publishers have moved towards monetizing RSS feeds, their have been vibrant discussions as to whether advertisements in feeds are viable or whether they will drive subscribers away.

Yahoo Video Search Feeds Media RSS

The Yahoo Search blog recently put up an entry on the availability of the video content for devices like the iPod video. Naturally, they discussed how to set up a Media RSS feed for video through Yahoo Video Search.

AOL Adds RSS Feeds To Video Search Engine

AOL announced on Wednesday they’re adding RSS feeds to their video search engine. Video from Blastro.com, EVTV1.com, Forbes.com, GameTrailers.com, PC World, Time4Media will show up and include Transworld Skateboarding, Transworld Snowboarding and Transworld Surf.

A Taste Of RSS Feed Advertising

More companies see the spread of RSS as a great way to get their information to users, and profit from advertising placed within those feeds too. Last October, JupiterResearch noted less than 10 percent of RSS feeds had advertising in them, and no major advertisers were using feeds as part of their marketing strategies.

Ten RSS Hacks

Here, for no reason at all, are 10 RSS power user tips that you can use to enhance your life. Some of these you might already know, others you may not.

VeriSign Feeds Moreover $30 Million

After digesting Weblogs.com in a recent transaction, VeriSign acquired newsfeed content provider Moreover, a deal that had been rumored for the past week.

2006: The Year of Vidcasting and Advercasting

If 2005 was the year consumer generated audio (e.g. podcasting) took off, yesterday’s launch…

How Long Is That Tail Again?

Jim Lanzone from Ask Jeeves gave some interesting data about feed subscribers at this week’s Web 2.0 conference.

Company Offers Free News Feeds For Blogs

It’s getting easier and easier for Joe Blogger to create a professional looking blog with lots of side action flanking his content. Thanks to advertising support, amateur bloggers can now add free news feeds to their sites, pulling in customized topic lists from major news sources like USA Today, CNN, and BBC.

Yahoo Open or Yahoo Closed?

Well, it seems that I get to quote Greg Linden a second time today. He points to the Yahoo’s Personality Crisis article that’s been stirring up a bit of discussion about whether Yahoo! will be opened or closed.

Google News Now With RSS, Atom Feeds!

It took a while for Google to make feeds available from its well-known news aggregator page.