RSS has become the choice for delivering syndicated web content.
Have you ever wondered how some of the large news and content sites
deliver their headlines?
Have you ever wanted to display news headlines?
Have you ever wanted to syndicate your own content?
RSS may be the answer you've been looking for.
RSS stands for Rich Site Summary or Really Simple Syndication (it
depends on who you ask). RSS is a XML format specifically designed
to share content. Netscape originally developed RSS to distribute
news headlines and then abandoned the concept due to the lack of
popularity. In recent years RSS has become the standard for content
RSS syndication has allowed for smaller content providers to gain
exposure and increase their news and content distribution. The increased
exposure has evened the playing field for content providers.
Consider syndicating your content if you wish to increase your
exposure! Simply create RSS feeds and make the feeds available for