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Add New Content to Your Website with RSS Feeds
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    2006-06-30

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    RSS Feeds are the latest in cutting-edge tools for alert webmasters.Globally, consumers are gobbling up this latest trend. The convenience of being able to monitor all of their favorite feeds in one place carries tremendous appeal. Webmasters and marketers find RSS feeds equally as attractive. The instant widespread distribution of content updates becomes a breeze with RSS feeds. Many believe that in the near future, webmasters who don't utilize this optimal communication tool will be in the minority.

    Joe banged the desk next to his keyboard, making his coffee tilt precariously. He was irate to say the least. For the past 15 minutes he'd been browsing websites looking for that tidbit of information he needed to complete his presentation due in 25 minutes. His growls would have intimidated anyone less courageous than the typical mountain lion, but Joe was fed up. To make matters worse, he knew that he'd recently visited a site with the information. His inability to recall which of the thousand sites he'd perused in the last weeks had him boiling.

    In the cubicle to the right sat Sally, "always-on-time Sally." How did she do it? It seemed that everything she looked for was at her fingertips and only a minute or two away. If he weren't so galled by his inability to find that one lit bit of info, he'd ask her. Of course her eyes would light up, she'd snap her fingers and say, "Oh I know where we can find that!" The thought irked him.

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