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Introduction to RSS
By: Avneet Sethi
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    2006-09-30

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  • Introduction to RSS
  • Why RSS Feeds...
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    Introduction to RSS


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    Before we discuss RSS, let us define what a ‘feed’ is.

    A “feed” is a medium of providing specific information to online audience.

    A Feed is not SPAM. A Publisher can use this media to provide latest information to the right audience or syndicate content on the web. A web user can use feed readers to access information on the web they like and get latest updates delivered to them.

    RSS Feeds Definition »

    RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication (or Rich Site Summary and also RDF Site Summary).

    XML document type, RSS feed is typically used to share web content. The simplicity of RSS has lead to its popularity among webmasters for distributing news, weblogs and other web content.

    RSS feed is designed to contain titles, short descriptions and a link to the full text.

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