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RSS has become the premier way to deliver content to potential customers via the Internet. RSS feeds are subscribed to by the user of a website or blog. Once a feed subscription is active, content from that site or blog is then delivered to the user through their web browser (such as Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Safari) or to specialized RSS software. Most users choose to use either browsers or web-based RSS readers. Because users elect to receive feeds, they cannot be used to deliver spam.

Dave Winer, who is considered the father of RSS, wrote the basis for the technology in 1997. Dave proposed RSS as a format that could leverage the power of XML. He recognized a solid connection between RSS and XML and found it far more dynamic than the static HTML format used to construct the majority of web sites. It has great worth to the Internet as a whole as it allows:

RSS allows for the automatic, instant delivery of new information and content to users. By subscribing to RSS feed files, users receive information updated automatically. So long as feeds are properly coded and adhere to standard, the applications for using RSS feeds are enormous. Web sites, blogs, and other platforms can use RSS feeds to distribute information quickly and effectively.

Blogs employ RSS feeds to update feed subscribers of new blog posts and updates. Combined with the interactive nature of blogs, this is the optimum method for deploying RSS feeds. Blogs provide a constant stream of updates that inspire RSS feed subscription and usage.

RSS Applied can provide all of the services required to deploy RSS, no matter what the application. We ensure our feeds are valid and adhere to proper code standards. We combine years of experience working with XML-based and RSS technologies to deliver effective RSS solutions.

RSS feeds can be deployed in a variety of ways independent of a blog or web site, including but not limited to:

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