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RSS in Plain English – Finally

rss-in-english.jpgThis is a great video pointed out to by Donna, Neville, and others via blog and twitter. I’ve been a big fan of RSS for over a year now and I always look for ways to show people its advantages. I want people to understand how it revolutionizes how we consume information.

As PR people, we need to be in-the-know and connected, always. Why visit news sites and blogs to find out if there’s something new? Time waster. Let them tell you. Skimming headlines has never been easier. Check out the video.

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2 Responses

  1. Thank you so much for posting that video! It was highly informative and it addressed something that I’d always wanted to know a little more about. It’s awesome how programs like RSS make it easier for us to get the latest updates from our favorite blogs. It also allows us to tell when a blog has simply become dormant (as so many often do) and we need to remove our subscription. Amazing!

  2. Geoffrey,
    Yep, I’m a huge fan of RSS and glad to see you’ve become a believer as well. I love your reaction and hope others follow in your footsteps. I’ve been touting the benefits of RSS, not just for blogs, but especially for news sites, for over a year now. It makes life so much easier. I wish more people reacted the way you did. Thanks for stopping by.

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