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11/30/2006 Free RSS
Auto Discovery Code Generator
Increase the number of RSS subscribers
by adding autodiscovery code to your website.
NotePage has made a free online tool that
automates the creation of the auto-discovery
code for RSS feeds.
The free auto-discovery tool automatically
creates the code necessary for the auto-discovery
of RSS feeds on a website. Simply enter
the title, and the URL of the RSS feed and
A code will then be generated based on the
information entered. The code can then be
entered in the "header" section of an HTML
web page, to assist RSS readers in automatically
detecting the precense of an RSS feed for
Many RSS Readers can automatically discover
that an RSS feed is available for a specific
website and notify the website visitor if
the auto-discovery code is in place. Browsers
and aggregators including FireFox, Safari
and IE 7 are just a few applications that
will take advanteage of the precense of
RSS auto-discovery code.
The RSS auto discovery tool can be accessed
by clicking the following url http://www.feedforall.com/autodiscovery.htm
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11/22/2006 An RSS Quiz
Test Your RSS Smarts
You think that you have mastered the
art of RSS, but how much do you really know?
Take the RSS quiz to test your knowledge
RSS Quiz: Test Your RSS Smarts
11/22/2006 New Niche
There are 3 more niche RSS directories
Government Feeds - All RSS feeds
from state or government agencies. Categorized
Political Feeds - All political
feeds, navigate the directory or use keyword
searches to locate feeds.
Sports Feeds - Large collection
of sports feeds, grouped by sports.
11/20/2006 New RSS2SQL
NotePage, Inc. is pleased to announce
RSS2SQL, a new php script that
allows users to converts RSS feeds to databases.
This new RSS2SQL script allows users
to easily store information that is contained
in an RSS feed into a MySQL database. When
using the RSS2SQL script, the publisher
can control which fields of data from the
RSS feed are stored in the database, which
allows the flexibility to determine what
data is inserted into the database from
The script should not be confused with SQL2RSS which is a related script
that converts MySQL databases to RSS feeds.
Read the complete press release on RSS2SQL.
11/13/2006 156 New RSS2HTML
More than 150 web templates that can
be used with the RSS2HTML script have been added
to the RSS2HTML web template directory.
The directory contains logo templates, text
templates, podcast templates and templates
for video casts.
The new templates were added to the text
template section and they are segregated
by color. The new templates are:
red rss2html templates
blue rss2html templates
green rss2html templates
purple rss2html templates
orange and brown rss2html templates
black rss2html templates
All of the templates can be
viewed in "action" simply by clicking the
thumbnail image of the template like this
According to Matt Cutts, there are over
100 factors that affect search engine ranking.
For those of you who don't know, Matt is
a Google guy guru, he is employed by Google
but writes an independent blog and shares
information related to Google and search
engine optimization. Unfortunately, of those
100 items that account for search engine
ranking, there are only a few that webmasters
can actually control.
Unless you are a interested in an exercise
of futility, it is important to only focus
on those ranking factors that you, as a
webmaster, can control and influence.
11/08/2006 New Versions
A new version of RSS2HTML Pro is now available.
An updated version of FeedForAll Mac is available.
A minor update to the free RSS2HTML script is also available.
For specifics please refer to the release
notes in the support section.
11/02/2006 RSS Tips
By adopting good feed practices, you
can reap the benefits of having an RSS feed.
Following these simple RSS do's and don'ts
will get you started on the path to RSS
- RSS FeedForAll blog