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Quotes: "My name is Laura Childs
and I am a co-author with 'Marketing Great' Joe
Vitale of The Stampede Secret (released August
2004). The Stampede Secret is an ebook written
on gaining massive exposure for personal, small
business and corporate websites by using blogs
and RSS Feeds. The information was originally
published and sold with a feed creation tool,
3 separate documents on creating and updating
RSS Feeds, and links to validators. As authors
and supporters of this incredible and fun technology
Joe and I also stay in touch with our subscribers,
keeping them up to date on RSS Feed news, tools
and techniques that we've tested. And our subscribers
write back to us often. Usually within two weeks
website owners send back notes, snapshots of their
statistics, gleeful comments. They're estactic
over traffic, page rank and subscriber increases
as a result of marketing via RSS Feeds. However
they consistently moaned, groaned and complained
over spell check issues, updating their feeds
in raw xml code, and repeating validation errors.
Who could blame them? I had the same groans and
complaints! And then I found FeedForAll..."
"We highly recommend FeedForAll software
to all our subscribers. Did I say that loudly
enough? We don't just suggest it, we don't just
offer a trial version on our site, we darn near
make it a prerequisite! As a matter of fact when
I first started using FeedForAll in it's Beta
version I sent the developers a note asking what
arrangements I could make for my customers to
take the sting out of having to purchase yet another
piece of software to make their marketing 'work'.
I needed to be sure that every one of my customers
had this powerful piece of software on their desktops!"
" On a personal note I started out creating
and updating RSS feeds in NotePad. I managed 4
before FeedForAll hit my laptop and at least one
hour of every day was spent on these 4 feeds.
Now, I run over 10 feeds, updating them daily,
on the fly, in less than 20 minutes. More than
twice as many RSS Feeds in less than 1/2 the time.
What other software can boast that kind of productivity?
Before we introduced FeedForAll to our subscribers
I received, on average, 1-2 emails per day from
clients who had validation troubles. "Laura, I
can't get my feed to validate. I get a cryptic
message about Line 54: xml parse-other-geek-speak...Can
you tell me what I've done wrong?" Imagine answering
2 of those messages per day, every day and tell
me how much you'd love your job? Those emails
are a thing of the past. As long as our clients
continue to use FeedForAll, they don't have to
worry about validation errors, they don't have
to worry about messing up the code and they don't
even have to worry about being bad spellers!"