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RSS In Plain English

By:

Jason Clark
Jason Clark

on 10/29/2008

Even though RSS has been around for ages now, people have a difficult time understanding it’s power and simplicity. This is the best video I’ve seen describing RSS in a non-technical way. Check it out and enjoy! RSS is a component of almost every Content Management System out there these days, and can be useful to anyone who enjoys reading content from multiple sites. If you own a website and are hoping to increase readership and traffic, RSS is an effective way to do so.

You can subscribe to the VIA Studio RSS feed if you’d like.

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