Mon Sep 03, 2007 9:31 am
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|Today Christonium announces the implementation of RSS Feeds. All public accounts on Christonium have their own individual feed that any visitor can subscribe to. This is a great features that enables your content to spread further across the web! |
So what it is RSS? RSS, (Really Simple Syndication) is a format that delivers your latest content. Most news sites and blog systems today offer RSS Feeds that people can subscribe to. An RSS Feed provides the subscriber your content delivered directly to them through a feed reader or aggregator. The reader checks subscribed feeds frequently for new content and downloads any new updates.
This RSS addition now enables anyone to subscribe specifically to your content, and you can subscribe to other Christonium users in turn. Simply go to any desktop and click “Subscribe” next to the little icon besides the list of your most recent items on your home page, or click on the icon in the address field.
RSS is convenient because it allows subscribers to easily stay informed without manually visiting your site. Subscribers will see your item and can then choose whether they wish to visit your site in order to get access to other information, or to comment.
If you wish to gain more traffic to your Christonium site, now your RSS feed enables you to add your site to various blog directories such as http://mybloglog.com and http://bumbzee.com just to mention a few. There are a lot of these directories online that you can take advantage of in order to gain more visibility on the web. Your primary feed URL is: http://christonium.com/YourUserName/rss.
RSS feeds within Christonium are generated only from your public content, private information is never included.