Whatever you call it – really simple syndication, RSS, news feeds or just plain old “feeds” – RSS has changed the face of the web by un-coupling content from its original website and letting it roam freely across your browser.
When web content isn’t trapped inside a specific website, it can be consumed just about anywhere. Many choose to use news aggregation services. But if you are into online organizing, you also want to leverage getting your content used freely in other websites so you can get as many eyeballs on it as possible. That makes marketing and sharing web content a whole new ballgame.
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