If you are like most RSS Feed users, you’ve found that it’s too easy to subscribe to a ton of feeds but way too hard to keep them organized. The folks at Bloglines have released their newest feature: Drag ‘n’ Drop Feed Management.
So many no-names, have become superstars overnight in the world of podcasting. For example, 26 yr old Sebastian Babolat started recording French lessons (FrenchPodclass) from his living room, and within a few months he had over 10,000 subscribers. Thatâ€™s when the advertisers will start flocking, and circling like vultures. And, that’s when a podcaster can [...]
Googleâ€™s RSS Reader is available, and theyâ€™re making it very easy for everyone to use. As a matter of fact, they have made it so easy, that it will be interesting to see how long it takes before Google has as many, or more subscribers as Bloglines or NewsGator. Hereâ€™s what they cleverly did. They [...]
Podcasting, a new technology that lets anyone create and distribute radio shows automatically over the Internet, is showing no signs of slowing. Since the beginning of the year, the number of podcasts has jumped 25-fold to 5,302 feeds in mid-May. This is creating opportunities to target advertising to niche market segments. Remind anyone of the [...]
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds, which deliver up-to-the-minute headlines to readers, have caught on in recent years as a way of staying abreast of news, blog posts, and even podcasts. The growth in the number of RSS feeds available is showing no signs of slowing down. From just July to August, over 1.5 million new [...]
Google Base is Google’s latest project in an effort to organize the world’s information. It isn’t in Beta or Alpha yet. They are still developing it. I wasn’t able to get much information from my sources at Google, but I’ll tell you what they told me. Basically, Google Base will present feed results on the [...]
Google’s Beta RSS Aggregator by Shimon Sandler RSS IS STILL IN AN early-adoption stage. And, if RSS is a game of follow the leader, then MSN and Yahoo! are the leaders and Google is the follower. But, look out. In their usual innovative fashion, Google has incorporated an RSS reader into Gmail. It’s called Web [...]