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HootSuite's Owls Now Deliver your News via RSS

HootSuite's Owls Now Deliver your News via RSS

HootSuite has unveiled a brand new component of their popular Social Media Management dashboard - HootSuite Syndicator. Both the desktop dashboard and the HootSuite extension for Chome, Hootlet, now support subscription to RSS feeds.

Digg Releases Digg Reader

Digg Releases Digg Reader

As promised, Digg, the Social Bookmarking service, has released their alternative to Google Reader, aptly named Digg Reader. The announcement comes via an update to their existing mobile app. Strangely, Digg.com offers no clue as to what's been made available.

Feedly wishes Google Reader a Happy Retirement

Feedly wishes Google Reader a Happy Retirement

When Google announced that it was going to retire the Google Reader product, app developers and users alike were suddenly frantic. For the millions of people using Google Reader for their RSS feed subscriptions, there was sudden uncertainty and of course the need for change, which no one likes.

Feedly makes massive upgrades in wake of Google Reader closure

Feedly makes massive upgrades in wake of Google Reader closure

When Google announced that Google Reader would be shutting down July 1st, one of the more popular alternatives discussed was Feedly.

Triberr Poised to Take the Blogging World by Storm

Triberr Poised to Take the Blogging World by Storm

Triberr is putting authors first.

Has Google Killed RSS?

Has Google Killed RSS?

Industry observers have been saying for years that RSS is dead or dying. And yet, strangely, we still use RSS to disseminate and aggregate content today. If you're still not even sure what RSS is, click over to "What is RSS, and how can RSS help my business?" and then come back to our discussion today, because it's important.

Newsify: The Blogger's Secret Weapon

Newsify: The Blogger's Secret Weapon

One of the easiest and most effective writing techniques you can bring to your blog is to blog about news and topical events. Sometimes referred to as Newsjacking, your blog should regularly include posts that talk about something that's happening right now, and how it applies to your readers. You don't have to be the first to "break the news" as long as you bring something to the story that is unique.