Perhaps you've seen text or image buttons on various websites inviting you to "subscribe via RSS." Well, what does that mean exactly? What is RSS, what are RSS feeds, and how do you get them to work for you?
Short for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary, RSS revolutionised the way that users interact with content online.
Instead of checking back every day to any particular site to see if it's been updated, RSS feeds give users the ability to simply subscribe to the RSS feed, much like you would subscribe to a newspaper, and then read the updates from the site, delivered via RSS feeds, in what's called a "feed reader."
RSS feeds benefit those who actually own or publish a website as well since site owners can get their updated content to subscribers much more quickly by submitting feeds to various XML and RSS directories.
RSS feeds are simple text files that, once submitted to feed directories, will allow subscribers to see content within a very short time after it's updated.
This content can be aggregated to be viewed even more easily by using a feed reader. A feed reader, or feed aggregator, is just a really simple way to view all your feeds at one time via one interface.
RSS feeds are great news for zubbit users because it enables us to accept new content from a website direct into zubbit for you can create RSS links for you. So its zubbit content creation on autopilot!
Sounds interesting? well find How to run zubbit on auto-pilot using RSS functionality