Enfeedia and RSS Feed Basics
Why You Need Your Own News Feed
If you have or want a following for your business, organization, or simply your personal endeavors, an RSS news feed is just the ticket.
What's an RSS news feed? It's a powerful yet simple way to put your stream of messages "out there" without you sending email. And that makes it easy for one to learn what's new without meandering all through your website.
Post your messages whenever you want, as often as you want, and your audience reads them on your feed at their convenience. They can even choose to register for automatically delivered email alerts when items are posted on the feed.
Choose To Use Your News — Or Lose
By publishing messages on a continuing basis, you establish yourself as an authority on your topic. RSS news feeds are excellent for maintaining customer loyalty. Keep them informed on a regular basis. Don't let them forget about you!
An RSS news feed is simpler than email and more valued by your email-bombarded audience!
What is "news"? It's any message or article you want. You can even embed a photo or video into your news item, and add text links, a Google search tool, and a PayPal buy-now button.
No List To Maintain Will Keep You Sane
If you've ever had to maintain an email list, and if you've ever had to suffer receiving all those "undeliverable mail" messsages, then you will appreciate this: By publishing an RSS news feed, you no longer need to send your audience email and therefore don't need to maintain an email list. Those who wish to learn about your news can register for automatic mail alerts.
You'll Be The Rage With Your Own NewsPage
When you publish your RSS news feed with Enfeedia, we create a NewsPage for you so your audience doesn't even have to know anything about news feeds — and some of you might not even need a website. Because, with a premium membership, you can customize your NewsPage with information about your endeavor, including pictures and videos. Combined with regular postings on your feed, you will find your NewsPage showing up in search results giving your endeavor more exposure -- with no additional work on your part.
You'll Publish With Ease! (We Know That'll Please.)
If you know how to write and send email, you can easily publish your own RSS news feed using Enfeedia.
What could be easier: Sign in and enter your news item title and article into an online form and submit it; within seconds, it's published online and subscribers (optionally) get an alert.
By adding an Enfeedia-supplied code snippet and using an Enfeedia-supplied script, you can syndicate your RSS news feed items — one or many — on your website. Syndication just means embedding an RSS feed directly on one's site. Yes, you can syndicate your own feed on your own site. We call this syndication feature NewsOnSite, and the process of posting items onto your site ShootOnSite.
With self-syndication, when you publish items on your feed, you are automatically publishing those items on your website at the same time without lifting a finger. And that means search engines index your news feed content with the rest of your webpage!
Enfeedia Breaking News
All About Expert Publishing With RSS Feeds
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News from the Enfeedia.com News Feed Publishing Service
Posted: 11 May 2014
NEW! "Snap & Feed(tm)": Upload photos from your computer or smartphone camera app to your RSS news feed
|FeedBack ( 0) Now, when entering your item posting, you can upload a photo from your computer hard disk or a photo from your iPhone camera app. There's no need to put your image online somewhere else and l ... read RSS feed item.|
Posted: 07 May 2014
Will your embedded feed on a responsive (mobile-friendly) website also be responsive?
|FeedBack ( 0) You may be wondering, given the transformation of the Enfeedia website into a responsive design, is one's news feed embedded (syndicated) on a responsive website also responsive? The Blog/Ne ... read RSS feed item.|
Posted: 02 Nov 2013
ENFEEDIA IS NOW FULLY MOBILE-IZED ("responsive") and features improved navigation
|FeedBack ( 0) The fully "responsive" version of Enfeedia RSS feed publishing system has been released today."Responsive" means that the presentation of information on the device is automatically adjusted for t ... read RSS feed item.|
Posted: 31 Jul 2013
PUBLISHING FEEDS NOW "MOBILE-IZED"
|FeedBack ( 0) ANNOUNCING ENFEEDIA'S MOBILE PUBLISHING APPLICATION! Now when you log in, or when you click a "shootOnSite" link to post a news item, you will be taken to our new mobile-friendly design for p ... read RSS feed item.|
Posted: 02 Jul 2013
Yahoo ends email alert service
|FeedBack ( 0) As of July 1, 2013, Yahoo eliminated its feed email alerts service. Enfeedia connected its Communicator members to that service to receive those alerts from Yahoo. As a result of Yahoo's deci ... read RSS feed item.|
Posted: 05 May 2013
Check Out the SEO Features of the New Mobile-ized NewsPage
|FeedBack ( 0) With the makeover of the NewsPage to make it mobile friendly, we've also added some key SEO features to the NewsPage. You'll find these in the Hub and Nub side panels of the NewsPage publ ... read RSS feed item.|
Posted: 29 Apr 2013
YOUR NEWSPAGES HAVE BEEN MOBILE-IZED! And enhanced with a major facelift and new features for your visitors and for SEO.
FeedBack ( 0) Mobile-Friendly Design
Check out your NewsPage for your feed -- every feed published using Enfeedia comes with its own NewPage -- and witness the exciting new look. Inspired by the tidal-wave ... read RSS feed item.
Posted: 11 Apr 2013
COMING SOON: Enfeedia's NewsPage is going mobile!
|FeedBack ( 0) Very soon, Enfeedia's NewsPage is going mobile! And valuable new networking features being added, plus customization of content. A NewsPage is automatically generated for every feed in your a ... read RSS feed item.|
The ten most active feeds, measured as a combination of frequency of posting and length of feed and for which 'FeedBack' is enabled are listed below.
For each feed, the top line is the feed title, the next line the feed account name (click this to open the feed Hub), and the third line the feed name (click this to open the feed NewsPage that includes the Hub).