RSS Feeds For Dummies – the book


Ellen Finkelstein pinged me to let me know that her book, Syndicating Web Sites with RSS Feeds For Dummies was published this week.  Nice one Ellen!

According to the blurb the book explains, in plain English, you’ll find out how to:

  • Use RSS to drive traffic to your Web site and build brand awareness
  • Choose and install the right software, set up RSS feeds, and decide on the format that meets your needs
  • Create RSS feeds from scratch, or put a news reader on your Web site
  • Improve your site’s ranking in search engines and build customer loyalty
  • Enable your customers to choose when and how they receive updated information
  • Tailor information for your audience and publish all your updates quickly and easily
  • Promote your RSS feed and explain to your customers how to use it
  • Provide added value for your customers
Comments (3)

  1. Syndicating Web Sites with RSS Feeds For Dummies by Ellen Finkelstein was just released this week.  According to the blurb on the Dummies site, the book explains, in plain English, how to: Use RSS to drive traffic to your Web site…

  2. Jeff Parker says:

    Sweet thanks,

    I have been pushing my bosses to let me develop RSS feeds for not only our sites but our applications as well. To which I get blank stares and they say what?

    I am buying them all the book.

  3. Seattle Times quotes Scott Gatz, the senior director for personalization products at Yahoo in reaction…

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