Plain English RSS

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  1. Thanks, Dustin! I know you covered this in your seminar in Seattle…but I needed this refresher. I’ve been dependent on Feedburner for my subscriptions…I’m off to Google to get my reader now! You’re the best. 🙂 Hmmm hmmm hummm hum!

  2. For something called “real simple”, RSS is not the easiest idea to convey to people. This breaks down RSS in very simple terms and ideas that people can grasp. RSS needs a PR firm! So many people haven’t heard about RSS, or knows what it is! Good find and thanks for sharing. I’ve shared this with 3 agents today.

  3. Hey Dustin,

    As always, great stuff, thanks for sharing it!! I’m trying to sort out in-bound & out-bound RSS feeds for my 2 sites (and a 3rd site I’m considering)…your timing is perfect!! 🙂

    P.S. Thanks for getting my 1st post up on RCG today!! 🙂 Now I need to setup some good in-bound RSS feeds so I’ll have stuff to write about…any suggestions?

  4. I’m glad you guys are finding this stuff helpful.

    Joe: I’m not sure what you mean by in-bound vs. out-bound… I normally think of RSS from a completely “push” perspective. (i.e. websites “push” RSS to “readers”).

    In terms of blogs to subscribe to using a feed reader, the sites on RCG’s blogroll would be a great start. I also recently listed all of the “don’t miss a post” feeds over on this blog: There’s a pretty good selection of blogs (in my opinion!)

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