EzineArticles RSS, going deeper

In an interest to make it even easier for you to add ANY of our 182 categories of fresh new articles to your My.Yahoo or MyMSN customized home page or to plug it into your RSS reader of choice, we’ve now implemented RSS feed buttons that are category specific within each category.

Example: When you go our Weight Loss section, on the upper right corner of the category view, you’ll notice 3 buttons to help you implement that feed into your RSS vehicle of choice.

One of my favorites is our Build Muscle category and every day when I refresh my “My.Yahoo” home page, I’m able to see the top half dozen new articles added to that section.

Another way to use this: Subscribe to the RSS feed of the topic you write for most to give you inspiration for new topics that you could also write about or keep up with your peers. :) Next thing you know, you’ll be cranking out hundred of more articles per year!

RSS Defined: RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It’s based on XML (another language similar to HTML) that allows the easy transport of content from one platform to another. In this case, we are able to export in real-time new article title feeds via RSS (which is based on XML) instantly into your MyYahoo or MyMSN home pages without any further programming required thanks to the fact that Yahoo and MSN created an RSS plugin for their customized home pages.


Is there any way we could make it even easier for you to syndicate our content feed into your personal computer experience?

Do you use the MyYahoo or MyMSN thing or what other home pages that can slap syndicated XML title feeds into themselves should we be acknowledging?

Which RSS reader do you love best and why?


Jeff Herring writes:

Nice touch! Keep up the good work.

Jeff Herring

Comment provided September 30, 2005 at 11:11 AM


Lance Winslow writes:

Wow that is really too cool, great idea, wow.

Comment provided October 1, 2005 at 2:06 AM


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