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January 11, 2007

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Dee Rambeau

good post David. In our experience, consumers are still adopting RSS much faster than journalists are. RSS is an absolute "must-have" for online mediarooms in order to reach "all" audiences.

Maria

Completely stupid question. How do you add RSS to your site...I found many links that explain how to display feed from other sites on your site, but not other way around. I want RSS button on my site for people to get my feed. Suggestions? Maria - owner of a tiny pavement marking company who got inspired by New Rules of Marketing and wants to get lagging behind small business up to speed

David Meerman Scott

Maria, I am a marketing strategist, not a technical HTML jockey. You will need to find someone skilled in Web design to help you. David

Maria

thank you. i thought if you had RSS feed, you might know. will ask more.

David Meerman Scott

My RSS feed is automatically generated through my blog software. I did not need to do anything.

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