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Here is an introduction to RSS and how it can help deliver the right content directly to you.


What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is an XML-based format for distributing Web-based content such as news articles, newsletters, and podcasts. Using RSS, publishers can easily create and distribute feeds of information that include, for example, news links, headlines, and summaries. Sites such as Yahoo News and CNET use RSS to deliver content to a wide audience. The RSS feed is viewable by utilizing a feed browser. If you don't currently use a feed browser, you can select one by clicking on one of the logos below.

We've taken our content and divided it into three distinct feeds. Our Blog, Podcasts, and articles from our publications. Depending on your preference, you can choose to subscribe to any one of the feeds by clicking on the appropriate logo for the feed browser of your choice in each content area. After clicking on a logo for each content type, a link to newly-published 1to1 media content will appear in your RSS feed browser.


Why would I use RSS?

RSS offers a quick, concise way for you to get the information you need in one place. In a time when spam filters are blocking much of the content you've asked for, RSS gives publishers and readers the chance to connect, and for good ideas to be shared, without the clutter of unsolicited email messages. Plus, RSS offers readers the chance to receive information on only the topics they are interested in, and from only the sources they request There is no "subscription element" to RSS feeds, and there is no opt-in or opt-out requirement. 1to1 Media uses RSS as a way to deliver the relevant content our readers rely on to meet their business objectives.

To learn more, please read our Feedreader/RSS Tutorial


Which 1to1 Media RSS feeds are available?

Think Customers: The 1to1 Blog To access the XML document, click
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1to1 Videos & Podcasts To access the XML document, click
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1to1 Media Content To access the XML document, click
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