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    117311908 combining-subscribe-button-with-a-help-button 117311908 combining-subscribe-button-with-a-help-button Presentation Transcript

    • Combining Subscribe Button With A Help Button
    • About RSS, XML, Syndicate This Site Link
    • A button or a link that says Syndicate This Site, RSS, XML simply means that the article title, a link and a briefdescription for each new page or post are available for youto use on your site or to access through a newsfeed reader program.
    • RSS feeds provide a list of items. Usually each item contains a title, summary, a link to the full version of the content and a link to a URL of the site. For the internet user, the ability to subscribe to content using RSS meansthat he gets content without having to browse from site to site and also of not having to worry about spam. The content goes to a newsfeed reader. He can choose whatever content he wants to subscribe to. For the content providers, RSS can help drive traffic to their sites by making it easy for users to be updated with new pages or blog posts.
    • A lot of sites include any one of the RSS, Syndicate ThisSite buttons. Clicking one of these buttons will take you toa broken page full of codes. Just copy the URL that appearsin the address bar of the page or blog and use that URL to subscribe to the site in your newsfeed reader. The newsfeed reader will inform you when there is new content from a site you subscribed to.
    • For example, you have several favorite travel websites.Rather than logging on to each one of these travel sites for fresh updates, you can just subscribe to their newcontents (feeds) in your newsfeed reader software. A click of the RSS button will display a list of the headlines of all new entries from all the travel sites you subscribe to.Clicking the headline link will show a brief description for the entry and a link to the full version. You get to only read the entries that interest you.
    • You can install a newsfeed reader on your computer andhave easy access to it on your desktop. You can also use an online newsfeed reader. Some of the more popular onesare FeedDemon for Windows, NetNewsWire for Mac OS X and Bloglines (web-based, free).
    • Feeds are very useful. They notify Internet users ofupdates from favorite sites without visiting them one byone. Feeds also allow users to read fresh contents from one convenient location.
    • Instead of the terms XML, RSS, Syndicate This Site, you can just use Subscribe. It is a very simple word that visitors understand compared to XML, RSS, etc. The Subscribebutton is a universal RSS subscription button that lets your visitors add your RSS feeds to the newsfeed reader easily. Visitors will just click the Subscribe button on your site and they are given the go signal to select the newsfeedreader where they want to add your RSS feed. A Subscribe button makes subscription to RSS feeds easy. You can also monitor how many visitors subscribe to your feeds.Visitors will have a satisfactory online experience and thus increase visitor loyalty. However, some visitors may not understand what the Subscribe button means. This is where the Help button comes in handy.
    • Vis a vis the Subscribe button, clicking the Help button will display links to pages with in-depth information aboutfeeds and subscribing. The pages include basic information on feeds, newsfeed readers, links to further readings and tutorials.
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