RSS Feeds

Instructions: To subscribe to a news feed, click on one of the icons below or copy and paste a topic URL into your preferred reader.

Topic Copy Url to RSS Reader Free RSS Readers
Compensation Surveys RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
In the News RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
Ask the Experts RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
Jobs in Midwest RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
Jobs in Northeast RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
Jobs in Southeast RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
Jobs in Southwest RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN
Jobs in West RSS Add to Google Reader Add to My Yahoo Add to My MSN

What is RSS?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds are free feeds from web sites displaying links, headlines, and summaries that also link back to the full-text articles on the participationg web site. RSS feeds allow websites to share and display information from multiple sources automatically. RSS in an easy way to get information that interests you as it is available, rather than checking multiple websites every day to look for new content.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS

See Examples


Why use an RSS Reader?

RSS readers and other software allow you to subscribe to various feeds and display them in one organized location.

See Examples


How do I get an RSS reader?

Popular RSS readers include FeedReader (Windows), and NewsGator (Windows - integrates with Outlook). There are also a number of web-based feed readers available. My Yahoo, Bloglines, and Google Reader are popular web-based feed readers.


What does syndication mean?

Syndication on the web refers to when a section of a website is made available for other sites to display, and for people to get a summary of recently updated material across the web.


Where can I learn more about RSS?

www.whatisrss.com

www.rss-specifications.com



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