RSS – Know What That Is?


RSS stands for Real Simple Syndication.

You’ve probably seen the RSS logo or just the tag RSS up in the corner or at the bottom of a lot of the blogs or websites that you visit on a regular basis.

What RSS enables you to do is to have the most recent articles from a blog, news site or information site automatically sent to you at no charge whatsoever.

Use iGoogle Or Another Target Location For Your Feeds

For instance, I have a free personal account at Google, and the main personalized page that Google gave me is on what they call iGoogle.

It’s my main personal page, and it’s full of articles from RSS feeds from blogs and news sources from the United States, the U.K., and even Malawi, where I lived while in Peace Corps.

I use RSS feeds to keep up on what’s going on in the worlds of art, art licensing, general licensing, international and national news, foreign news, and commentary from magazines that I read regularly.


You can even click the RSS button or logo on this blog on the business of art licensing, and have new postings sent directly to you as they occur.

There’s nothing to it and it offers lots and lots of benefits.

When you see Post RSS or just the symbol by itself, click on it to get started.  We have one at the end of each entry in this blog, and a very big one right at the top of the blog on the left-hand side.

Go for it!

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