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  • Alternative Paid Program Makes Publishers Less Dependent On Google, Facebook For Search Traffic
    Flipboard has rolled out a native paid-content program introduced last year in beta that enables creators to promote stories, expand audience development and support affiliate and marketing efforts. ...
  • RSS Reader Feedly Goes Pro
    Popular RSS reader Feedly is rolling out its premium service, this week. At $5 per month, Feedly Pro will afford subscribers full article search, along with https for extra security, ...
  • Feedly Focused On Inheriting RSS Crown
    Since Google announced it would shut down Google Reader by July 1, more than a dozen smaller RSS readers have rushed to fill the void. Among the leading contenders to ...
  • Google Reader Gets Its Plus
    It’s a big day for Google Reader, as the service officially gets its Plus. “Now Google Reader users can +1 or share items to Google Plus, from within Reader,” ReadWriteWeb ...
  • XYDO Delivers Social News Via Email
    The social start-up XYDO plans to announce an email news service Thursday that aggregates feeds from social sites such as LinkedIn, Google Reader, RSS feeds, and about 100,000 other publisher ...
  • Dead End: The End Of RSS May Not Be Upon Us
    Once heralded as the future of digital content consumption, RSS has seemingly been overtaken by more social services like Twitter and Facebook. But, is RSS really "dead" as some tech ...
  • Killing The 'RSS Is Dead' Debate
    TechCrunch's MG Siegler contemplates the whole 'Death of RSS' media meme, which is presently one of his favorite industry "echo-chamber" debates. "What's most interesting lately is how for every ...
  • Topix Stops Charging For Expedited Removal Of Abusive Posts
    Under pressure from state attorneys general, the community news site Topix has stopped charging users a $19.99 fee to prioritize their requests to review allegedly abusive posts. In a joint ...
  • Pitfalls Of Content Syndication
    When it comes to SEO, few things are more frustrating than getting outranked for your own content through syndication. Providing an example, David Harry tells us why using full-feed RSS ...
  • Why All The Truncating, Gawker?
    As a self-described "defender of full RSS feeds," Reuters' Felix Salmon is wondering why Gawker Media just truncated its feeds. Gawker head Nick Denton said in a blog comment that ...
  • PPC Campaign Landing Page Goals
    Megan Leap describes 10 types of landing page goals marketing need to measure. For example, landing page clicks. She explains that it's important to create a multistep landing experience that ...
  • Report: RSS On The Wane
    Once touted as the future of digital content consumption, 2009 witnessed the continued decline of RSS Readers. "Many of us still use them, but less than we used to," writes ...