What are RSS Feeds?
RSS ( Really Simple Syndication) feeds offer you another way to get headlines and summaries in one place from many of your favourite websites. Headlines can be read when you’re ready. You don’t have to go to each web site individually. RSS feeds require RSS Readers to display these headlines. Without a RSS Reader you will see XML coding on your browser.
How can I get an RSS reader?
There are many RSS readers available online. Some can be downloaded free, while others charge for more customizable options. Certain readers will work better on different operating systems. You will need to take these factors into account when you choose your software.
Below is a list of some FREE RSS / news reader applications available online. Please note that these links are provided as a convenience for you and not endorsed by MPL Communications Inc.
- QuiteRSS – FREE! QuiteRSS is an open-source, cross-platform RSS/Atom news reader. It is versatile, and has a full set of options. QuietRSS is fast starting, and navigation is quick
- FeedReader – FREE! Simple, straightforward feed reader that easily handles large number of feeds. Has the essential options (not a lot of confusing ones). Does not require Java. Import or export OPML files. Option to open links in an external browser
- RssReader – FREE! Windows-based RSS reader. Supports RSS versions 0.9x, 1.0 and 2.0 and Atom 0.1, 0.2 and 0.3
- Blogbotrss – FREE! An RSS reader plug-in for Internet Explorer and Microsoft Outlook
- Vienna – FREE! An RSS/Atom reader for Mac OS X
- MY Yahoo – FREE! Makes for a very solid RSS reader. It’s fast and it allows you to preview articles, and it is popular enough that there are buttons on many websites that will automate installing the feed on MyYahoo
- RSSOwl – FREE! A powerful news feed reader. RSSOwl lets you gather, organize and search news in a convenient, easy to use interface with endless flexibility.
How can I get AdviceForInvestors.com’s RSS feed?
To create your AdviceForInvestors.com feed, click on the RSS button, copy the URL you get in the browser window and paste it in your RSS reader.