Setting up RSS on Your Search Engine

LCT Magazine
Posted on September 24, 2008
You've probably seen "RSS" buttons on lots of websites lately, including this one. It stands for "Really Simple Syndication" or "Rich Site Summary." This is a good thing to have on your homepage - it can link you up to news stories and press releases on search terms that you care about, such as "limousine," or "ground transportation," or "business travel," or anything else you tend to look for. If you click on the RSS button on this page, or on our LCTmag.com website in the News section, it will allow you to set up news feeds onto your website - if you use Yahoo, Google, AOL, or other readers. And if you go to most any newspaper, magazine, weblog, or other sites, you'll see they have RSS buttons now. It makes information gathering quicker and more efficient.

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