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RSS Feeds of EducationCenters.com

Rich Site Summary, also known as RSS, is basically a format for delivering changes in web content. Most news-related websites, business and personal blogs, and online publishers syndicate their RSS feeds to whoever needs it. Subscribing to RSS feeds allows you to receive updates to all subscribed feeds without having to visit them separately.

Benefits of using RSS

If you regularly use the web, RSS feeds solve a number of potential problems. It enables you to stay informed by constantly retrieving content from different sites which you are interested that you have subscribed to thereby saving you time. Your privacy is also protected since you do not need to join any newsletter to receive updates. Big names such as Yahoo! News, Google, CNN, and others are all offering RSS feeds to their respective visitors.

What do you need to read RSS Feeds?

You need a Feed Reader or News Aggregator software to subscribe and read RSS syndication from various sites. If you're looking for a cross-platform software, Amphetadesk is a good choice. If you are strictly using Windows, try FeedReader or NewsGator (integrates with your Outlook). There is also a growing popularity of using web-based feed readers such as those offered by Google Reader, MyMSN, MyYahoo! and Bloglines to name a few. Once you set them up, it is just a matter of time to find a good site and start subscribing to their feeds. Websites that syndicate their content usually display small icons with acronyms RSS, XML, or RDF to let you know that feeds are available for subscription.

Subscribing to EducationCenters.com's RSS Feeds

Every day, we scour the web to bring you the latest news, guidelines, tips and FAQs in the field of online education. Subscribing to our feeds is relatively simple. You can do this by simply clicking the orange RSS Icon next to the topic that you are interested in. If you have configured your RSS reader correctly, receiving RSS feed from us should start automatically.