by Stanley Park
With more than 75 million people regularly using RSS to send and receive breaking news, this fast track distribution channel is quickly becoming the hottest way to publish your content to the World Wide Web. Considering its exceptional ability to reach a mass audience with nearly instantaneous impact, the only thing keeping many people from climbing aboard the RSS bandwagon is the level of technical expertise that is generally required to get it up to speed.
Even turning to an on-line RSS posting service in an attempt to simplify the process can be a frustrating experience that requires downloading, installing and learning about new software - a prospect that many individuals and companies find too time-consuming, if not a daunting task.
A free, on-line service recently announced by the upstart software development team at Netsplorer.com dramatically changes that equation, transforming RSS newsfeed creation and distribution into an intuitive process that is as simple as sending and receiving email.
Netsplorer offers a free, Web-based service that allows you to build, edit, distribute and update your own RSS newsfeeds automatically. To use the Netsplorer service, you just need to sign up for a free, on-line account that allows you to build, manage and distribute your RSS feeds without downloading or using any special software. Netsplorer hosts your newsfeeds free of charge on its servers. Netsplorer is a free community service, so Netsplorer never charges any fees to its subscribers. Netsplorer represents a revolutionary development that demystifies RSS newsfeed production and distribution, and makes it simple.
Netsplorer generated newsfeeds can be read by any aggregator. Subscribers can also provide the free Netsplorer NewsReader software to their website visitors. The Netsplorer NewsReader presents RSS newsfeeds via an unobtrusive headline ticker that scrolls directly on your desktop.
The Netsplorer News Reader is certified to contain no spyware or adware. It is available as a freeware download from Netsplorer.com.