RSS - RSSisprobablythemostpowerfulmarketingtool

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“RSS is probably the most powerful marketing tool  emerging in internet publishing today.”  Northrip, R. (2003). “How to Create RSS feeds with Dreamweaver” “…the velocity and mass of its adoption confirms it to be  one of the most important developments in the distribution  of media content in a number of years.”   MediaThink, (2004). “RSS: The Next Big Thing on Line” “RSS is a brand new marketing tool predicted to replace  email, and it's currently sweeping the World Wide Web like  a storm.”  Khundmiri, M. (2005). “6 Strong Reasons Why RSS Beats Email Marketing”
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Who uses RSS?
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RSS had many names as it evolved RDF Site Summary  Rich Site Summary Really Simple Syndication
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Owner Year Format Status 0.90 Netscape March 1999 Resource Description Framework (RDF) Replaced by 1.0 0.91 XML Officially replaced by 2.0, but still active 0.92, 0.93, 0.94
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