What is RSS? It’s short for 'Really Simple Syndication'.
RSS allows you to receive our auto repair website design blog articles without actually having to visit our website. You can have the articles emailed to you or combine blog articles from multiple websites to a single web page called a 'Feed'.
Feeds are a way for websites to distribute their content. Feeds permit subscription to regular updates, delivered automatically via a web portal, news reader, or in some cases e-mail.
Watch this video for a quick explanation of RSS:
Google Feedburner feeds contain full articles, not just summaries. You get the whole article as if you were actually at the blog. You will have to visit the article's source website to leave your comments (please do!), but RSS makes reading blog articles much quicker and easier. You can use your favorite RSS aggregator or just have them forwarded to an email address. For more information please see Google's Feed 101 help page.
To subscribe to Robert Maxim Website Solutions auto repair website design RSS feed, click on the orange icon below and Feedburner will guide you through the process:
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Feedburner can send your feed directly to your email. An email is sent to you when new post(s) are made to our auto repair marketing blog. Feedburner also provides an email digest service that e-mails a single daily update when new articles are posted. Simply enter your email in the box below and click subscribe.