We’ve talked about RSS (Real Simple Syndication) a little bit before, but I wanted to added a little more information to help everyone know how to use it, since it can be so helpful.
Kelly Mullins posted early the “Screencast.com and RSS”:http://blog.screencast.com/2008/12/screencastcom-and-rss.html article a few weeks ago. As a follow-up to that article, here is a video (2:58 minutes) that will walk you through the following:
* What RSS is
* How content owners can use RSS
* How viewers benefit from RSS
* How users can subscribe to content using RSS
You can watch a larger version here: http://www.screencast.com/t/OAems4p9W
I know RSS has been a great tool for me to stay up to date on the blogs and sites that I like to regularly follow, but don’t want to have to visit to find out what’s new.
If you’ve never used RSS before, it’s super simple to use. If you decide that you no longer the subscription, you can always get rid of it.
You can even subscribe to this blog to make sure you keep up to date on lots of tips, tricks, and news about Screencast.com. Click on the RSS icon to get started.