Syndicate this site with RSS feeds!
Think of the benefits - any Exercise related
site can instantly get fresh updated Exercise resources and content
This XML-RSS feed can be used in your RSS aggregator or posted to your own Web site.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is an XML-based format in
which content from blogs and Web sites, including seattletimes.com, is
delivered to specialized RSS news readers. Our free RSS feeds include
headlines, summaries and links back to seattletimes.com for the full
article. This Exercise resource site, exerciseburn.com, currently use RSS 2.0.
What are the benefits of using RSS?
RSS is a quick and easy way for you to review updates from
all of your favorite Web sites and blogs without having
to visit them! Using an RSS reader, you subscribe
to a feed like exerciseburn.com's RSS
then scan the results like Exercise
News. If you find an article
that interests you, simply click on the headline to
read the complete article. RSS readers collect feeds
into one place that you can easily manage (and remember,
we have Exercise eCards,
the most current of Exercise auctions,
and much more.
If I'm running a Exercise site, why do I want a exerciseburn.com
Exercise RSS Feed?
As you can see on exerciseburn.com, we have lots of great Exercise
resources you can use to add relevant content and links
to your site. Exercise associations,
Exercise jobs, Exercise news
and more can be placed easily and quickly on your sites...
and no updating is required on your part.
Where can I get an RSS reader?
There are numerous RSS readers available, many of which are free. Some are
Web-based readers and others are available as desktop software that you
download and install on your computer. Examples of free RSS
Hope this has been helpful!