Business Case for RSS

Next Story

FyberSearch [Officially] Launches FeedPlex

Rok Hrastnik of MarketingStudies.net has released a new, free report on making the business case for RSS. Highlights include:

  • Getting your content delivered to your subscribers, prospects, customers and business partners … and with absolutely no chance of it being stopped by any spam filters on its way.
  • Discovering new business and marketing opportunities; from podcasting (audio) to constant content updates that your subscribers actually want to receive.
  • Getting your newsletter or e-zine actually read, and not deleted or overseen.
  • Improving your search engine rankings.
  • Generating new traffic from dozens and dozens of new traffic sources.
  • Getting your content published on other sites.

Here’s the free download.


KT852B = TIP116  Silicon transistor P-N-P USSR  Lot of 4 pcs picture
KT852B = TIP116 Silicon transistor P-N-P USSR Lot of 4 pcs
1x BU526 Silicon NPN Power Transistor picture
1x BU526 Silicon NPN Power Transistor
(100 pcs) KT3102EM = BC538, BC548B, 2SC923K transistor USSR picture
(100 pcs) KT3102EM = BC538, BC548B, 2SC923K transistor USSR
(25 pcs) P416B / П416Б = 2SA279 2N384  Germanium Transistor USSR picture
(25 pcs) P416B / П416Б = 2SA279 2N384 Germanium Transistor USSR
(99 pcs) MP39 / МП39 ~  2N614, 2N615, 2N616, 2N617 Germanium transistor USSR picture
(99 pcs) MP39 / МП39 ~ 2N614, 2N615, 2N616, 2N617 Germanium transistor USSR