RSS feeds are streams used to customize the flow of site content, especially blogs. There are countless, free online platforms for RSS organization. Google Reader is a personal favorite. Not all sites have RSS feeds, but YouTube does. In fact, YouTube creates RSS feeds for individual channels, making it much easier for channel producers to get their content out to non-YouTube users. Best of all, YouTube gives channel creators a lot of freedom to customize the feed. This week’s Reel Web Creator Tip offers some useful advice on making the most out of YouTube’s RSS functionality.
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