The use of a Real Simple Syndication (RSS) feed can ultimately offer business owners the opportunity to feed self updating knowledge-based content to your website visitors.
Agreements can be worked out with applicable third-party websites that allow content to be updated on your website without your intervention.
This third party information can provide industry related news or recent applicable blog entries related to your industry for your site visitors to feast on.
It is possible for a web designer to create a page that draws relevant information from highly specific RSS feeds. This data can be updated and archived as needed.
As a business owner this is good news. It can take some time to receive the permissions needed and then some additional time to recast a website in the image of a multi-source pool of information, but it can be well worth the effort.
Believe it or not, this scenario can also provide the perfect reasoning to work at supplying original content to others through an RSS feed. Other sites may be interested in your original content.
Generally speaking, sites that use this third-party data include the first sentence or...