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Social media and munication should be fun, why bother, but we have to admit, having made some mistakes, you should bother, although content curation can still be fun. This article will tell you about 3 easy steps to build a content strategy from scratch.
This one time we are going to tell you a story about a blocked writer. There lived a guy called Tom. He had a passion for writing and enjoyed all the pleasures of it till the very moment he was hit by this evil force usually known under the name of Writer’s Block.
We live in the world where we get news nonstop. But is it actually the news we get? The social media is full of false news, and unfortunately, these untrue stories have a potential to influence some vital things, like United States presidential election. We at Feedreader decided to examine the fake news phenomena and give our readers an ultimate recipe on how to avoid being fooled by the news hoaxers.
Information overload can be an essential problem for everyone who uses Internet and mobile devices on daily basis. Feedreader users are no exception, and thus we created this post to explain what the information overload is, and how to beat it, including a few tips on how to organize your RSS feeds.
Many new users are wondering - what’s special about RSS and why do we need it while we get most of our news from Facebook or Twitter? In this post, we explain what RSS is, and give a few strong reasons why social media can never pletely replace a decent RSS news aggregator.
After a few months of hard work and dedication, we are delighted to announce that the instant news observer from Feedreader is available at feedreader.com/observe.
We hope you will love this new service that lets you research and observe website news, stories and media buzz based on your own choice without subscribing to every particular site (once you find a good source you may click ‘Subscribe’ button to add it to your Feedreader Online).
Here are a few examples of news profiles you may start with: Make Use Of, Business Insider, CBS Sports.
It helps you preview any site’s RSS digest + find alternative news/feed sources for a wider range of media opportunities and choices; it also features a few important analytical and safe browsing options to make sure you can keep abreast of reputation, availability, and attitudes of every site/source you might subscribe to.
Our team has recently renovated the Feedreader website’s UI in order to streamline and adapt it for mobile devices. We hope you will love our new elegant and modern look!
Just imagine a service, which on the one hand lets you preview any site’s RSS feed without even subscribing to it in Feedreader Online, and on the other hand helps you broaden your horizons by suggesting some alternative news sources.
Such a “quick view” service would allow you not only to check the availability or activity of a certain website’s RSS feed (to make sure it’s not broken or outdated) before adding it, but also to find and observe more feeds/news related to similar subjects. Feedreader team is on its way to launching such an instant feed observer in early 2017, so stay tuned!
Feedreader has proudly expanded its platform with a new service - Deets Feedreader!
We take the challenges of user safety very seriously and that’s why we decided to start a free service that would allow you guys to check the websites’ statuses (e.g. 'live' or 'stale', safe or dangerous) before subscribing to their RSS feeds.