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RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) provides a convenient way for you to receive content “feeds” from a variety of sources, including the latest blog headlines from DigiMarCon and our network of sites.

When you subscribe to an RSS feed, new stories and updates are automatically delivered to you the moment they are published. In order to subscribe to feeds, you need to download news reader software or use a Web-based news reader. This allows you to access all your feeds in one convenient location.

If you are ready to start there are a few RSS Terms and Conditions you will also need to be aware of before using our feeds. When you are ready;

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What is an RSS Feed?

RSS (or Really Simple Syndication) provides a convenient way for you to read the latest articles from These articles or content “feeds” are updated at the same time as they are published on

The RSS feeds need to be viewed via a news reader or via Microsoft Outlook. There are many free or inexpensive news readers available with various capabilities. Most allows you to access all your feeds in one location.

These RSS feeds are for personal use and can only be used news reader applications. You may not publish headlines from these channels to a web page. By using our RSS feeds, you agree to our RSS terms and conditions.

Viewing Feeds in a Personal RSS Reader

A feed reader is an application known as an aggregator or news aggregator that retrieves syndicated content that is supplied in the form of a web feed (usually in the formats of RSS, Atom or javascript formats). RSS readers allow you to display and subscribe to any number of RSS feeds.

There are a variety of RSS readers available.

Benefits to Publishers that use our RSS Feeds

The benefits of adding an RSS feed to your site include:

  • Keeping your website sutomatically updated with the latest information
  • Expanding the content on your site which requires minimal effort to set up
  • Increasing your site’s “stickiness” and therefore increasing page views
  • From an SEO (search engine optimisation) perspective, the content may add “freshness” to your site to encourage search engines to crawl your site and more keywords may increase the “relevance” of your page to search engines to every five minutes.

RSS Readers

PC Users

Newz Crawler: Retrieves news from various web sources in background and combines RSS, Atom, Newsgroups and Web pages in one application.

Feed Demon: Unique newspaper layouts and configurable display options.

Awasu: A free RSS reader that integrates with blogging services, podcasts and more.

SharpReader: Allows customisable feed refresh rates and has advanced thread tracking.

Mac Users

NetNewsWire: Newsgator’s service for the Mac X users combining all the features of the Newsgator tool.

Newsfire: A dedicated RSS feed built for your Mac with all the latest features packed in.

Browser-based Reader

Feedly: A popular web based reader that offers syncing between apps and a rich news suggestion algorithm that makes it easy to surface new articles.

Bloglines: Create your profile then search and select from thousands of headline feeds.

NewsGator: Integrates with your blog publishing and lots of upgrade features.

Windows / Mac / Linux

Amphetadesk: Amphetadesk is one for advanced users. This will allow you to tailor your experience regardless of your operating system.

Straw: A feed aggregator for open source desktops.

If you are considering viewing video by RSS, be sure to check that your reader supports video.


What content is provided?

RSS-enabled sites provide RSS feeds that list article headlines, summaries and links back to the full article. Typically the summary is approximately 100 to 200 characters in length providing an overview of the story allowing users to select the stories that most interest them.

Content is frequently updated

Content provided in RSS feeds is updated continuously. The moment we publish a story across our sites it will appear immediately on the RSS feed.

How often should I check for updates to my subscribed feeds?

It is recommended to set the updates to every five minutes.