FeedBlitz Subscription Services
Simple, Hassle-Free Email Content Updates
Blogs and RSS feeds are booming - but readers typically need custom software called an aggregator to get the content. Or you can use web-based services, but then you have to be online to read the feeds, and let's not get started about the whole pop-up, spyware thing.
It's a pain, particularly if you're just exploring a feed or two. Surely there has to be a better way? Isn't there a way to use what you already have to get to all this content and explore all the excitement?
There is a better way. FeedBlitz.
Subscribe Using Email, Powered By FeedBlitz
Email is ubiquitous. Everyone has email. FeedBlitz monitors the information you care about and delivers it to your inbox. Simple. No popups - ever. No gurus required. No software to install. And because it's email, unlike typical web services, you can look at the content offline in your email software - on your laptop, phone, PDA, at the airport, wherever you can read your mail.
Multiple Feeds, One Daily Email. Each night (US East Coast) the free service checks on your feeds, figures out the changes, and sends you a single, easy to read email with all the information at your fingertips. If there are no changes, you won't get a message, so FeedBlitz won't clutter up your email system with worthless emails. Even with an online aggregator having a daily digest backup is useful, as your email software has search, sort and indexing capabilities that many aggregators simply don't.
All FeedBlitz emails are easily identified with "[FeedBlitz]" in the subject line so you can easily manage your subscription. All unsubscribe requests are honored immediately.
What can FeedBlitz Monitor?
Pretty much any and every blog, because almost every blog has an RSS, Atom or RDF feed. And if you're thinking "A what? Feeds? Atoms? I didn't get past high school physics" don't worry - you don't need to know. FeedBlitz handles the complexities - you just get a nicely formatted email every day.
Better yet, many regular web sites (think CNN, the BBC, Sports Illustrated, and many corporations, large and small) have RSS feeds too. These web sites use RSS to tell readers (such as FeedBlitz) that there's new information to read. So you can get a daily news digest without having to manually pore over every section of your favorite web sites.
How do you know that your favorite web site has an RSS feed? Simple - look for an icon a little like this one: (the icon may have the text "Atom" or "RDF" instead - either way, it's good). Find the icon, click it, and the URL to give FeedBlitz is the one your browser visits. Don't worry if you seem to get gobbledygook in the browser - that's FeedBlitz's job to figure out for you. (That's why the "chicklet", as it's called (no, I have no idea either), is the inspiration behind the FeedBlitz web site's look and feel).
Finally, FeedBlitz can monitor ordinary HTML pages - but can only tell you that the page changed. It's not as useful as a feed, but if your competitor doesn't have one then this a great way to roll your own Internet intelligence service for free.
What can you do with a FeedBlitz Subscription?
Just a few thoughts...
Sign up and See for Yourself - It's FREE and EASY
It takes only a few seconds to set yourself up - and then you'll see! So grab the feed URL for your Blog and let's go!
Sign up for FeedBlitz today and start generating extra readers for you and more convenience for them.