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We offer RSS feeds for CSR Press Releases, Events, Reports, and CSRlive. We offer RSS feeds for CSR Press Releases, Events, Reports, and CSRlive. If you are interested in adding CSRwire headlines to your site, please contact us at 802.251.0110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication” – a format for gathering and distributing content from sources across the Web. It lets you tap into a stream of headlines and stories from designated news services, newspapers, magazines, sites and/or blogs. Your RSS feeds appear on your screen, in the context of the other information, services and functions you are accessing.
RSS files are often labeled as XML or RDF.
1) Using your Internet browser and a portal site
As of yet, most browsers do not support directly reading an RSS feed (Safari is an example of one that does). Web site services/portals such as My Yahoo! allow you to read RSS feeds through your Web browser on your personalized pages. Below are buttons to add our feed to some of the more popular portals.
2) Using an aggregator program
Aggregator software designed for reading RSS feeds can be downloaded or run through your browser. It can be a stand-alone program or integrated into a program that you already use, such as Microsoft Outlook. Yahoo! has a directory of aggregator programs. Below are buttons to add our feed to a few of the more popular and respected browser-based aggregators.