Latest Interview: Dick Costolo

This week's interview is with Google's Dick Costolo. We discussed RSS Feeds, the way they are being used, and how monetization of feeds will evolve in the future. Please feel free to comment on the interview below. ... Read More >

Latest Interview: Bill Flitter Podcast

Recently I put a podcast together with Pheedo's Bill Flitter. Bill is the CEO of Pheedo and shared his insights on how RSS is being used, and also provides advice on promotion of your feed. Once you are done reading or listening, you can comment on the podcast below. ... Read More >

Should you NOINDEX your RSS feed?

One of the questions you see swirling about the forums and blogs these days is whether or not you should Noindex your RSS feeds to avoid duplicate content problems. The source of the problem is that RSS feeds are being crawled by the search engines. In addition, many people are now recommending that you include the entire content of your articles directly in your feed. You can read more about this in my recent interview of Rick Klau of FeedBurner. So if the search engine sees the content on your site, ... Read More >

IE7 and RSS

One of the things that I have not been paying enough attention to is the upcoming release of Internet Explorer 7. This is one of the good things about SES. It helps me get a broader picture of things than I tend to get in my day to day work. While there, I got a better understanding of one of the key features of this upcoming browser update from Microsoft. You can get the feature review of IE 7 here. That is, RSS auto-discovery. RSS has been historically the domain of advanced users for a variety ... Read More >