ArmingYourFarming.com Uses RSS to Send Daily Real Estate Marketing Tips to Agents

March 14, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Austin, TX - March 14, 2006 — If you keep up with Internet technology, youíve probably heard of RSS, short for "really simple syndication."

Websites and blogs can use RSS to send fresh content to readers through services like My Yahoo and My MSN, or through an RSS news reader like NewsGator.

ArmingYourFarming.com, a company known for its "how to" guides to real estate marketing, recently adopted RSS technology to send daily marketing tips to agents and brokers. Brandon Cornett, the companyís founder, explained the benefits to subscribers:

"RSS lets you select news, articles and other content, and have that information sent straight to your computer. Itís safe and private, because subscribers donít have to give up any contact information. They can subscribe anonymously."

Cornett set up his company's RSS feeds so readers who want to subscribe can simply click on their preferred feed (My Yahoo, My MSN, personalized Google page, or regular RSS). The feed will then be added to the subscriber's page, instantly and automatically.

"For us, itís the perfect marriage between technology and education," Cornett said. "The end result is that anyone can visit the site, click an RSS button, and get daily marketing tips sent directly to their computer, without spending a dime or sacrificing privacy."

About the Company:
Founded in 2004, ArmingYourFarming.com publishes exclusive marketing guides for real estate agents and brokers. To subscribe to the companyís RSS feed, visit their daily marketing blog at: www.realestatemarketingtips.blogspot.com. To learn more about the company and their products, visit www.armingyourfarming.com.