Getting the Word Out with Syndic8

  • 6-Nov-2001

Faithful readers know that CMS Watch is bullish on syndication because it can multiply the value of your content. One of the simpler approaches touted here before, headline syndication via RSS, now has a new proponent. The free "Syndic8" service will review and categorize your feed, making it more accessible to potential subscribers...
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