RSS: Really Simple Syndication for DashBurst
After the fall of Google Reader and Twitter RSS, many have pondered if RSS is dead, but the technology is still alive and well here at DashBurst. RSS (Rich Site Summary or often referred to as Really Simple Syndication) is a standard web feed format to automatically publish information like blog posts, photos, videos, audio and other media. RSS feeds provide a useful way to subscribe to different sources, like Popular content trending on DashBurst, this DashBurst Blog or even specific users or media you follow.
As our first unofficial API release, DashBurst now supports RSS feeds for new Featured and user content.
For starters, now you can follow all Featured DashBurst posts via the RSS reader of your choice or Feedly below:
Your RSS Feed
On your user profile page there is an RSS icon at the bottom left corner of your bio section. So now people can subscribe to you on DashBurst and their favorite RSS readers!
You can also use your own RSS feed to syndicate your DashBurst posts beyond our current automatic sharing support for Facebook and Twitter, to automatically curate content to other social networks and do all sorts of other cool stuff using sites like IFTTT.
Featured Feeds on DashBurst
On DashBurst we look to feature interesting and original content. You can now follow the main Featured feed, or any specific content type you like including some of the best photos, videos, infographics and more hand-picked by our staff below:
Surfer’s Paradise in Australia by Robin Galloway
Enjoy a peaceful moment along the shore by James Meyer
Blue by the Wendy Clark Band
State of the Earth in 50 years by Nowsourcing
10 tips to get you started like a pro on Twitter by Kelly Dennis
Old Summer by Dario Barbani
Hope you find these feeds to be of interest and long live RSS!