nice find Allergic :)
That's one advantage Yahoo has over Google News. A point for the red corner.
Very cool, and its even noted that blog users can easily integrate the news feed to their site. Perfect target. :D
"The feeds are provided free of charge for use by individuals and non-profit organizations for personal, non-commercial uses."
So, if you had any dreams of incorporating these feeds into your clients' sites, think again. Even incorporating them into your personal site or blog wouldn't really be kosher if you have any paid advertising.
I use BBC News for my RSS XML feed... Their terms are you can use the XML feed for any site but can't change any data/logo in it or can't say "It is my news company" or something similar...
Where do I find BBC News' feed?
Thanks Allergic :)
Thanks Allergic! Not yet customizable enough for us to use but hope this will be improved (more categories or seach terms)
Google news is different in that the items go direct to the original source, rather than their own server where they reprint news items from AP etc like yahoo, which may introduce issues of attribution, copyright etc. Yahoo gets branding whenever anyone views a yahoo news item, but google only provides indexing, and they dont get branding once you hit the news page, apart from maybe a news.google logo on the actual RSS feed.
"Where do I find BBC News' feed?"
You can get the BBC RSS feed from this URL:
What is the BEST SEO friendly way to use the RSS feeds at your website? Some of my clients are using feeds from PRWeb and some other websites.
Can someone point me to information indicating a simple way to incorporate XML RSS feeds on a non-blog website without server modifications? Both Linux and IIS based info would be great. THanks!