RSS Awareness Day

RSS Awareness Day

Today, May 1, is RSS Awarness Day.

Not familiar with RSS? Basically, it is your — the reader’s — way of receiving our — the blogger’s — content without having to directly visit the website. Everytime we upload a new post, it comes directly to your feed reader. This allows you, the reader, to keep up with multiple websites or blogs without having to surf the web endlessly for updates. And this way you never miss a story!

By now, most of you have seen our fancy little signature at the bottom of some of our posts. Here it is again:

Get your subscription to The Hazean for just $0 a month! You can subscribe to The Hazean by email and have this stuff in your inbox seconds after I post it or you can subscribe in your feed reader or on your home page. Either way you get all the fantasy info you need fast and easy. But hurry because this offer may not last forever!*

Don’t understand this whole subscribing thing? Check out this short video on RSS courtesy of my friend The Fantasy Football Goat. Isn’t technology great?

*This offer will last forever

Check out the links if you get a chance. There is some valuable information within the signature regarding RSS and learning how to subscribe. Then subscribe to The Hazean so you can get all of our content delivered to you!

If you are going to use an RSS feed reader, I suggest Google Reader. I use the Google suite, including Gmail and iGoogle, so it makes a lot of sense for me to use Google Reader. But it is for anyone, even if you do not use any of Google’s other products. Very user friendly, I highly recommend GReader.


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