The choice of a decent RSS reader to browse and read your favorite RSS feeds was not an easy task. I tried and tried different windows desktop readers but I ended up uninstalling for one reason or another. Then I found Bloglines and I am pleased to say that have not been disappointed with it. The reason you need a decent RSS reader to spend much time reading feeds. I can run an RSS resource website which means I have to keep up with all things RSS. Naturally, I have met many RSS readers, but they have always found lacking in one thing or another. In my research I came across Bloglines, which is a web based reader. Bloglines is a shame not have an affiliate program, as I would like to promote it, simply because it is a great tool.
Unfortunately for me, but fortunately for you this tool is free and everyone loves free internet tools. The main reason I write this is because I feel the need to give something back to Bloglines and I want to benefit from such a great RSS reader. Lets start looking at the main benefits of using Bloglines. First, is quick to use. Desktop counterparts now usually web-based tools are much slower than exists in this case because Bloglines has a cache of food due to its large user base of feed already on the Bloglines server. With the screen reader, you have to download the feeds when you start your reader, if you subscribe to a lot of sources like me, then the result will be a long wait. As this is a popular web based reader you have the social advantage of the RSS.
There is a directory of all feed readers that have not signed and if the reader chooses to make your list of RSS feeds public can see what everyone is reading. Another major spin-off of this is the ability to see how many Bloglines users subscribe to each feed. As you know everything has its downside, Bloglines is no exception. The main downside is that if Bloglines is always down, it will not be able to access your feeds. Now this is certainly a problem of great potential, especially if you really largely be able to access your feeds. Since I've been a user that have not experienced any downtime. As a precaution you can export your list of RSS feeds as an OPML file so you can import into another RSS reader Bloglines must be face up or experience serious infringements downtime. I am happy to say is a tool we will gladly recommend an RSS user. It is easy to configure, easy to use and is currently free. Why not try it, I promise that quickly become addicted and then monitored for feeds more than your email. Allan is the webmaster in an RSS resource for webmasters. Learn how to use RSS to attract and retain visitors to your site.