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VIRURL Adds RSS Ads

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Los Angeles-based VIRURL , the provider of online advertising technology, said Thursday that it has added a new feature called RSS Ads. The firm said its new feature allows publishers to use RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to automatically distribute and create ads from a publisher's articles. The firm said its RSS Ads feature is being used to help content owners automate the process of creating and launching its content ads.

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Lunch.com Adds Personalized RSS Feeds

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Johnson, told its users today that it has unveiled a new, personal RSS feed feature to the site. Los Angeles-based Lunch.com , the online social media and networking site run by J.R. According to Lunch.com, the new feed can be added to blogs, personal sites, or elsewhere to help users promote their content. Lunch.com allows users to find and share recommendations on products and other topics with other users, and find others who share similar interests.

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Fliptop: Shining A New Light On The RSS Feed

Tech Zulu Event

The RSS feed subscription idea has been around for quite some time now, however for some reason never really caught on with the general public.

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Guest Post

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS. Guest Post. Share and Enjoy. Guest Blog Posts

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BERKONOMICS CELEBRATES 6TH ANNIVERSARY WITH OVER 100,000 CIRCULATION

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Over 15,000 subscribers receive BERKONOMICS through RSS feeds, 50,000 by direct email, and 5,000 through LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook – posted directly to those sites immediately upon publication of the primary blog each Thursday morning.

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Entrepreneur DNA

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If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed, follow me on Twitter, or subscribe via email. Thanks for visiting! Continue reading on Medium

Joe Perez, Founder of @tastemade, On What Makes a Great Product Manager & More

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Update : Bothsides TV is now available on iTunes , Soundcloud , Stitcher , or any RSS podcast player you use, and don’t forget to subscribe on YouTube. I also added a little Soundcloud widget on the sidebar (if you’re viewing on web – not on mobile or RSS reader) that you can listen to each episode with.

The Power of Twitter in Information Discovery

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First, A Primer: Portals, RSS, Feed Readers & Delicious - When the web started we needed directories to find information and thus Yahoo! Then came RSS ( Really Simple Syndication ) widely credited to Dave Winer for driving the spec & adoption. Twitter is my curated RSS feed.

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The Who,What,When,Where and How of Blogging

SoCal Tech Calendar

What to Blog About Which platforms to use * Tumblr * Blogger * Wordpress * Posterous Domain Options RSS Feed Options Managin Comments Who is reading your blog? Monday, July 23, 2012 -- The Who,What,When,Where and How of Blogging. Why Blog? Analytics (Google Analytics, Chartbeat) Promoting Your Blog * Facebook * Twitter * Youtube * Viddy/SocialCam And other topics. Email Amani@woodsidemediagroup.com.

My HBS Presentation - Web 2.0 Implications on Learning

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type tools (Blogs, Wikis, Social Bookmarking, RSS, RSS Readers) on corporate learning and someone like HBS. I've somewhat fallen off the map on this blog. Been traveling and consulting with a bunch of early-stage and growth companies. Really fun stuff these days. One of my recent fun experiences was doing a presentation at Harvard Business School (HBS) on the implications of Web 2.0

32 Questions Developers May Have Forgot to Ask a Startup Founder

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Do you need to provide RSS? Almost every day I'm talking to early stage startup founders (see Free Startup CTO Consulting Sessions ) about what they plan to do. I tend to ask a lot of questions, challenge aspects, make suggestions.

6 Hands-on Tips To Conquer Your Entrepreneurial Fears

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS This article originally appeared on Forbes HERE.

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What The Heck Does “Traction” Really Mean To A VC?

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS Nearly every entrepreneur has heard the refrain, "Get back to me when you have some traction,” while seeking funding.

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32 Questions Developers May Have Forgot to Ask a Startup Founder

SoCal CTO

Do you need to provide RSS? Almost every day I'm talking to early stage startup founders (see Free Startup CTO Consulting Sessions ) about what they plan to do. I tend to ask a lot of questions, challenge aspects, make suggestions.

Demand Media Buys Two Firms, Renews Google Ad Deal

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According to Demand Media, it acquired IndieClick , a Los Angeles-based online advertising company, and also acquired RSS Graffiti , another Los Angeles firm developing social media products for Facebook. IndieClick was headed by Peter Luttrell, and RSS Graffiti by Ryan Hoffman. Santa Monica-based Demand Media , the online publishing empire run by Richard Rosenblatt, said Tuesday afternoon that it has acquired two companies, plus renewed a deal with Google.

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With Greathouse Comes Great Responsibility

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS. The following guest post is from some of my former UC Santa Barbara students.

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Combustion Matters More Than Scale

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS. A version of this article previously appeared in The Wall Street Journal .

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Why Entrepreneurs Hate (Most) MBAs

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes.

How Many Times Should You Tweet Your Blog Post?

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I’ve argued previously that Twitter is a new form of curated RSS and in many ways it is. But it is a transient RSS reader. I think this is important – otherwise your Twitter feed just becomes, literally, an RSS reader.

Startup Lessons From Pink Floyd’s Dark Side Of The Moon

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS A version of this article previously appeared on Inc.

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Coull Entrepreneurs Get More Customers

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Apologies: an incomplete draft of this article was inadvertently sent out previously via RSS. • Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS Coull Offers Advertisers Video Skimlinks.

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8 Fundraising Deal Breakers Inexperienced Entrepreneurs Routinely Create

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes.

Here’s How You Get A VC To Pull Out Their Checkbook

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS Business Plans are dead.

The Crowd Has Spoken: Check Out The Coolest US Tech Companies

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS What American tech company is the coolest? A subjective, yet important question.

Effective Email Introductions or Why Blind Intros Suck

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes. It just happened again.

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Some Thoughts on Twitter as a Micro-Blogging Tool

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1/ Twitter started off positioned as a micro-blogging platform but in the end became more of an RSS reader. Planning a threaded Tweetstorm? Here’s the rules: 1/Tweet 2/Reply to 1st Tweet but remove your @name 3/Reply to 2nd Tweet not 1st 4/Repeat. Mark Suster (@msuster) May 29, 2015. I learned the hard way by doing a Tweetstorm below but linked every subsequent Tweet back to the original Tweet to create the thread. I faced the wrath of the community.

The Impact Matrix: Prioritize Your 2013 Initiatives Using This Startup Ninja Tool

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS This article previously appeared in Forbes. It is that time of year again - annual planning season.

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Avoid Death By PowerPoint – Create Slides That Don’t Suck

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS As a venture capitalist, I am asked to provide feedback on a fair number of PowerPoint and Keynote slide decks.

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X1 Upgrades Email, Desktop Search Software

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The firm said that its newest version of its X1 Professional Client includes such features as removable disk support, RSS and Atom feeds, double byte language support, better Lotus Notes support, as well as performance and stability improvements.

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Deal Hair: Is Your Startup More Like Russell Brand Or Bruce Willis?

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes. Venture Capital is a game of pattern matching.

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Eucalyptus Systems CEO Marten Mickos Shares His Secrets Of Startup Success

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Entrepreneurs: Are You an Olympic Athlete or a Spectator?

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Top 30 Startup Technology and Product Posts for September 2010

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Consumer RSS: 1999-2010 - Venture Chronicles , September 11, 2010 paidContent made an interesting connection about Bloglines being shut down and the broader question of RSS in the age of Twitter. Today RSS is the enabling technology – the infrastructure, the delivery system. RSS is a means to an end, not a consumer experience in and of itself. Simply put, there is no market for RSS.

How This Startup Kicked Oracle’s A$$

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• Facebook • Twitter • Delicious • LinkedIn • StumbleUpon • Add to favorites • Email • RSS A version of this article previously appeared on Forbes.

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