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October 5, 2004

Special Report: The Marketer's Introduction to RSS Content Delivery Power

  • What is the internet marketing reality of 2004?
  • The Question of further e-mail usefulness
  • The e-mail delivery model
  • Is RSS the solution?
  • Will RSS replace e-mail?
  • What RSS actually is?
  • How RSS works?
  • Key benefits of using RSS
  • Key Disadvantages of using RSS
  • The RSS push vs pull
  • Key RSS business uses
  • Why should you care?

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