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Optimizing your RSS feed

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I’ve written an article over at the Lockergnome RSS resource on optimizing your RSS feed. If you are at all concerned with the amount of bandwidth you’re using because of your feed, check out the article.


Adam Kalsey
August 13, 2003 8:26 AM

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August 13, 2003 9:26 AM

Mid-week Feast of Links

Excerpt: The harsh reality is that there are so many good sites, articles, resources, posts out there. I can understand why sideblogs with just links in them are spreading in popularity. At any rate, here are some terrific resources that I've been wanting to sh...

August 17, 2003 8:56 AM

Thanks (again), Adam. I hadn't really given much thought including/not including the comments/trackback numbers on our feeds. Now I can see how that could definitely save us some reloads. I've redone our primary templates to take your thoughts into account. Can't wait for part two, although I suspect it's going to 'cause me more work! HA!

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