Add PC Advisor news, reviews, blogs to your site

  Managing ed 10 Nov 08
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Hi all,

long-term PCA forum members may be aware of our desktop RSS feeds (click here) and the Google Gadget that allows you to put PC Advisor editorial content on third-party sites (albeit in a limited fashion): click here

More recently our online team has been working on a bespoke RSS feed widget that means web-developers and bloggers can publish PCA news, reviews and blog content directly on their sites. It's intended to be user-friendly and straightforward, and we're currently in a sort of soft-launch/beta situation.

I'd appreciate it if members of the Webdesign forum wouldn't mind giving it a go and offering up some feedback.

Here's the link to the PCA RSS widget:

click here

Please feel free to use any feeds you generate on your websites (and either post or sent me a link and/or screenshot). I think it'll be particularly useful for any websites that are comprised mainly of static content, who need regularly updated expert content to improve SEO. That's the idea, anyway...

Many thanks!

Matt Egan
Managing Editor
PCAdvisor.co.uk

  Forum Editor 10 Nov 08

that can give a real lift to a site that doesn't see content changes very frequently. It will give your site a sense of being up to date, and as the content changes you may find your site traffic increasing as a result; visitors may bookmark you if they're interested in the PCA content.

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