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Add PC Advisor news, reviews and blogs to your website... for FREE!

The PC Advisor RSS widget lets you display our latest content on your website or blog. In just a couple of minutes you can access ALL of PC Advisor's news, reviews and blog postings and publish them to your site. That's more than 400 news stories and 100-plus expert reviews each month, as well as daily blog postings pushed out to your website as soon as they hit PC Advisor, every hour of every day, free of charge.

To add all this great content to your website, just follow the simple step-by-step instructions below.

At the end you'll be given a simple piece of JavaScript code to copy-and-paste into your web page or blog. (If you are unsure how to do this, consult your blog service or web-creation software's Help section.)

Select and configure which feed you would like to display on your site or blog. If you want to add more than one feed, simply go through the two-step process again, as many times as you'd like:

Add PC Advisor content to your website - you're almost there

Congratulations. You've selected and configured your feed, and you're minutes away from publishing hundreds of PC Advisor stories on your site each month. All you have to do now is tweak the way it looks to make it fit in with the rest of your website or blog.

When you've finished you'll be given a simple piece of JavaScript code to copy-and-paste into your web page or blog.

Please select and configure which feed you would like to display on your site or blog:

Alternatively, get targeted news that closely matches your website:


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