RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication or Rich Site Summary. Basically, it's a clever way to make sure content you're interested in finds you instantly.
RSS feeds are headlines, links and descriptions which come to you as soon as the website is updated with a new story. Here's how to get started with RSS:
- You can set up a personal page such as MyYahoo!, iGoogle or MyAOL and follow their instructions to add content.
- You can click on the RSS button in any recent version of the main browsers, such as Firefox, opera, Safari or Internet Explorer, then follow the instructions.
- Alternatively, you can download or sign-up to a free news reader like NetNewsWire, Google Reader, Newsgator, or Bloglines.
To add a feed to your reader, click on the feed you want, then either copy and paste the feed url into your reader, or add the feed to your reader using the one click subscription option, repeating the process until you've got all the feeds you need. Your feed reader will now instantly update with the headlines from your chosen feeds.
Choose a feed:
All Latest Articles
All Latest Blogs
Balance Sheets and Cash Flow
Financial Regulation and Compliance
Funding and Investment
Governance and Ethics
Mergers and Acquisitions
Operations and Performance