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Fight Spam and Fortify Your Web Site with RSS
RSS is the answer to the Spam epidemic of the past. Spam, any mass distribution of material across the Internet, can cause systems to back up and crash with unwanted and unsolicited material. Some of this material may be offensive to the people who visit your website and drive away potential viewers or customers.
Spam clogs networks and takes the place of real news and interesting articles. To effectively fight Spam, utilize RSS technology to ensure your website is at the height of its game. This technology screens and sorts material so you only get what you specifically want.
RSS technology utilizes an editor or reader to sort through data. RSS feeds are often one line of text that details the title of the article and gives a brief explanation of the kind of information given in the article. RSS readers often distinguish between Spam and real content by recognizing mass distribution or carbon copies.
This function ensures you are not receiving Spam that has been mass emailed out, but are receiving legitimate news from legitimate services you subscribe to. RSS readers can be downloaded from sites, and often are associated with specific and well-known news services.
This technology has been supported by Microsoft, and is being touted as the new wave in information distribution over the Internet. RSS readers can be set to screen fro certain titles, certain content, certain origins, and certain carbon copies. You can tailor your RSS to your specific site, or leave your specifications broad to get a general idea of the news of the day.
As this technology takes of, web sites are springing up that allow individuals to create their own RSS system that serves as a sort of home page with the news they are interest in reading. This technology offers an opportunity to further tailor your news offerings and saves you large quantities of time formerly spent sifting through Spam.
RSS feeds provide you an opportunity to tailor the time you spend on the Internet to your exact news needs. RSS editors can be used also to create your own RSS. An RSS format ensures your information will be treated seriously and will not be handled as Spam. Using an RSS editor is simple to learn, and will save a lot of time and energy.
RSS marketing can help you target specific RSS sites and to earn screen time on reputed web sites. With RSS marketing, your information is taken seriously and treated as news rather than Spam.
This marketing approach provides your product information to a large audience without the aggravation causing mass email approach that many companies try and fail with. RSS technology is a wave of the future, and offers you an opportunity to get the best news as well as earn a spot on websites that matter.
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A blacklist, as the name implies, is a list of people or companies who have met with the disapproval of others. In the online world a blacklist refers to those people who have been marked as responsible for generating spam in a very big way.
Do You Know Whats in Your Trash?
A hearty welcome to all the spam fighting filters and programs created to rescue us from the deluge of unwanted e-mail! There is practically a "solution" for everything. But as with most online "solutions" filters and programs are only tools that users need to make some effort to use properly to reap the benefits.
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We receive so much information on the Internet, especially via email, that many times we have difficulty separating the good "stuff" from the junk. Most of us put unsolicited email (spam) in the junk category.
Quickly Eliminate 100% of Your Junk Email
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Kill The Messenger (Service)
You are familiar with the software applications that you run on your computer, but you may not be familiar with the dozens of programs running in the background on your computer. These programs, called "services" handle tasks like event logging, spooling files to the printer, and networking.
BUSTED: Anti Spam Forces Bankrupt Super-Spammer Scott Richter
Microsoft scores one for the good guysScott Richter, the self-proclaimed "Spam King," just can't seem to get enough attention. Admittedly responsible for sending literally billions of Unsolicited Commercial Email messages (UCE), Richter made headlines again recently when his spam-fed cash cow, OptInRealBig.
Wiki Reek-y Havoc
The Vandals are coming! And this time they're after your wallets.It's a new form of insidious spam and like its inbred email cousin, it's staggeringly stupid.
Three Faces of SPAM
Like everybody who will ever read this, I get spam in my e-mail. Mine seems to fall into one of three categories.
Why Your ISP Takes Bribes From Spammers
The lifeblood of the spammer is email. They need to be able to send lots of it on an ongoing basis to stay in "business".
Demand for Spam? It exists
Do you like spam? No, I'm not kidding. Everybody knows what spam is, almost everybody seems to have learned by heart simple advice like "do not click ?" "do not respond?" , "do not buy?" but--On March 23, 2005 Mirapoint and the Radicati Group, a consulting and market research firm, released preliminary results of their end-user survey on email hygiene.
Dont Look Spammy!
We all hate spam and get way too much of it - agreed? Now that we have that out of the way it is important to realize that in everyone's zest to minimize their spam, we are deleting legitimate e-mails - and those e-mail could be YOUR business messages! Two factors are at play - not reviewing your trash before you empty it and sending e-mail with indicators that trip spam filters.When sending business e-mail, it is critical that you make certain efforts so that your e-mail will not be inadvertently, incorrectly perceived as spam.
Winning the War On Spam
For years I didn't worry much about spam.But lately it's got out of control.
5 Zero-Cost Spam Prevention Tools For All Situations!
Anyone who uses email knows what Spam is!It's annoying and time consuming to wade through volumes offraud, con and obscene emails to filter out the really importantones. And I am sure you are affected by this menace in some form or other.
What To Do When You Get Spam
When you go to your mailbox and find pieces of junk mail mixed in with important correspondence, you throw it out. It is a mild nuisance and you probably don't even give it a second thought.
Fight Spam and Fortify Your Web Site with RSS
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Managing Spam in 2005
In 1998, nearly 10% of all email traffic on the internet was SPAM. By 2003 that number had climbed to 50%, and the problem had gotten so bad that Congress passed the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act)The specific requirements and penalties of that law, (which took effect in 2004) have done little to stem the tide of junk email we all receive.
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