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Feed Editor Makes Content Syndication Easy for Everyone

Feed Editor, a software tool designed to create, edit and publish RSS feeds, has been released by Extralabs Software. Now, with Feed Editor, webmasters have the ability to create new RSS feeds from scratch, or modify and enhance existing RSS feeds.

RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication, an XML format for distributing news headlines on the Web. RSS has evolved into a popular means to syndicate headlines and share content on the Internet.

Feed Editor makes RSS feed creation easy. The Feed Editor wizard walks new users through the RSS feed setup process, delivering ease of use and conformance to specifications. Feed Editor automatically repairs improperly formatted feeds, guaranteeing that all feeds used with Feed Editor, conform to the RSS specification. Feed Editor can be used to create and maintain an unlimited number of RSS feeds, enabling users to flawlessly maintain and distribute multiple content streams.

Integrated tools like live spell checking, WYSIWYG HTML editing, and image manipulation combine to deliver a powerful tool for webmasters. Advanced features empower web developers with automated feed creation and scheduling capabilities.

In today’s business environment, increased communication is not a luxury, it is a priority. Extralabs Software recognizes the need for reliable streams of communication, and has added a number of features into Feed Editor to assist webmasters with content development.

Feed Editor requires Windows 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP or Vista running on a Pentium-class computer. Feed Editor costs $39.95, and may be purchased securely online at extralabs.net. You can download a free fully-functional 30-day trial from the same web address.

Founded in 2003, the Extralabs Software company is engaged in the development of software solutions for web design and RSS creation. The Extralabs Software company closely cooperates with its customers and develops its solutions according to their requirements. The combination of the modern technologies and the creative team results in the success formula that makes it possible to create state-of-the-art solutions meeting the needs of all customers.

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