New Software Offers RSS Feed and Podcast Management

<p><strong>July 10</strong><br />RSS Feed Creator, a software tool designed to create, edit and publish RSS feeds, has been released by Webvigour Software. Now, with RSS Feed Creator, webmasters have the ability to create new RSS feeds from scratch or modify and enhance existing RSS feeds.<br /><br />Designed for the Windows, this application enables you to create, edit and publish RSS feeds and podcasts surprisingly fast and easy. Compared to other RSS editors in its category, RSS Feed Creator combines an unprecedented number of features, including a support for various RSS formats, a podcasting support, a WYSIWYG HTML editor, an XML editor, an RSS Feed preview, an FTP upload and publishing, automatic date management and an ability to convert CSV or HTML to RSS and back and others. </p><p>All this is delivered in an intuitively transparent user interface that has been meticulously written in collaboration with usability groups and real end users.<br /><br />RSS Feed Creator can create and maintain an unlimited number of RSS feeds and podcasts, letting you maintain and distribute multiple content streams simultaneously. The best thing is the program makes it downright simple. To create a new RSS feed, you can use a New Feed Creation wizard. It will guide you through the RSS setup process in a step-by-step fashion, delivering ease of use and conformance to specifications.<br /><br />Additional convenience comes with a built-in WYSIWIG HTML editor that allows you to edit a feed in much the same way as you would edit a word processing document. You can format the text, apply styling and insert images and hyperlinks. Also, RSS Feed Creator can generate a feed from a CSV and HTML file. Once a feed is ready, you can preview it and publish online using an FTP upload facility. <br /></p>

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