Collect, curate, and display content from various blogs and news websites into a unified RSS feed widget.
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It’s challenging to develop new content for your website every day. The good news is that some other websites and blogs already cover exciting topics for your audience. With an RSS feed, you can aggregate, curate, and display that content in realtime on your website, internal wiki, or a live screen.
New content released by the publications you choose will be automatically added to the RSS feed. You can also curate the RSS embed with only the best posts or the ones from a campaign or around a specific topic.
You can easily customize your feed’s appearance using the Walls.io Style Editor. No tech skills are needed! Change the background, text, and tile border color with just a few clicks. Your RSS feed will be fully responsive and will always look great.
Here you can see a demo wall using Walls.io’s blog RSS feed.
Using an RSS feed on your brand’s internal or public website or even on a digital screen inside the premises helps you share the latest news with everyone. The latest articles on your blog, product news, or even relevant news in your industry. You can define the content of your RSS feed and even combine it with many more sources, such as social media content. Walls.io is much more than an RSS aggregator.
Bundle information from various sources and provide a curated mix of news and entertainment on a social media wall. You can create a news hub for a specific topic on an international basis or go as small and local as makes sense for you. Add specific news sources that matter to your town to keep your community informed and up-to-date.
Search engines use the time spent on site metric as a ranking factor since dwell time equals audience engagement – and that can only mean that you have great content on your page. The longer the dwell time, the more likely your visitors are to take action. Brands use RSS feeds on their websites to keep the visitors on their website and skyrocket conversions.
By adding an RSS feed to your website, you will be able to keep your website up to date without doing any research and writing work. Just select and curate feeds from authority websites in your industry and embed them into your website. This will help you save a lot of time and money that you’d have to invest in producing all that content in-house.
You can engage website visitors and retain their attention by embedding your RSS feed. As a result, people will scroll through your content and spend more time on your website. This will improve your engagement metrics by reducing bounce rates and increasing dwell time.
Visitors experience the waiting time as an outright waste of their valuable time. With a good RSS feed display, you can create a relaxed atmosphere. You can inform and entertain in a place where your audience is ready and waiting for relevant content: your waiting room. Digital displays alleviate waiting time. Time flies by with one or more screens, the right software, and the right content.
Leverage our RSS feed’s powerful content curation options to select the content you want to display and hide the rest. In addition, you have unlimited moderators, language and keyword filters, automated spam filtering for images and text, and remote moderation from any device.
There are six social wall layouts, fully responsive design, social feed automatic scrolling, user-friendly design editor, logo upload, and CSS customization. No coding skills needed!
Your Walls.io widget will update with new content in realtime. You only have to embed it once on your website and keep posting on LinkedIn as you usually do. Walls.io will fetch the content and display it in your feed. No extra work for you.
RSS – one of the most iconic data formats – has been a cornerstone of the “Web 2.0” era since it was pioneered by Netscape & Dave Winer in 1999. An RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed is an online file that contains details about every piece of content a site has published. Each time a site publishes a new article, information on that content—including the full text of the content or a summary, publication date, author, link, etc.—is automatically generated in the file and displayed in reverse chronological order.
Create a Walls.io account, choose RSS as a source and copy/paste the URL to your feed. It’s easy, and it takes less than 5 minutes. No tech skills are needed.
Usually, it’s the domain of your blog followed by “/feed” (e.g., blog.walls.io/feed) or “/rss” (e.g., blog.walls.io/rss). Major news websites also have dedicated pages for their RSS feeds, like the BBC: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10628494 . Search for your favorite news website + RSS, and you’ll find them.
The Walls.io RSS feed allows you to select the content you want to display and hide the rest. The feed’s moderation features include language and keyword filters, automated spam filtering for images and text, unlimited moderators, and remote moderation from any device.
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