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Rich Farmbrough: for free => free or other minor changes using AWB

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for free => free or other minor changes using AWB ← Previous revision Revision as of 15:29, 28 May 2017 Line 1: Line 1:   [[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]   [[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]] − '''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[Website|websites]] are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse. + '''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[website]]s are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.       ==Motivation==   ==Motivation== − Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement. + Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement.       Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized{{clarify|what on earth is an optimized link?|date=December 2016}} link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority.   Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized{{clarify|what on earth is an optimized link?|date=December 2016}} link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority. Line 10: Line 10:       ==History==   ==History== −     {{main|History of web syndication technology}}   {{main|History of web syndication technology}}     Line 20: Line 1[...]



Wavelength: changing adverb "in" and preposition "to" —> preposition "into"—wikt:in—wikt:wikt:to—wikt:into—http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/into.html—User:Wavelength/About English/Expressions "into" and "in to"

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changing adverb "in" and preposition "to" —> preposition "into"—wikt:in—wikt:wikt:to—wikt:into—http://public.wsu.edu/~brians/errors/into.html—User:Wavelength/About English/Expressions "into" and "in to" ← Previous revision Revision as of 21:06, 14 April 2017 Line 31: Line 31:   Types of content syndicated include [[RSS]] or [[Atom (standard)|Atom]] Feeds and full content. With RSS feeds, headlines, summaries, and sometimes a modified version of the original full content is displayed on users' feed readers. With full content, the entire content—which might be text, audio, video, applications/widgets or user-generated content—appears unaltered on the publisher's site.   Types of content syndicated include [[RSS]] or [[Atom (standard)|Atom]] Feeds and full content. With RSS feeds, headlines, summaries, and sometimes a modified version of the original full content is displayed on users' feed readers. With full content, the entire content—which might be text, audio, video, applications/widgets or user-generated content—appears unaltered on the publisher's site.     − There are two methods for selecting distribution partners. The content creator can hand-pick syndication partners based on specific criteria, such as the size or quality of their audiences. Alternatively, the content creator can allow publisher sites or users to "opt in" to carrying the content through an automated system. Some of these automated "content marketplace" systems involve careful screening of potential publishers by the content creator to ensure that the material does not end up in an inappropriate environment. + There are two methods for selecting distribution partners. The content creator can hand-pick syndication partners based on specific criteria, such as the size or quality of their audiences. Alternatively, the content creator can allow publisher sites or users to opt into carrying the content through an automated system. Some of these automated "content marketplace" systems involve careful screening of potential publishers by the content creator to ensure that the material does not end up in an inappropriate environment.       Just as syndication is a source of profit for TV producers and radio producers, it also functions to maximize profit for Internet content producers. As the Internet has increased in sizeNetcraft.com [http://news.netcraft.com/archives/web_server_survey.html "Web Server Survey."] it has become increasingly difficult for content producers to aggregate a sufficiently large audience to support the creation of high-quality content. Syndication enables content creators to [[amortize]] the cost of producing content by licensing it across multiple publishers or by maximizing distribution of advertising-supported content. A potential drawback for content creators, however, is that they can lose control over the presentation of their content when they syndicate it to other parties.   Just as syndication is a source of profit for TV producers and radio producers, it also functions to maximize profit for Internet content producers. As the Internet has increased in sizeNetcraft.com [http://news.netcraft.com/archives/web_server_survey.html "Web Server Survey."] it has become increasingly difficult for content producers to aggregate a sufficiently large audience to support the creation of high-quality content. Syndication enables content creators to [[amortize]] the cost of producing content by licensing it across multiple publishers or by maximizing distribution of advertising-supported content. A potential drawback for content creators, however, is that they can lose control over the presentation of their content when they syndicate it to other parties. [...]



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[[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]
 
[[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]
'''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[Website|web s]] are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.
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'''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[Website|websites]] are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.
   
 
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[[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]
'''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[web feed]]s are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.
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'''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[Website|web s]] are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.
   
 
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==Motivation==



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Dating maintenance tags: {{Clarify}} ← Previous revision Revision as of 05:50, 16 December 2016 Line 5: Line 5:   Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement.   Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement.     − Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized{{clarify|what on earth is an optimized link?}} link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority. + Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized{{clarify|what on earth is an optimized link?|date=December 2016}} link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority.       The prevalence of web syndication is also of note to [[Online marketing|online marketers]], since web surfers are becoming increasingly wary of providing personal information for marketing materials (such as signing up for a [[newsletter]]) and expect the ability to subscribe to a feed instead. Although the format could be anything transported over [[HTTP]], such as [[HTML]] or [[JavaScript]], it is more commonly [[XML]]. [[Web feed|Web syndication formats]] include [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] and [[Atom (standard)|Atom]].{{Cite book| publisher = O’Reilly| isbn = 0-596-00881-3| last = Hammersley| first = Ben| title = Developing Feeds with RSS and Atom| location = Sebastopol| date = 2005}}   The prevalence of web syndication is also of note to [[Online marketing|online marketers]], since web surfers are becoming increasingly wary of providing personal information for marketing materials (such as signing up for a [[newsletter]]) and expect the ability to subscribe to a feed instead. Although the format could be anything transported over [[HTTP]], such as [[HTML]] [...]



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‎Motivation ← Previous revision Revision as of 03:49, 16 December 2016 Line 5: Line 5:   Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement.   Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement.     − Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority. + Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized{{clarify|what on earth is an optimized link?}} link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority.       The prevalence of web syndication is also of note to [[Online marketing|online marketers]], since web surfers are becoming increasingly wary of providing personal information for marketing materials (such as signing up for a [[newsletter]]) and expect the ability to subscribe to a feed instead. Although the format could be anything transported over [[HTTP]], such as [[HTML]] or [[JavaScript]], it is more commonly [[XML]]. [[Web feed|Web syndication formats]] include [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] and [[Atom (standard)|Atom]].{{Cite book| publisher = O’Reilly| isbn = 0-596-00881-3| last = Hammersley| first = Ben| title = Developing Feeds with RSS and Atom| location = Sebastopol| date = 2005}}   The prevalence of web syndication is also of note to [[Online marketing|online marketers]], since web surfers are becoming increasingly wary of providing personal information for marketing materials (such as signing up for a [[newsletter]]) and expect the ability to subscribe to a feed instead. Although the format could be anything transported over [[HTTP]], such as [[HTML]] or [[JavaScript]], it is more commonly [[XML]]. [[Web feed|Web[...]



2601:84:4502:BBA0:DD67:61B0:F158:F175: /* Motivation */ improved grammar, making it easier to follow.

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‎Motivation: improved grammar, making it easier to follow. ← Previous revision Revision as of 14:09, 21 November 2016 Line 3: Line 3:       ==Motivation==   ==Motivation== − Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the transmitting site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement. As [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers, content syndication has become a highly effective strategy for link building. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority. + Web syndication involves a website providing content to an arbitrary number of subscribing websites that redistribute it. For the subscribing sites, syndication is an effective way of adding greater depth and immediacy of information to their pages, making them more attractive to users. For the providing site, syndication increases exposure. This generates new traffic for the providing site—making syndication an easy and relatively cheap, or even free, form of advertisement.   +   + Content syndication has become an effective strategy for link building, as [[search engine optimization]] has become an increasingly important topic among website owners and online marketers. Links embedded within the syndicated content are typically optimized around anchor terms that will point an optimized link back to the website that the content author is trying to promote. These links tell the algorithms of the search engines that the website being linked to is an authority for the keyword that is being used as the anchor text. However the recent rollout of [[Google Panda]]'s algorithm may not reflect this authority in its [[Search engine results page|SERP]] rankings based on quality scores generated by the sites linking to the authority.       The prevalence of web syndication is also of note to [[Online marketing|online marketers]], since web surfers are becoming increasingly wary of providing personal information for marketing materials (such as signing up for a [[newsletter]]) and expect the ability to subscribe to a feed instead. Although the format could be anything transported over [[HTTP]], such as [[HTML]] or [[JavaScript]], it is more commonly [[XML]]. [[Web feed|Web syndication formats]] include [[RSS (file format)|RSS]] and [[Atom (standard)|Atom]].{{Cite book| publisher = O’Reilly| isbn = 0-596-00881-3| last = Hammersley| first = Ben| title = Developing Feeds with RSS and Atom| location = Sebastopol| date = 2005}}   The prevalence of web syndication is also of note to [[Online marketing|online marketers]], since web surfers are becoming increasingly wary of providing personal information for marketing materials (such as signing up for a [[newsletter]]) and expect the ability to subscribe to a feed instead. Although the format could be anything tra[...]



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Undid revision 743204521 by 1.39.99.158 (talk) ← Previous revision Revision as of 20:16, 9 October 2016 Line 1: Line 1:   [[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]   [[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]] − '''Web syndication''' is a form [Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[web feed]]s are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse. + '''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[web feed]]s are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.       ==Motivation==   ==Motivation== [...]



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[[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]
 
[[File:Feed-icon.svg|thumb|right|150px|Common web feed icon]]
'''Web syndication''' is a form of [[Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[web feed]]s are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.
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'''Web syndication''' is a form [Broadcast syndication|syndication]] in which content is made available from one [[website]] to other sites. Most commonly, [[web feed]]s are made available to provide either summaries or full renditions of a website's recently added content. The term may also describe other kinds of content [[license|licensing]] for reuse.
   
 
==Motivation==
 
==Motivation==