All Press Releases for March 30, 2005

Press Release Website Offers Free Business News Content To Website Owners

Offering More Than Just XML Feeds Makes Adding Headlines To Your Website Simple!

    / New York, NY - March 30, 2005 - In today’s day and age, dynamic content is still king for many media websites. If you do not have updated meaningful news, your web site will become outdated in no time.

So how does one gain access to news for their web site? “There are a couple of ways in which an individual has the ability to post news to their site” says Iwasaki, public relations advisor with 24-7 Press Release. Iwasaki continues, “The most common method of pulling news to your site would be through RSS feeds. Another not so common method, but a method that is much easier for those who do not understand how to pull RSS feeds is through JavaScript”.

Iwasaki’s web site, 24-7 Press Release found at offers web site owners an easy “cut and paste” solution for those who wish to use their business headlines on their web site. “All the user needs to do is highlight some JavaScript code and paste it onto their front page and their done” comments Iwasaki. The script automatically pulls up to date feeds from the main web site. Web site owners are able to change the look and feel of the feeds.

The web site offers approximately 190 topic feeds, that are mainly business related type feeds. Feeds are available in easy to use cut and paste JavaScript or XML and are updated once a day. Feeds also include “Today’s News” and “Top 30 News”. Iwasaki says, “This is the perfect solution for any website owner looking to offer more on their web site”.

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