One Thousand Percent Circulation Boost for DaytradeTeam Financial Content Syndication Attributed to Launch of RSS/XML Feed

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Free content feed through RSS/XML is getting huge response from financial sites and individual investors.

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But we are simply shocked at the exponential increases in circulation since we moved the articles from a typical email list to an XML format last month.

DaytradeTeam reports that its "Trading Tips" article feeds have increased in circulation by over 1,000% since being produced in RSS/XML formats that enable effortless syndication for website owners.

"We've always had an extremely loyal readership of our free trading tips and terms," said Andy Swan, CEO and co-founder of DaytradeTeam. "But we are simply shocked at the exponential increases in circulation since we moved the articles from a typical email list to an XML format last month."

Mr. Swan declined to give specific circulation numbers, but noted that the increase in readership since moving to RSS/XML was well over 1,000% since August 10, 2005 and that syndication of DaytradeTeam content on third-party websites was also rising quickly.

"To accommodate our content publishers, new articles are generally 250-1000 words and published every business day in each of three categories: Day Trading, Options Trading, and Swing Trading," said Swan. "This format has been extremely well received by active investors and the websites that they visit because of the high-concentration of quality content. People love the concept of learning a little bit more every day."

Publishers and Webmasters utilize DaytradeTeam Article Syndication Feeds at simple website URLs that allow their website software to "grab" the content automatically:

Day Trading Tips ATOM/RSS/XML Feed

Options Trading Tips ATOM/RSS/XML Feed

Swing Trading Tips ATOM/RSS/XML Feed

"Of course," Swan continued, "no one wants to syndicate you if the content doesn't have value to the end reader. People don't want to read an ad, they want to learn. We have found that readers of our trading tips trust us and eventually become very loyal customers because their initial experience proved to them that we actually want them to be better investors--not just sell them something quickly."

Individuals and Active Traders are able set up a free subscription to the educational articles through FeedBurner, a company specializing in RSS and XML Feed solutions:

Day Trading Tips--Syndicate and/or Subscribe

Options Trading Tips--Syndicate and/or Subscribe

Swing Trading Tips--Syndicate and/or Subscribe

About DaytradeTeam:

DaytradeTeam has been providing stock and options trading alerts and education to active investors since 2000 and can be found at


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