Pompano Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 8, 2005 –-
If you’re too busy to sort through of maze of decorating Web sites to find advice about decorating kids rooms, you’re about to breathe a huge sigh of relief.
That’s because http://www.kids-rooms-and-crafts.com, one of the leading Web sites that dole out fresh content on the subject, now offers a free RSS feed. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and its popularity is growing like gangbusters.
Imagine having kids rooms decorating tips and ideas delivered directly to your computer desktop without you lifting a finger or having to deal with irritating spam. Michael Holland, the creator of the kids room site says, "This new technology is going to change the Internet because the RSS feed is uncluttered and whenever we add kids rooms decorating content to our site, subscribers will get the updates instantly. This is a far cry from the old days when a lot of great content got buried because there was no easy way to inform people of its existence without inundating them with email."
So how does RSS work? Well, if you visit http://www.kids-rooms-and-crafts.com and look for the little orange buttons in the upper left hand corner of any web page, you’ll be guided through the process.
But what it comes down to is you first downloading a free RSS reader to your computer. Then you would enter the special link for the Kids-Rooms-and-Crafts.com RSS feed into the reader. That’s all to it! You’ll start to see news headlines flowing from the site immediately. If a headline appeals to you, just click on it to read more.
Now, getting lots of free, money-saving ideas for decorating kids rooms is easier than ever.
Michael Holland is creator of the Web sites http://www.kids-rooms-and-crafts.com and http://www.home-decorating-made-easy.com. His sites offer lots of free tips and ideas for decorating kids rooms and all rooms in your home.