Top online poker site Pokernews has launched a French Language version, http://fr.pokernews.comWritten by John Caldwell
Pokernews.com, one of leading poker news portals on web, has launched its French Language counterpart, http://fr.pokernews.com The fr.pokernews.com site carries much of same content as main pokernews.com site, but all content is in French.
“France is a country where poker’s popularity is gaining quickly. France has had its own World Poker Tour event for three years, and is a country rich in poker heritage. We are proud to launch fr.pokernews.com, and hope we can bring valuable content to French people in their own language” Comments Pokernews.com Director of Operations, John Caldwell.
The website specifically addresses world of online poker, a booming multi billion dollar industry. Many of news pieces and discussions focus on online game, and a wealth of information is present for those wanting to join hundreds of thousands of online poker players worldwide.
Reachout Throughout – RSSWritten by Syed Ibrahim
RSS has been around for more than a decade but until recently “Rss Technology” started penetrating its roots deep inside soil of so-called E-world.
Using this standard, web publishers provide updates, such as latest news headlines, special announcements, press releases or weblog postings through their RSS content
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a lightweight XML vocabulary for describing metadata about web sites, ideal for news syndication. Originated by userland software in 1997 and used by Netscape to populate Netscape's My Netscape portal with external newsfeeds ("channels") RSS has taken on a life of its own and has become perhaps most popular XML format today. Thousands of web sites today use RSS as a "what's new" mechanism to drive traffic their way. (Including BBC, CNET, CNN, Eweek, Forbes, Motley Fool, Wired, Red Herring, Yahoo, MSN and many more…).
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Many webmasters & web publishers are struggling to find fresh, innovative content while other savvy webmasters have realized ability hidden within RSS and are adopting technology at a maddening pace. By utilizing RSS, webmasters can tap through a variety of distinctive free content sources with very little effort. RSS truly is a webmaster's key to free content.