What is an "RSS Feed"?
RSS stands for "Rich Site Summary" or "Really Simple Syndication,"
depending on the version. An RSS feed is simply a summary of recently
posted content, formatted in such a way that it can be read by programs
that automatically collect and display postings from blogs, news sites,
and other content providers. For a basic introduction to RSS syndication, visit
Publishers Marketplace offers RSS feeds for various pages:
our bloggers' member pages,
the Publishers Lunch Job Board
the Rights board
(members only), and
Depending on which program ("aggregator") you use to subscribe
to ("syndicate") RSS feeds, there are various different ways
to add a Marketplace feed. If you use a stand-alone program such
consult that program's help page for instructions. There are also
several good, free, Web-based aggregators (such as
and we provide links below to let you add feeds with a
click. (Please note that you must already be subscribed to a service
before you can add a feed to it.)
Most recent browsers will also detect when
you're visiting a Marketplace page that offers a feed and will allow
you to add the feed to your bookmarks.
Click on an icon to add the associated feed to the aggregator (feed
reader) of your choice; note that you must
already have an account
with the aggregator before adding the feed.
for more information on the aggregators
included on this page.