RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is XML-based Web-content syndication format to deliver constantly updated listing feeds to potential tenants, agents and home owners. Our RSS feeds deliver property descriptions, and links back to recent local ads. It's an easy way for you to be alerted when listings that interests you appears on Indiacitypages.com!
Subscribe to Latest PRs, Blogs & Listings RSS Feed. For example, http://indiacitypages.com/freepr/feed is RSS for latest Press Releases or http://indiacitypages.com/rss.xml for latest news or visit a category or topic of interest from home page or anything else you want and subscribe!
Technical Guide: Feed Reader, Subscribing & Publishing
On the web: If you do not want to have to install a program use My Yahoo!, Google Personalized Homepage, My MSN, or My AOL to read feeds right within the home page of browser. Other providers of web-based feed readers include Rojo. Bloglines, Attensa Online, or NewsGator Online. All of the web-based services are free.
On your PC: Do you want a feed reading program that runs on your own computer? If using the Firefox browser, it has support for feeds built-in, and Microsoft Windows users have support for feeds in Internet Explorer 7. Apple Macintosh users can also use the built-in support for feeds in the Safari web browser. You can also add our rental search engine to your web browser!
On your Mobile Gadgets or Tablets: Subscribe to RSS feeds on your mobile browsers like Opera, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Nokia Browsers, Blackberry, etc. We also publishing applications for iPhone, Andriod, other smart phones and gadgets.
If you need separate program to read feeds, you can use FeedDemon or NewsGator for Microsoft Outlook or Attensa for Outlook. If you're on a Macintosh running OS X, the most popular feed reader is NetNewsWire, which can also connect to the web-based services.
Subscribing to Feeds: Now that tools are ready, you'll want to find some feeds worth reading, say http://indiacitypages.com/freepr/feed. The tools listed above provide some built-in feeds to get you started. Then, as you visit other sites on the web, you can keep your eyes open for links that say XML or RSS or Syndication, or for that orange button, and add the feeds you find interesting.