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Do you smell smoke?
Promote RSS feed subscriptions with Feedburner

Put that in your pipe
Generate free, custom web content for your site with Yahoo! Pipes

Game on
Plug your brand into a hot game franchise

Close the loop
Connect marketing to sales

What’s a degree between friends
Use LinkedIn testimonials to attract new customers

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  Generating interesting and relevant web site content could be a full time job, no matter what business you’re in. Did you know that you can automate a big portion of it?

Yahoo! Pipes lets you create a mashup, bringing together your favorite web services (RSS feeds, custom search results). The Barrel of aapl “pipe” combines multiple news sources (RSS feeds from all major Apple related sites and blogs), eliminates duplicates and serves up the result as a custom feed. It’s relatively simple to put an RSS feed (no matter where they’re from) on your own site. While it’s easy to kill time following the iPhone, this approach would be a great way for you to pull together all of the relevant and new information about your brand or category and serve it to your site visitors.

If you’re struggling to find good content, configuring Yahoo! Pipes is easier than you think. It’s free, easy to use, and generates unique content for your site.

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