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SteppersUSA News Feeds

People like to see pluggers related to the events before they make the decision to go to that event. SteppersUSA.Com makes it easy for you to view the pluggers as they become live on SteppersUSA. By leveraging the technology of the modern browser and it's ability to view content instantly using a feed reader like the ones built into the Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Safari (just click on the orange icon next to the URL in the address bar) There are also the free Newsreaders built by Yahoo, or Google can all help you view pluggers when they are uploaded to the site.

Send us a plugger now webmaster@steppersusa.com

You can also read these feeds on your mobile phone... Including Apple's Iphones!

Our site currently has two news feeds:

Click Here to add the Steppers News Feed to your Reader Click to Subscribe to each of the Feeds

Just click on the icon and your reader software will guide you through adding the news feed or the plugger feed so you can get the news or pluggers as they are published. They will show up in your news reader.

Sample of SteppersUSA News Feed In Google's News Reader

News Feeds work on Cellular Phones also. As well as many Email clients.
Google Reader for mobile lets you access your favorite feeds from you mobile device. If you haven't already, set up your feed subscriptions by going to http://reader.google.com from your computer. Once your subscriptions are set, you can read them from your mobile device at www.google.com/reader/m

What is a feed (RSS)?
Feeds, also known as RSS feeds, XML feeds, syndicated content, or web feeds, contain frequently updated content published by a website. They are usually used for news and blog websites, but are also used for distributing other types of digital content, including pictures, audio files, or video. Internet Explorer can discover and display feeds as you visit websites. You can also subscribe to feeds to automatically check for and download updates that you can view later.

Discover a feed
Internet Explorer looks for feeds, also known as RSS feeds, on every webpage you visit. When it finds available feeds, the Feeds button , located on the Internet Explorer toolbar, will change from gray to orange and it will play a sound.

To view available feeds

On the Internet Explorer toolbar, click the Feeds button .
If multiple feeds are available, you'll see a list of available feeds. Select the feed you want to view.
When you click the feed, you'll see a page displaying a list of items (topics and articles) you can read and subscribe to.

How do I view a feed?

When you visit a webpage, the Feeds button will change color, letting you know that feeds are available. Click the Feeds button, and then click the feed you want to see. To get content automatically, you should subscribe to a feed.

How does a feed differ from a website?

A feed can have the same content as a webpage, but it's often formatted differently. When you subscribe, Internet Explorer automatically checks the website and downloads new content so you can see what is new since you last visited the feed.

Does a feed subscription cost money?

No, it's usually free to subscribe to a feed.

For more information about Syndicating your sites information send an email to webmaster@steppersusa.com




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