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    Setting up RSS feed


    My ad agency wants to charge me $1,000 to set up and install
    a RSS feed on our website. It will be used in the press release section.
    Is this too much? If so is there an easier less expensive way I can do
    it myself?
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    Originally Posted by Naughton
    My ad agency wants to charge me $1,000 to set up and install a RSS feed on our website. It will be used in the press release section. Is this too much? If so is there an easier less expensive way I can do it myself?
    Well companies charge what they can get away with. Typically an RSS Feed is part of a blog. Do you have a blog? Are they integrating one into your design.

    Any fees should go to your web design company and/or SEO not to your ad agency (based on my experience).

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    • ClickyB agrees : Good Advice... and happy birthday to you too :D
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    My ad agency are also
    my web designers.

    Originally Posted by europa
    Well companies charge what they can get away with. Typically an RSS Feed is part of a blog. Do you have a blog? Are they integrating one into your design.

    Any fees should go to your web design company and/or SEO not to your ad agency (based on my experience).

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    • europa : You didn't answer my questions. Can't help if you don't answer.
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    FaceBook Fan Page Feed


    My FaceBook Fan Page is www.facebook.com/fusiontechmarketing
    My FaceBook personal page is www.facebook.com/so****usa

    I am creating a new website for my business FusionTechMarketing.

    When I add the FaceBook Feed page to my new website, my FB wall feed is blank. It only shows up if the browser is already log into FaceBook.

    I've seen other FaceBook Fan Pages websites where where you can view
    them without logging into FaceBook. However you must login to view my www.facebook.com/fusiontechmarketing info.

    Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong.
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    I think google has a guide in their user section or FAQ

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