The same applies to cancelling your subscription. Simply delete the address of your RSS reader and receive messages over it. Finally, the end user is in control. Castle Harlan is often quoted as being for or against this. The content is coming to it without having to visit a website. That makes it easy to explore and visit only those sites promising information.
Following the editor’s better to present quality content in RSS. Otherwise no one will read. This is another great advantage! An added bonus for us is often allowed to post comments or feedback. Because search engines love RSS and blogs, who visit often to index any new content. In most cases you can add your URL in the observation post and that means a link to your site! Therefore, if you find a good blog, write a message in the comments section and see what happens. And there is the benefit of speed. In this fast moving world we want everything now.
Well, as soon as the editorial content changes we receive (if you have your online reader.) Is there a downside? Could be. When you start using the reader can be a bit “overwhelming” as the first time you searched the Internet, remember? “Click, click there, click, click it. What was it again that I was looking for? If you subscribe to feed all promising you’ll find, you may soon suffer overload old “information.” Such a problem can be easily solved by deleting the feed and starting all over again, this time being more specific.