Blogs, Rss Feeds, Your Auto Insurance And You-sopor aeternus

Insurance When most people think about learning more about their auto insurance, social media tools usually aren’t the first thing that .e to mind. Most of them turn first to periodicals like Businessweek or turn their attention to industry publications. What they’re missing out on, however, is the perfect opportunity to approach the auto insurance as exactly what they are-drivers. Consumers. People who deserve to have access to resources written in English rather than legal-ese. And the best way to do that is by taking advantage of the multitude of social media options out there. If you aren’t familiar with social media, this article deals primarily with blogs, RSS feeds and news aggregators. A blog (weblog) is an informal "website" that reads like a journal and can deal with just about everything. In the interest of increasing their readership most blogs decide to focus on a particular niche-for example, auto insurance! There are two types of auto insurance blogs you’re going to want to look out for as a driver. The first is blogs written by consumers like you. These often don’t center around auto insurance itself; rather, it will tackle all aspects of saving money, or caring for your car, or-well, you get the idea! This type of blog allows you to get inside the head of drivers just like you and find out what real people think of their insurance. **This is a great place to go if you’re looking for answers to problems you’ve never even heard of before. Chances are, someone somewhere has been right where you are and taken the time to write a blog about it!** The second type of blog you’re going to want to look for is a corporate blog. Yes, auto insurance .panies maintain their own blogs, manned by insurance professionals capable not only of answering your questions but also of generating high quality blog posts that share vital information with you in a fun, informal environment. There are literally thousands, if not millions, of blogs currently in existence out on the web. You don’t have time to search all of them, and even if you did you wouldn’t have time to do it every day. That’s why it pays to subscribe to their RSS feeds. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndicator, and what it does is track the content being put out by these blogs. When new content is generated the RSS feed will send a notification to the news aggregator. The news aggregators gathers together all of the RSS feeds from all of your blogs and puts them in a central location so you know who’s been posting, who hasn’t and what they’re writing about. It makes managing your information much, much simpler. You don’t have to spend hours sifting through website after website hoping to find a single piece of obscure information. Just hop on your news aggregator. It’s fast, simple and easy, just the way the Inter. should be. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: