Karen's picture
You may have noticed a recent change to TradePub.com and to your partner pages – we’ve revamped our RSS feeds. Previously our TradePub RSS feeds were linked to a blog written for TradePub.com visitors. Now, our feeds have been updated and formatted with you and your audiences in mind. By utilizing our RSS feeds you can stay better informed of new offer releases and, in turn, keep your users up-to-date which will ultimately drive your earnings even higher. Here’s the scoop: 1. Check out our RSS feeds here. * Don’t forget to swap out the "www" with your tradepub domain in order to get your branded version of the RSS feeds. 2. With this upgrade our feeds are now all-encompassing. Now every offer that is released into our network will get pushed via the feeds. 3. Re-released offers are included as well. Any time an offer gets re-introduced into the network, it will be pushed out via the feeds the same day. 4. Partner specific feeds now available – in addition to using the feeds as a tool to stay on top of recently released offers, you can also make these feeds available to your audience. Every conversion that is driven from the feeds will be credited to your account. Let us know what you think and how you implement our RSS feeds.
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weblord's picture

oh oh, more work to do now, will update all rss feeds on my site.

from the looks of it the old one
http://rss.tradepub.com/?br=nabaza
is still functional, pls. oh pls, don't remove that rss, it powers my blogs and as well the e-books i've already given away.

www.Nabaza.com www.Nabaza.net www.Nabaza.org www.Nabaza.name www.Nabaza.info

Karen's picture

I apologize if this causes you extra work but the benefits of this new feed far outweigh the work you'll have to do. The feed you posted has already ceased updating.

All you need to do is swap out that feed URL to the new one: http://cts.tradepub.com/cts4/?ptnr=nabaza&tm=rss_ALL

weblord's picture

it's good that Im using feedburner on my 200+ blogspot blogs whew that saved me a lot of work, worked like a charm

http://feeds2.feedburner.com/allfree-magazines

www.Nabaza.com www.Nabaza.net www.Nabaza.org www.Nabaza.name www.Nabaza.info

Volition's picture

Optando por una Infraestructura de TI Confiable y Poderosa a un Precio Accesible
http://volition.tradepub.com/free/w_orac56//

Karen's picture

Volition - I'm not sure I understand your question. If you are looking for a Spanish-specific RSS feed we do not have one available at this time. You may be able to use a third-party RSS aggregator (like Yahoo Pipes) to build an RSS feed that would pull the offers your are looking for. It wouldn't be fool proof but it might help. I will follow up via email with you about this.

Volition's picture

While I am 50% Spanish, I do not speak it and nor do the people I was sending the RSS to. How do we keep that from happening?

I was not running ALL.

Perhaps put the Spanish in their own feed and not by industry?

Karen's picture

Volition,
Thank you for clarifying. Currently our RSS feeds display every offer that fits within a specific industry as it gets released. At this time, we do not have a separate RSS for Spanish offers but it is something we will consider in the future.

If you want to be sure that no Spanish offers are displayed to your audience via the RSS feeds you can use the pipe method I described above and instead of filtered with specific Spanish terms, you would choose to filter out certain Spanish terms.

Unfortunately at this time there is no perfect solution. As always, thank you for your input and we will consider your suggestion.

Volition's picture

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Tcm9669's picture

instead of
http://cts.tradepub.com/cts4/?ptnr=thecomputermaster&tm=rss_ALL
can i replace the ALL with something else to target a certain sector? Like Technology, etc...?

Karen's picture

You can replace the ALL and send your users to an RSS feed specific to an industry.

Go here and see that below the "ALL" feed there are category specific feeds. Select the one (or multiple) that meet your sector and use those to be more specific.

Hope this helps!

freightforum's picture

Hi Karen,

Can you please tell me how I can create tradepub RSS feeds for these specific topics?

Thanks
Anthony

Karen's picture

Hi Anthony. You can get the RSS feeds for the specific industries by visiting the RSS section of your partner page. From your partner page, click Get RSS Updates in the bottom left corner. That will take you to a page where you can grab category-specific feeds:

freightforum's picture

I appreciate that.