This site offers optional “instant updates” to notify you within moments each time we post a new article and/or news item. All you need to do is choose whether you want to be notified about new articles, new news items, or both, and then subscribe to the appropriate “RSS feed.”
What is an RSS feed?
RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a method for delivering web content automatically from regularly-changing websites such as ours. Many websites make their content available through RSS.
RSS helps you to stay informed by retrieving the latest content from the sites you are interested in. You save time by not needing to visit each site individually, and without adding to the amount of e-mail you receive.
What software do I need for RSS?
RSS is different from a standard web page, so not every browser displays the information properly. If you're using the Firefox or Opera browsers, RSS feeds appear just fine in a specially-formatted browser window. (Apple's Safari browser used to be the best at this, but the latest version completely eliminates RSS feed formatting.) Google Chrome allows the installation of extensions to read RSS feeds. If your browser doesn't interpret RSS feeds correctly (the RSS content will appear to be an indecipherable mass of text), you can use an on-line subscription service such as Google Reader, Bloglines, or FeedShow. Also, many "start pages" such as NetVibes allow you to subscribe to RSS feeds as part of the customization process. Whichever method you choose, you will be able to subscribe to as many RSS feeds, from as many sites, as you desire.
If you need any or all of our feeds served from a secure server, here are the links to our secure feeds.
What do I do next?
TennisIndustryMag.com offers four different RSS feeds, each of them in two different formats (Atom and RSS 2.0). Atom was one of the first formats, while RSS 2.0 is more "standards compliant." Most RSS readers will handle both formats, but we offer each just in case.
Once you decide which of our feeds you wish to monitor, click on the icon in the table above that corresponds to that feed, in the format you want. Once the feed appears in your browser or RSS reader, all you'll need to do is bookmark it so it will always be there, updating itself in the background, to be ready when you are.