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Creating ones own RSS, bandwidth?

Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by DaveSS, Oct 8, 2008.

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  1. DaveSS

    DaveSS Thread Starter

    Jun 18, 2002
    Hi Folks,

    Just coming back to some of my earlier RSS findings. Just had a new issue pop up which makes me want to have a look at doing it one's self.

    I use a third party to monitor my home page, and provide a feed every time I give an update on the home page.

    If I produce my own xml feed, any idea what sort of bandwidth consumption a text feed uses? I know this has a lot to do with visits and subscriptions. But it's not a mega site. Lets take 20 text feeds and weekly updates as an example?

    Just trying to reevaluate things here

    Thanks for any advice

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