Compiling Your RSS Feeds for Optimal News Consumption

Are you a voracious reader who has to have the latest news articles instantaneously at his or her fingertips? Do you hate wasting time searching various publications online for the specific topics and articles that are of interest to you? If you answered Yes to these questions, than using an RSS feeds list to easily access all the articles you need in one convenient spot is the best possible solution.

As for the popular Google Reader bloggers have written extensively about its demise in addition to suggesting other RSS readers that could work as effective replacements. Among them are Feedly, Feedspot, Digg Reader, and Flipboard.

No matter which reader you choose, it is important to remember that in order for it to be effective it has to be able to import the most up to date articles to your RSS feed list from sources like the Google News RSS, via its web application, to one central web page. For example, if you are in search of a well rounded approach to the national political news of the day, you may want to consider subscribing to both the Fox News live feed for a more conservative perspective and the CNN RSS feed for more moderate articles.

If you have questions about RSS feeds in general, comments about the Google News RSS feed, or suggestions about which RSS reader is best, join the forum below.