The Wall Street Journal is the most popular source for serious business people. In keeping with the popular culture trend for shortening names to acronyms or initials, in hipper circles the stalwart publication has become known as the WSJ. While the WSJ has always been delivered daily to subscribers throughout the United States, the Wall Street Journal Blog has made it possible for WSJ readers to access the most recent financial information and updates via the mobile devices, laptops, and PCs. To make it easier for readers to access Wall Street Journal Blog updates, the WSJ provides its fans with an RSS feed options.
Some of the most popular RSS feeds include Google news RSS, the CNN RSS feed, and the Fox news RSS feed. These popular websites offer RSS feeds to their audiences for a couple of different reasons. First of all, RSS feeds makes it easier for web users to access updates from the websites to which they subscribe. Secondly, by providing RSS feeds, individual websites and blogs increase readership, which, obviously is the goal of all publications. As such, the Wall Street Journal Blog is no different. Since the Wall Street Journal is incredibly popular, the Wall Street Journal Blog is one of the most visited blogs on the internet, simply for the fact that so many professionals and business people rely on it as a primary source for the most important, up to the minute business news. The sections of the Wall Street Journal Blog includes Market Beat, Law Blog, Ideas Market, Real Time Economics, Washington Wire, and more.
For those who do not know how to use RSS feeds, it is actually very simple. First, the web user must find and download an RSS feed reader that is available for free online. Once that is done, the web user simply subscribes to the blogs for that they want to receive instant updates when they are online. If the web user prefers, there are many RSS feed lists available on the internet. An RSS feed list is particularly helpful to those people who want to subscribe to several blogs but cannot keep them all straight. As such, one can subscribe to the Wall Street Journal Blog, as well as other blogs, by accessing them from a given RSS feed list.