Into Botswana luxury safari home page
Intobotswana.com
now available on Web feed
Our RSS (Real Simple Syndication) feed will give you a summary of fresh safari updates from Botswana and new content on the Into Botswana website, so that you can easily keep up with the latest Botswana safari news and travel ideas. Stay current on our Botswana safari updates & obtain travel tips by subscribing to Into Botswana's Safari RSS feed, located at the following URL:
Alternatively, add our RSS feed to your favorite homepage. Choose below:
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(Click on any button above to add our Web feed to your personal Google, MSN, My Yahoo or AOL homepage and simply follow the instructions that lead from there.)
Sample RSS feed content: (Example based on customized My Yahoo homepage)
Sample RSS feed

What exactly is RSS?


RSS stands fora 'Really Simple Syndication'. RSS is a popular and extremely convenient way to pull in news and information from across the Web, allowing websites to deliver content to you easily without signing on an e-mail subscription or disclosing your e-mail address, and avoiding information overload of newsletters and bookmarks. Web sites and blogs use the RSS format to syndicate and distribute frequently updated content via Aggregators like My Yahoo!, Google homepage, or Newsreaders (also known as Feed or RSS Readers) like Pluck, Newsgator and Feedster.

With RSS you obtain timely information on your page whenever YOU need it. Say you find a subject (such as Botswana safaris) or a website (e.g: IntoBotswana.com) interesting, subscribing to their RSS feed will deliver content directly to your My Yahoo! , Google personal homepage or other RSS reader. RSS Feeds consist of brief headlines organized into content categories. Simply click on a feed headline or summary to view a full story in your browser.

How do I subscribe to Into Botswana's RSS feed? If you use Google, Yahoo, AOL or MSN, please click on the relevant button at the top of page to subscribe to our feed. You will be routed to a page requesting you to confirm your intent to subscribe. Click on the acceptance button (for instance: 'Add to My Yahoo' for Yahoo or 'Add to Google' for Google). The RSS should appear in your homepage offering Botswana safari news and exciting trip ideas.

If you use a Newsreader to collect RSS feeds (such as Pluck and FeedDemon) or Firefox, Internet Explorer or Safari browser, right-click the orange RSS button at the top left of the page and copy the URL. Choose "Copy Shortcut" for Internet Explorer, "Copy Link Location" for Netscape and Mozilla. In your news reader, select the option that adds a new feed or channel, then paste in the URL and click "OK."