Sent to you by Sean McBride via Google Reader: New: Keyword Alerts Offered Via RSS via The Inquisitr by JR Raphael on 10/31/08 Seems we’re talking about Google a lot this week, but there’s one more piece of news to share: The G-Team has just announced added support for Google Alerts through feeds.
Basically, what it means is that you can get the same service previously available through e-mail alerts within your RSS reader. You can create alerts that will notify you any time a Web page, blog site, news story, or video pops up with a specific set of keywords — and now, you can have that information delivered via RSS. Google’s Jaime Forman-Lau also says some new under-the-hood improvements will also make the alert deliveries quicker than they had previously been. Another change will deliver images within the news alerts, which didn’t used to occur in the e-mail service. (Google Alerts can still, by the way, be delivered via e-mail if you so choose. That’s still the default, if you don’t select RSS within your Google Alerts management page.) Related Posts - No Related Post Things you can do from here: - Subscribe to The Inquisitr using Google Reader - Get started using Google Reader to easily keep up with all your favorite sites