You have heard people raving about Really Simple Syndication, but never gotten into it. Until now. You just spent an hour researching all of the different RSS readers out there and finally decided on one that combines all of the features that you like, it is streamlined and easy to use. You cannot wait to start reading from it. The only problem is that you have no RSS feeds to subscribe to!
Rather than lament the time lost, and throw out your computer in frustration, I have a solution for you that will save you even more time. Sure, you can go around to every site that you think you might want and then try to find their RSS feed link. But who has the patience or attention span for such a thing? Instead, you need to search RSS feed directories. An RSS feed directory will be one central location where you can find a bunch of different RSS links, all separated by topic and provider. An RSS feeds directory has a handful of different benefits to using it.
Sometimes the RSS link to a website is not always visible, and even rather difficult to find on some occasions. The RSS directory will have all of the RSS feed links that you need, right where you need them, making subscription to any and all feeds from that list as easy as one click per link. Another thing that RSS feed directories offers is the ease of browsing. If you have an RSS reader, but you do not quite know what you want to have sent to it, browsing an extensive list will allow you to not only find the links that you want, but also discover links that you would otherwise have had no idea about.
The beauty of the RSS reader is reflected in the RSS feed directories. They are both a centralized hub of information, making your life easier, your search and viewing streamlined, and saving you plenty of time. Now you have the extra time to surf Facebook. Congratulations.