New Aggregator Tool :: PRblogs.org Update

Found a new RSS feed aggregator tool. lilana is an opensource browser aggregator tool. It does not require a database and is easily uploaded and launched in minutes. This tool will be quite useful in a variety of situations.

To view the new tool, please visit these links providing posts from the:

The aggregator comes with (a) Google contextual search suggestions for each post topic, (b) del.icio.us and furl bookmarking tools, (c) dropdown excerpt views, (d) OPML download to put the feeds / links into your own tools – and more.

I have launched it for aggregating all of the posts from the entire PRblogs.org community. You can visit the post outlining the new tool at PRblogs.org :: “Aggregator of All PRBlogs :: New Blogger – Jennifer”.

And, as you see above, we have yet another PRblogs.org user. Jennifer is a senior in PR and Vice President of her university’s PRSSA chapter. She is at a school in another state and I look forward to getting to know Jennifer better along the way. Jenn is quite passionate, as she relates in her blog:

I am a driven person and am very passionate about the work I accomplish and the goals I have set for myself. I hope to make an impact. I know that sounds trite, but I sincerely do.

That’s great. Just the kind of student we’re looking for in the new community. Visit Jennifer’s blog – “That’s News To Me” at PRblogs.org. Special thanks to Jeremy Pepper as I believe he may have suggested she come on over and try out PRblogs.org. Update: Yep, it is the same student Jeremy found and steered to PRblog.org. Thanks Jeremy!

This is exactly the type of person I was hoping to attract to PRblogs.org. If you can think of any other students, educators and professionals that might want to dip their toes into the blogging pool – please point them to PRblogs.org.

UPDATE: And, we now have a Blogdigger aggregation Group for PRblogs.org. It is open to public view. I’ve always liked Blogdigger. A cool tool.

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