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How Will My Headline Newsfeed Look on My Website?
Here are some screen-shots taken from Web sites that include our free headline NewsFeeds.

We made the screen shots a little small, so you can see how the free NewsFeed fits in perfectly, no matter what layout already exists on the Web pages it is being inserted into.

The red arrows show where the NewsFeed is on each screen shot.


In this eye-catching example, the NewsFeed is placed in a column near the center of the page to provide immediate fresh content.

In this smart layout, the NewsFeed is placed in a wider area in the main portion of the page, creating a well-balanced feature.

In this innovative example, the NewsFeed is placed in the right-side column to provide continuous interest.

In this layout, the NewsFeed is also placed in the right-side column to provide a self-updating feature throughout the site.

In this clean layout, the NewsFeed is placed in the main portion of the page to allow visitors to focus on the dynamic NewsFeed content.

Here, the NewsFeed is placed in the right-side column, but could be used in a left-side formation, just the same.

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Which Best Suits Your Site?
RSS / XML
Free RSS / XML News Feed

XML / RSS Format.
(Recommended for XML Parsing)


Basic Free Feed

Quick and easy to install.
(Recommended for new Webmasters)


Enhanced Free Feed

Just a copy-and-paste.
(Recommended for new or intermediate Webmasters)


Advanced Free Feeds

Highly configurable.
(Recommended for intermediate or advanced Webmasters)

All feeds are optimized for performance -- even on highly active sites.
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