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Our emails are the best way to keep up to date with the latest financial news and views.
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What on earth is a Twitter?
Twitter is one of those things that makes a lot more sense when you try it out for yourself.
Essentially, it allows people to 'tweet' short messages, which are picked up by their 'followers'. (Yes, I'm afraid it's got its own jargon.)
On the left, for example, is the @CitywireMoney Twitter feed.
Really Simple Syndication or RSS is a way to make the web come to you, rather than the other way around. You subscribe using an RSS Reader such as Google Reader, our favourite.
Whenever you see the icon it means you can subscribe.
Below is an exhaustive list of our RSS feeds. The most popular ones are at the top.
- Latest Headlines - all our news, comment, guides and videos
- Comment - the world as seen from Citywire Towers
- Videos - like TV, but on the web
Filtered by topic
- Investments (visit the Investments section)
- Retirement (visit the Retirement section)
- Home & Mortgage (visit the Home & Mortgage section)
- Savings & Insurance (visit the Savings & Insurance section)
- Tax (visit the Tax section)
- Fund of the Week - our experts help you pick the best investment funds
- Profile updates - how the top fund managers are performing
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How do I use RSS?
What is it?
For a long time, the only way to see what was new at websites you frequent was to, well, frequent them.
This is a bit like going across town to the newsagents to see if the latest issue of Total Fishing is on the shelves, rather than subscribing and having it land on your doormat before everyone else gets to read it.
RSS changes all that. Instead of visiting Citywire to see what's new, you can subscribe to us using an RSS reader.
We prefer the latter, as they work on any computer and you don't need to install anything (which may not be possible at work). And many have versions designed for smartphones - great for commuting.
Adding Citywire feeds
Let's say you've signed up for Google Reader. To add a subscription, click on the feed you want, e.g. Latest Headlines. What happens next will depend on your browser.
If you're using Firefox you may see a screen like this:
Click 'Subscribe Now' and follow the instructions to add it to Google Reader.
With some browsers you may get a screen full of garbage instead. If this happens, you need to copy the feed's address from your browser's address bar:
Highlight the text and copy it by pressing Ctrl+C. Then, in Google Reader, click 'Add a subscription' and paste in the address by pressing Ctrl+V:
For more information visit Google Reader help.