RSS FEEDS
Syndication

Hospitality Net RSS Feeds

Hospitality Net currently offers the following content in RSS format:

Industry News

Appointments

What is RSS?

RSS is the abbreviation for Really Simple Syndication. Files created in RSS format are usually called (RSS) feeds. On Hospitality Net these feeds are used to convert news articles and staff movements into a standard format. At its simplest, a feed is like a webpage that is readable by computers instead of humans since it does not contain any design or graphic details.

What can I do with RSS?

RSS makes it possible for you to subscribe to content published on Hospitality Net. You will get all our most recent stories automatically delivered to you. When you subscribe to an RSS feed, you make sure you get the most up-to-date information.

How can I use RSS?

You need an RSS reader before you can subscribe to an RSS feed. The reader, also called a news reader, is a program or tool that checks your subscriptions for the newest items. There are mainly two types of RSS readers: Browser-based readers (such as Feedly, Digg Reader, Feeder, NewsBlur and Inoreader) that can be used to access your subscriptions from any computer with an Internet connection. And stand-alone raders which you need to install on your computer. Some email client like Outlook and Thunderbird allow you to subscribe and read RSS feeds as well.