Nottingham, United Kingdom, August 25, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- In an effort to improve customer experience and communication, Littlefish IT Support has unveiled support for embedded social bookmarking and RSS feed for its corporate website.
RSS feed, collectively known as web feed, allow Littlefish IT Support to distribute news and announcements directly to end customers. Littlefish IT Support news and announcements are distributed through the RSS feed found at http://www.littlefishsupport.com/rss.xml.
RSS feed are commonly read through software known as an RSS reader.
In addition to web feed support, Littlefish IT Support has also embedded the ability to tag and link interesting content on the Littlefish's website through popular social bookmarking sites, such as Digg (http://www.digg.com), Del.icio.us (http://del.icio.us) and Technorati (http://www.technorati.com).
Embedded social bookmarking allows Littlefish IT Support customers to easily discuss and share their favorite Littlefish content.
Web feeds and social bookmarking are increasingly popular methods of keeping up with news and interesting content from all around the web. The feed on their website are yet another way for them to keep their customers informed of new developments at Littlefish IT Support and other related news, said Adam Webb, Littlefish Group CEO.
Updating Littlefish IT Support website with the latest in information sharing and distribution technologies was a natural step for Littlefish in a busy year of service improvements including new website and new offices across the UK.
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