- Article Marketing
- Awards Programs and Monitoring
- Blog Creation Tools
- Blog Monitoring Tools (RSS-based Search Engines)
- Content marketing
- Editorial Calendars & Journalist Networks
- Electronic Media Kits;Online press rooms
- Link Building & Influencer Marketing
- Market Research
- Media Contact Databases
- Media Monitoring & Measurement
- Media Suites
- Newswires & Press Release Distribution Services
- Podcast Monitoring, Search & Directories
- Podcast Recording Tools
- RSS Feed Creators/Content Syndication
- RSS Feed readers
- Social Media Monitoring & Analytics
- Social Media Platforms
- Social Media Scheduling Tools
- Speaking Opportunities/Thought Leadership
- Tools to Shorten URLS
- Video/TV Search Engines And Monitoring Tools
- Videocasting Tools
NOTE: We are committed to keeping information on this site as current as possible, but pricing changes and new services do occur. For the most current pricing and services offerings contact the specific vendor for more info and validation.
RSS Feed readers
Bloglovin is what some call the Pinterest of RSS reader apps because it's great for discovering popular lifestyle content. While it lets you follow your favorite blogs and publications like every other app on this list, it's designed much more like a social media site than some of the other feat...
At the top of your dashboard, you'll find a list of categories for popular lifestyle topics like "Family," "Fashion," and "DIY/Crafts." Click any of the topics, and you'll see popular content on that ...
Feeder is Web app reported to be the best for viewing your RSS feeds on any device. Like all traditional RSS reader apps, it lets you subscribe to sites and view their posts in reverse chronological order. What makes Feeder stand out, though, is its browser and mobile apps that let you access the ...
Using Feeder's browser extensions for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, or Yandex is perhaps the simplest way to read RSS feeds—one that's especially popular with those who want to quickly read the headlines...
One of the most popular RSS reader apps used by people who want to follow sites. Its clean and simple interface is a great solution for both casual readers who just want to see all of their websites in one place and power users who want to take advantage of every feature RSS apps have to offer. ...
Feedly is also quite scalable, giving you the tools you need to do more than just curate and aggregate content. The Pro plan allows you to search your feeds, get Google Keyword Alerts alongside your s...
Inoreader is one of the most feature-packed free RSS readers available. Without paying a cent, you can follow an unlimited number of feeds, and you can even search within your subscriptions without paying for a premium plan (although they offer these too.) While most RSS apps only cache content...
If you upgrade to one of Inoreader's premium plans, you get even more features. Add feeds for Twitter and Google+ profiles just by typing in the username of the person you want to follow, write advanc...
Like many of the other RSS Readers, NewsBlur has premium options, but with a free NewsBlur account, you can subscribe to up to 64 different feeds, read full-text content of those sites in its web reader, and save stories to read or access in the future. Just keep scrolling: Articles display one afte...
One of the most interesting features in NewsBlur is its sophisticated filtering, which can automatically highlight or hide stories based on certain criteria. If you spend some time training your filte...
If you and your friends all enjoy reading the same types of content, The Old Reader makes it easy to share your recommendations with each other. Just connect your Facebook or Google account, follow friends who also have accounts, and The Old Reader will show you content recommended by your friends....
Beyond its social aspects, The Old Reader's free plan does everything you need an RSS app to do. View full-text articles when available, read all posts in reverse chronological order, and subscribe to...