Using RSS turns out to be a more convenient way of tracking new content rather than using social media.
Especially if you’re using a feed reader it is easier for you to be sure that you are not missing anything.
However, when I run my feed through feedvalidator.org, most of the time Feed Validator will show an older version of my feed.
I'll change some tags or properties, but still Feed Validator shows an old version, and points out problems in my RSS that aren't there anymore. When I run my program and add new , my IFTTT recipe won't trigger, Feed Burner only shows old news and doesn't add the new items (after pinging & resyncing), and Google Reader and Outlook don't show any new entries either.
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