is an RSS feed?
RSS feeds are a way of getting information from the internet to come
to you, instead of you having to go out and search for it.
They're basically strings of news snippets distributed online, which you
can subscribe to in order to keep informed about things you want to know
How do I subscribe to an RSS feed?
You can subscribe to RSS feeds with lots of different programs. Most
modern internet browsers (such as the latest versions of Internet
Explorer and FireFox) provide a means of subscribing to RSS feeds, as do
many email programs, such as Outlook. You can also get dedicated
You can subscribe to RSS feeds using
these programs by either clicking on RSS links or entering RSS addresses
into them. RSS links are usually signified by the orange symbol on the
right, so watch out for it on this and other websites, and in compatible
Once you've subscribed with a compatible
program it will check the feed at regular intervals, and notify you when
there are new items.
What RSS feeds does MusicSocket offer?
We offer two types of RSS feeds: our InstantAlert RSS feed
and individual RSS feeds for each of our databases.
InstantAlert RSS feed
This feed provides an alternative to our InstantAlert email
system, providing information on new and updated listings across all our
databases, without having to rely on emails (which can often be blocked
by spam filters). You can subscribe to receive notifications of all new
and updated listings using the address below:
You can also subscribe to RSS feeds for individual databases,
offering greater detail and more options for customisation:
If you're a paying subscriber you can subscribe to a custom RSS feed
matching your InstantAlert preferences by going to https://www.musicsocket.com/subscriber/instantalerts/
and clicking the RSS link.
you can subscribe to custom RSS feeds for any of our databases by
entering your search criteria into the relevant database and then
clicking the RSS link provided at the top of the results.