If you have a site that contains content, such as articles or stories, and you frequently update the site, then you may want an RSS feed to help your customers keep up with your updates.
An easy way to distribute your news? Then you need an RSS news feed. To start all you need is content you want broadcast, and one RSS text file.
the syntax for creating an rss file is(for ur info)
RSS defines an XML grammar (a set of HTML-like tags) for sharing news. Each RSS text file contains both static information about your site, plus dynamic information about your new stories, all surrounded by matching start and end tags.
Each story is defined by an <item> tag, which contains a headline TITLE, URL, and DESCRIPTION. Here's an example:
<description>Defined in XML, the Rich Site Summary (RSS) format has
quietly become a dominant format for distributing headlines on the Web.
Our list of links gives you the tools, tips and tutorials you need to get
started using RSS. 0323</description>