Avjobs News Feeds:
What they are and how to use them.
What are feeds? I see "RSS", "XML", and "Atom" out there, but I don't know how I might use these links when I find them.
Feeds are a way for websites to distribute their content well beyond just visitors using browsers. Feeds permit subscription to regular updates, delivered automatically via a web
system, news reader, or in some cases good old email. Feeds also make it possible for site content to be packaged into "widgets," "gadgets," mobile devices, and other bite-sized technologies that make it possible to display blogs, podcasts, and major news/jobs/announcements/whatever headlines just about anywhere.
that there is no charge for subscribing to Avjobs
RSS feeds. (RSS, by the way stands, for Really
News feeds are available for the main sections of Avjobs.com:
Aviation job information available by state (RSS)
Aviation job information available by state (Feedburner)
Other news feeds available from Avjobs.com
- Live Job Feed
(Last 50 jobs posted)
- Twitter Feed (RSS)
- Aviation Career News
| Aviation Jobs Blog
| Facebook Wall
What are News Feeds?
RSS news feeds send you a message (generally the headline)
whenever new content is added to a web page or topic you
How to use news feeds
- Select a news reader, which is a software
program that checks RSS feeds from the websites you
Many different news readers are available; some are
accessed using a browser or an email program, and some
are downloadable applications.
- Choose the content you want by going to the
summary page of each section of Avjobs.com, and clicking
on the orange button in the top right-hand corner.
You can now subscribe to that section's news feed in
several ways, including by dragging the URL (or web
address) of the feed into your news reader, or by cutting
and pasting the same URL into a new feed in your news
- Watch as the news comes to you
Some browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox,
Opera and Safari, automatically check for feeds for
you when you visit a website, and display an icon when
they find one. This can make subscribing to feeds much
easier. For more details on these, please check their
Other programs send you a message each time an item is
added to a web page to which you subscribed.
In both cases, the news comes to you immediately it is
updated on the page, without the need to visit individual
Not clear enough? Need more explanations?
We have another quick and easy solution.
Avjobs also offers a free aviation employment toolbar with
all our RSS feeds built right in. The toolbar is free
and no registration is required.
Download it and give it a try.