FeedSyndicate, a leading provider of real time and on demand content for mobile and web applications, today announced a major update to its “Content as a Service” pricing structure for web and mobile applications.
“We responded directly to customer feedback in reworking the pricing structure for our groundbreaking Content-as-a-Service accounts,” said Jeff Brown of FeedSyndicate. “We now offer mobile and web application developers an extremely affordable, easy to use and fast method to source and use content without the costs and headaches of creating expensive data storage.”
The updated Content as a Service accounts feature greatly increased query volume quotas, per query data costs that is a fraction of a penny.
Current content offerings from FeedSyndicate include: a complete news service , global weather, financial data, and a complete suite of infotainment content including Factoids, Trivia, Horoscopes and more.
“Developers and companies using our services gain the benefits of being able to easily and affordably build amazing and content rich mobile and web applications,” said Brown. “Our customers get better content and improve and their service offerings.”
FeedSyndicate is a leading provider of real-time news, business and financial information, weather, horoscopes and other content for web, wireless, print, broadcast, digital signage and interactive applications.
FeedSyndicate content accounts are extremely affordable.. Visit http://www.FeedSyndicate.com for more information.
We are pleased to announce the expansion of our global content network this week with the opening of our second content node this year in Europe, with a location in Frankfurt, Germany.
The additional FeedSyndicate content node allows FeedSyndicate to add substantially speed its on-demand inventory of news and content for the enterprise.
FeedSyndicate has been a pioneer in providing affordable and easy to use Content-as-a-Service for the enterprise from as low as $150/mo.
FeedSyndicate the leader in on demand Content-as-a-Service, today announced it will open a new content data node Miami to support its growing number of new global customers and existing customer base, with a South America Optimized Network Segment! The new Miami data node is one of eight content data nodes available to FeedSyndicate customers around the world.
“The addition of the Miami data node is a critical step in realizing the full potential of our proprietary content as a service offerings.” said Jeff Brown, CEO at FeedSyndicate. “This expansion addresses the changing needs of our global customers who require the fastest and most reliable content for their websites and applications.”
FeedSyndicate is the leader in on demand content as a service.. FeedSyndicate solves the our clients content puzzle and allows companies to source and use that content in one seamless, interactive environment and create breakthrough applications to empower their customers and users.
We are very pleased to announced that FeedSyndicate has opened a seventh content data node in Singapore.
Our Singapore node is securely connected by a high speed private network to all of our other data centers around the world.
“This new data and content node underlines our continued success and demand for quality, reliable and affordable content services,” Jeff Brown, FeedSyndicate’s founder said in a statement.
“Our Content-as-a-Service offersings make access and using real-time on-demand content achievable for any level of user. Our customers can build and scale websites and applications and have the content and data they need, connected to a truly global platform.”
Why we made this change: We want to make FeedSyndicate the best performing content platform available. We made this change to improve the speed, resiliency and reliability of our network?
Here’s what you can expect:
- Our new content delivery cloud roll out
- even more reliable and faster geographically redundant routing
- A single global content delivery platform that takes the widest range of content options and then integrates and automates everything.
What it means for you: Better content, improved network speeds and the most reliable content platform.
What you need to do: Almost all clients who have been using FeedSyndicate content for the past five years will need to update the URLS they are using. As we’ve done in the past, our content team will make every effort to automatically redirect the old feed requests, but please understand that these do not always work. Failure to update your feed URLS could mean your system does not get the latest content you need.
If you are using www.feedsyndicate.com, news.ly, contentfast or any other domain as part of the URL that your system is using to request content from our systems then you MUST replace these with content.feedsyndicate.com
Examples of INCORRECTLY formatted feed URLS
Examples of CORRECTLY formatted feed URLS
Services that are impacted: This change must be made to all content services, including but not limited to full text news, weather, markets, indices and infotaiment content