What is RSS?
RSS is an abbreviation of Really Simple Syndication that is a family of XML file formats for Web syndication used by mainly news websites and weblogs. myJaco.com RSS feeds use RSS 2.0 format that was released by Harvard Law School in 2003 and is supported by most of RSS Readers.
How to use myJaco.com RSS Feeds?
Subscribe myJaco.com RSS feed(s) through a program known as a feed reader or aggregator that can check RSS-enabled webpages for you and display any updated coupons/sales that it finds. When we say "subscribe", it usually means enter the RSS feed URL in the reader/aggregator and subscribe it. There are variety of readers/aggregators you can choose for free.
Click on a icon below that is associated with the feed you are interested in, you will be brought to a feed subscription page that is powered by feedburner, where you have many web-based readers to choose from. Each reader has its own subscription steps. Select a reader by clicking on the reader icon. Simply follow the instruction provided by the reader to subscribe.
A typical interface for a feed reader will display your feeds and the number of new (unread) entries within each of those feeds.
A list of readers/aggregators from Answers.com.
RSS Feeds Currently Available on myJaco.com