Social Media Platforms and RSS Feeds

RSS Feeds

What are Feeds?

So what exactly are these mysterious things that we call "feeds" as symbolized by the popular "feed icon" that depicts a orb with two parallel arcs next to each other. Basically, Feeds are a family of web feed formats, that put all frequently updated works, (such as articles) in a standardized, easy-to-read, and generally low latency format. What this means is that you can get a RSS reader, and have all the newest articles from your favorite blogs (such as Skyakes) all in one centralized place, without having to go through 20 pages of flash animations, pictures, and advertisements.

Hot Smackle Doodle! How do I sign up for Skyakes' RSS Feeds?

We use a 3rd party website called "feedsburner" to organize and fancy-tize all of our RSS feeds. All you need to is access your RSS Feeds reader, and enter the link "" into the given boxes. However, if you don't have one yet, you can literally go into the link, and look at one of the many given online feed readers, and sign up for one.

As a bonus, you can even subscribe to SkyAkes' newest articles via. email! Imagine that! Waking up to beautifully-crafted articles, everyday.

Social Media Platforms


Given that we're technically a blog, social media is almost a unsaid must in terms of outward expansion. With that being said, we have our very own page on two of the most popular social media platforms, Facebook and Twitter. But to the everyday, loyal user, what use might they find in our attempts to propagate our blog to the very ends of the earth? Why, I'm glad you asked.

First off, with these social media platforms, virtually anyone can be updated with at-the-moment news in relation to all things SkyAkes. Our facebook page, can alert you of our newest articles, and of our biggest news. Twitter on the other hand, will also provide you with alerts about our newest articles, however, instead of only talking about "big news", we'll throw in some of writers' sleep-deprived muses on random topics and things, AND, throw in some fun facts every now and then.