RSS Feeds Added to Payday Loan Company Website
As the need for cash loans increases around the country, one payday loan company after another is adding new technologies to its services.
The most recent to enter this new age? My Payday Loan. The service continues to develop and offer additional benefits to its quick payday loan customers, such as the recent addition of an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) news feed to the site that enables users to keep up to date with the latest developments of the business.
Really Simple Syndication allows online users to subscribe to their choice of content sources from across the web. This is most frequently done through personalised home pages, but is becoming more common across the net as people source content relevant to them.
In this instance, the weekly bad credit payday loan news service provides its customers and frequent web visitors with topical stories on UK consumer finance news including the continual increase in “hidden” bank charges. The inclusion of RSS on the My Payday Loan website means that regular visitors to the payday loan news page can keep themselves up to date with releases as they arrive.
Nick Auchincloss, Head of Corporate Development at My Payday Loan says: “As a company, My Payday Loan, strives to keep at the forefront of technology, meaning we have more to deliver to our loyal customer base. We have found an increasing interest from our customers to keep up to date with loan news from the UK, especially when it outlines the benefits of using a payday loan as opposed to, say, unauthorised bank charges.
Using RSS allows our website users to keep up to date as more articles come out."