The word feed is a noun. Feed means (1) food for domestic livestock.
Feed is also a verb that means (1) introduce continuously, (2) provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to, (3) give food to, (4) take in food; used of animals only, (5) serve as food for; be the food for, (6) feed into; supply, (7) provide as food, (8) gratify, (9) profit from in an exploitatory manner, (10) move along, of liquids, (11) support or promote.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word feed.
FeedBurner provides media distribution and audience engagement services for blogs and RSS feeders. Their tools help bloggers, podcasters, and commercial publishers promote, deliver, and profit from their content on the web. FeedBurner also features a feed and blog advertising network that aggregates a number of well-known media sources. The website explains fully what feed burning is.
Performics, founded in 1998, is a performance-based marketing division of DoubleClick. It provides online marketing services and technologies for multi-channel marketers. Advertisers benefit from the custom approach to affiliate marketing, search engine marketing, data feed marketing, and online lead generation programs. The website explains all of these programs in detail and more.
The following articles provide recent feed-related news.
Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson posted an anti-Semitic quote on his social media feed that he attributed to Adolf Hitler. Jackson later said, "I have no hatred in my heart toward no one."
ESPN. Tuesday, 7 Jul 2020 22:19:02 EST.
The Las Vegas Chapter of the Women of Global Change will be feeding the frontline health care workers from the Southern Nevada Health District to honor and celebrate them for all of their hard work.
PRWeb. Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 00:00:00 GMT.
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