Subscribing to The Global Herald is completely free, and allows you to keep abreast of the latest news and opinion pieces as they are published. There are a number of subscription methods, which allow you to keep up-to-date in the manner which suits you best.
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Subscribe to The Global Herald by RSS
Users may subscribe to The Global Herald by RSS, or webmasters may place a list of the latest stories published within The Global Herald to be updated by RSS by subscribing to the site RSS feed.
Get RSS Your Way
Alternatively, you may wish to subscribe to only a certain news category, sub-category, author or news tag. To receive a feed of any section of The Global Herald simply append “/feed/” to the end of any URL containing a list of stories, for example:
- http://theglobalherald.com/section/entertainment/feed/ – provides an RSS feed of the most recent Entertainment stories published in The Global Herald;
- http://theglobalherald.com/tag/man-utd/feed/ – provides an RSS feed of the most recent stories published in The Global Herald carrying the news tag “Man Utd”;
- http://theglobalherald.com/author/martine-van-bijlert/feed/ – provides an RSS feed of the most recent stories written by Martine van Bijlert;
- http://theglobalherald.com/search/afghanistan/feed/ – provides an RSS feed of the most recent stories containing the search term “Afghanistan”.
The above format may be adapted to suit any category, news tag, author or search term currently active within The Global Herald allowing an almost limitless number of subscription configurations which may be adapted to suit your needs entirely.
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Make The Global Herald your home page
The Global Herald website, whether you access it by a web browser, or a mobile device – is entirely free to access. The easiest way to subscribe to the latest stories, is to make The Global Herald home page your browser home page, and visit frequently to stay up-to-date with the latest articles and comments published on this website. Depending upon your browser, you should click “internet options” or right click the “home” icon to set your browser home page.
You could also set a section of The Global Herald as your home, if you are interested only in one type of news item, for example, Sport ( http://theglobalherald.com/section/sport/ ) or Entertainment ( http://theglobalherald.com/section/entertainment/ ).