Take the sample content feed (which is available as part of the support material for this article) described throughout this article and modify it to match the look and feel of your site. You'll also need to modify the MySQL queries to extract the right fields from your database.
Once you've customised the script for your liking, tell everyone about it: your eZine subscribers, friends, other webmasters, etc. You'll be amazed by how many of them will agree to post it on their site because it's so simple to do.
Remember, all that anyone who wants to have your content feed on their site needs to do is include the following HTML code in any page of their site:
Obviously, replacing the src attribute with your fully qualified domain name and the path to your feed.php script.
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