Rasasa will send RSS information where you need it most.
From the help page:
“Because your not always online when important news breaks you might miss certain messages or receive them too late. Most of the time that’s not very important but for some news it’s very convenient or even crucial you receive it asap.”
Once you sign up to some feeds, you can first filter (boolean) for keywords if you like, then you can tell it where you want the feed information delivered.
It’s up to you, you can get it delivered to your email client, IM client, SMS (a combination)…so now you have one service that can deliver you information when and where you want it…you can even turn your feeds on/off. Other settings are how many messages a day, choose the hours of the day you want messages, and beyond these hours do you want the message sent to your email, or don’t bother at all.
From the information page:
“With Rasasa you can decide about each single feed if it’s important enough to receive on your phone and if you want to receive it all the time or (e.g.) just during office hours. You can also apply filters to each feed to make sure you receive the important bits.”
There is OPML import, and it also creates a spliced feed for your feed set.
There is a bookmarklet to easily add feeds, and a subscription button for your blog, so when people are reading your blog they can add you to their Rasasa account (no doubt they will have the bookmarklet anyway).
Whether its RSS-to-TXT(SMS), RSS-to-IM or RSS to email, it is covered in the one service…I think people will like to do all these things if it is easier enough, which it is when it is packaged in the one service.