As you probably already know by now, tag clouds are helpful components of Web sites that allow users to quickly see what topics are being talked about. The bigger a tag appears in the cloud, the more it’s being talked about. Tags have become a useful way of categorizing and finding content, and tag clouds just make the tag discovery process even more efficient. If you operate a Web site or are using a blog platform that doesn’t natively support tag clouds, then you may be wondering where you can go to get the goods. ZoomClouds provides a solution, and in hardly any time at all, your site will be up in the clouds with the rest of them.
The tag clouds that ZoomClouds creates are built using data from RSS feeds, and this means that all you have to do is supply the service with the feed that you use for your content, and from then on, your custom tag cloud will be continually updated when you publish new content. Once you’ve designed the way that you want your cloud to look, add the small piece of code that they provide to your Web site, and then you’re good to go.
[tags]ZoomClouds, Tags, Tag Clouds, RSS, Feeds[/tags]