You want to keep up-to-date with the latest Statista content about your industry? No problem.
In addition to the simple statistic updates via email, you also have the option to embed a list of the most recent statistics and studies directly on your website, blog or intranet page. Our RSS feeds make this possible, easily and free of charge. Thereby you always automatically receive the latest updates on your industry without having to search for them.
Example: Statista RSS feed about the topic of retail & trade
The presentation of the feed (font, size, font color, etc.) depends solely on the program that is used to read the feed, be it a browser, feed reader or the content management system of your website. In the latter case you can adapt our content to your corporate design.
What is RSS?
Via an RSS feed we can directly provide you with recently created or updated statistics in the form of a list without you having to do anything for it. RSS is a standardized format which is instantly recognized and displayed correctly by your browser or your website’s content management system.
By subscribing to our RSS feed you can read the latest updates directly within your browser. The most common browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer or Opera support this function. You may need to install a free browser plugin. As an alternative solution you can download a range of programs, so-called RSS readers, with which you can subscribe to the RSS feeds of the websites that are the most relevant to you to keep up-to-date.
Subscribing to our RSS feeds via your email application like, for instance, Microsoft Outlook, is a very useful feature too. This way you can receive real-time updates by Statista on your industry in your inbox. At the bottom of this page you can find a short tutorial about this.
How can I embed the Statista RSS feed on my website?
You can embed RSS feeds on a website in just a few steps. However, the procedure can be a little different, depending on which content management system you use. Please contact your IT department about this. Feel free to get in touch with our customer service for further questions.