How To Use RSS Feeds
Free RSS feeds are an increasingly popular way to drive traffic, create backlinks, and earn more money. What are RSS feeds? RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication”. It is a standardized way to provide notification and deliver content on frequently updated websites. It delivers a full or summary copy of the updated content, along with additional data that may include the author, publisher, date, time, and/or homepage URL.
RSS feeds provide another way to access your website. Duplicate content is usually penalized by search engine algorithms. This is not true of RSS feeds. Search engines recognize them as a legitimate alternative delivery method for your content.
RSS feeds make your site more likely to be noticed by consumers and web spiders. There are a number of legitimate directories for website feeds. You can create free RSS feeds easily with most popular blog, forum, and CMS software packages. You should use a URL shortening service for sharing your syndication links with people on social media platforms, such as Twitter and Facebook.
Many RSS directories and blogroll circles carry a high search engine ranking. When they share your free RSS feeds, they will create quality backlinks to your site. With the votes of high ranking pages, your own score will increase. This will drive more traffic to your site and have you appear higher in search results. Your RSS feeds will also be featured in more syndication directories and search engines, further increasing your traffic and profit potential.
You can use the traffic and rank gained from your free RSS feeds to generate more income. The two most common techniques are advertising and affiliate links. Advertising is paid at a flat rate based on traffic or pays in installments based on a “pay per click” model. Do some research to see which form of advertising will earn the highest income for you. Affiliate links are based on business-to-business advertising. Your link carries a signature that identifies the incoming visitor as referred to the site by you. Affiliate programs usually pay a percentage of the visitors purchases or a have a flat rate schedule based on participation level.
RSS is a syndication service that is standardized and an accepted part of the Internet. RSS feeds provide a free method of increasing the traffic and backlinks to your website. You can monetize this additional readership through various advertising and referral programs. Take advantage of free RSS feeds to boost your web presence and business.
It’s not too late to jump on this bandwagon – RSS feeds have been around for years. Not only are they still going strong – they are becoming more and more popular as time goes on. For an excellent source of information on using Rss feeds check out Rouge RSS Profits. I’ve barely even scraped the surface of the unlimited possibilities of using free RSS feeds. Rogue RSS Profits is jam-packed with over 70 minutes of video and 25 pages of solid content. Along with the 25 page report, you will be receiving 5 videos that show you step by step how to create, manipulate and leverage RSS feeds.
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