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Learn How to use an RSS Feed increase your sites traffic dramatically. Visit - http://build-profitable-niche-sites-made-easy.gopuggie.com/

 

 
 
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Slide 1: ==== ==== Google Loves Content...Check Out our RSS Feed Widget that will make your Traffic Grow http://2d7e9e21tbp6xd1igdckg7so72.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ==== We all want to get increased website traffic to our blog, and submitting your RSS feed to an RSS directory is an extremely powerful way of doing this. If you think this sounds way too technical then read on - all you need to be able to do is paste a URL into a box. The most common definition for RSS is Really Simple Syndication, and you provide an RSS Feed on your blog. To explain this more easily think of the following: Subscribe To RSS You have a blog and you want to get increased website traffic to it. On most blogs there's a "subscribe to RSS" icon. This provides an RSS Feed which means the contents of your site are translated into a common format that can be read by other programs known as RSS Aggregators or RSS Readers. Someone who wants to be provided with updates to your blog, clicks on the "subscribe to RSS" icon and your RSS Feed is sent to their web browser. On their web browser they now have a button in the toolbar known as an RSS Reader, that lists the headlines of your blog posts, a bit like the favourites or bookmark menus in browsers. Not only that, but when you update your blog, this list in their browser is updated also. They can then click one of your headlines and go straight to your website. Benefits To You There are two benefits for you here. o Someone has taken an interest in your website and you will get increased website traffic. o You now have back links for each one of your articles that appear in their RSS reader and back links are solid gold for search engine rankings! Let's take this one step further. Instead of someone having to go directly to your site and click on the subscribe to RSS link, what if they could just go to a directory that has a list of RSS Feeds and pick your site from that? Feedburner
Slide 2: That's where submitting your RSS Feed to a Feed Directory comes in. The easiest way to do this is to type "google feedburner" into Google and go to the feedburner site. Feedburner creates an RSS Feed that is compatible with thousands of RSS Readers and Aggregators. You just need to create an account there, and then enter the URL for your blog and it will create an RSS feed for you. The RSS feed is just a URL like any other website, but is unique to your website. RSS Directories Now do another search in Google for "RSS Directories List". This will give you lists of hundreds of RSS Directories. All you need to do is go and paste the URL from feedburner into each of the directories you want to appear in and you're done. You get increased website traffic to your blog because people who haven't even heard of you go to RSS directories and can subscribe to your blog. Also, back links are the key to getting increased search engine rankings and each RSS Directory you're listed in provides a back link to your website. Do you want to know more about starting and running an online business? Check out my blog for more tips and information: gregandfionascott.com. Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Greg_J_Scott ==== ==== Google Loves Content...Check Out our RSS Feed Widget that will make your Traffic Grow http://2d7e9e21tbp6xd1igdckg7so72.hop.clickbank.net/ ==== ====

   
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