Getting The Most From Your RSS Feeds

What is the most complicated component on your website? Do you even know? Do you have a blog? Are you getting traffic to it on a daily basis? Depending on the answers to these questions, your internet dream of having a wildly successful online business will fade away very quickly.

One component of your website or blog that I think you should incorporate is something called RSS marketing. RSS stands for “really simple syndication”, and it’s a great way to get traffic to your blog or website automatically. In fact the more people who have your RSS feed, the better.

Some bloggers understand this concept very well, and because of it, they post to their blog about 3-5 times per day. And these aren’t those 150-word blog posts… these are 500-700 word blog posts that their readers love, and that gets them repeat traffic to their blog simply and easily.

Now to use RSS feeds in your business, you don’t have to be a hardcore blogger (although I must admit, you do need some sort of dedication when it comes to posting to your blog and getting your content seen). You can set up your RSS feed so that whenever you post to your blog, your RSS feed gets updated, and its signaled that new content is available on your blog.

You will get many website owners trying to use your content as content for their site or blog. As long as your website information is posted at the bottom of your blog, you should be good to go. If you find anyone using your content without keeping your website information at the end of the letter, you need to jump on the case immediately and tell them that they will be reported if they don’t leave your website information intact.

This happens frequently with bloggers who struggle to get traffic to their blog, and are trying to make themselves look credible with good content on their website. But in truth, they are struggling business owners who have no idea of how to market their business on the internet.

Aside from them, you should definitely focus on getting your RSS feed out there on the internet. Start with a site called “feedcat.net”. It’s one of my favorites, and you can see just how many people have signed up for feedcat just to stay in touch with your blog. Some will click through to read the rest of your post, and others won’t. But that’s okay, because you get free traffic anyway from some who are watching your posts, and that’s just the nature of marketing. malmofisk.se rss

RSS feeds are incredibly easy to make and is easy to distribute. If you need an RSS feed for your blog, head on over to Feedburner.com. After you’ve signed up for them, all of your feed’s updates will be hosted here – and they have a pretty good looking interface also.

These tips for using RSS feeds are things that I think are crucial to the success of your business. The more you focus on marketing your feed, the more traffic you will get for your website, and the more sales you will get also. So get on the ball today.