What are RSS Feeds? RSS stands for “really simple syndication.” This is a way to provide your readers with fresh content and keep them updated. When you add new content to your blog they can see it and instantly read your posts. The most commonly used RSS Feed seems to be FeedBurner.com which works with WordPress.
A flash RSS reader pulls content from different sources and broadcast it from your blog or website. Search engines can crawl these pages and see it as new content and rank you accordingly.
Most RSS readers are easy to install and embed in your website. Once you get it set up, you can stream live information to those subscribing to your feed. They will see new information as often as you post it.
What Are the Benefits to You?
* New and exciting content –It’s a marketing tool which can promote your website and products. With RSS feeds, there is always something new to see on your site and your traffic will return on a regular basis and hopefully bring others.
* RSS feeds are free – This means that others will subscribe to yours without any cost to them but with tremendous benefit to you.
* Boost to your blog/website status – With the search engines crawling your feed, they will see content that is different from what was there before and that increases your ranking and status. Getting seen and ranked is what you want to garner more traffic. It is not the only way, but using an RSS reader is an easy way to boost your traffic.
Now you do9n’t have to ask “What are RSS feeds?” Why not give it a try?
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