Add New Content Effortlessly to Your Website with RSS Feeds

Written by Craig Desorcy

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Now, as a webmaster this information is highly valuable. Wouldn’t you love to have direct contact with your consumers on a daily basis? You would no longer be fighting with overzealous spam filters who ate your valuable updates for dessert! Your loyal consumers would never have to search, and be distracted by other appealing adds. Your latest news and products would before their eyes immediately and unhindered.

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Okay, so you’ve made life easy for your consumer and found some room for profit inrepparttar process. How much do RSS feeds really benefit you? Literally, they will save you a fortune in time and money - not to mention a hefty profit from increased web traffic. Let’s look at a few ofrepparttar 131610 reasons why.

RSS feeds are easily changed and make updating your content so much easier. Not only can you make your loyal customers aware of your updates quickly, your updates will enticerepparttar 131611 spider to your web (a bit of a different twist, eh?). Literally, search engines are hungry for material that changes often, and will be drawn to your website more often by RSS feeds. This means more exposure, free advertising, more traffic, and more money for you. A pretty good deal!

All right, now you knowrepparttar 131612 secret to making life easier for yourself, and making a lot of extra money to boot. Enjoy, might want to wiperepparttar 131613 coffee stains off your desk!

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Using "Robots" Meta Tags

Written by Stephani Richardson

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More Robots Tags Google automatically archives a page as it crawls it. This is called a "cached" version ofrepparttar page. Visitors can retrieverepparttar 131609 archived version ofrepparttar 131610 page by clicking onrepparttar 131611 "cached" link within Google's search results. If you do not want your content to be archived, you can userepparttar 131612 following tag: <meta name="robots" content="noarchive"> *This will only prevent your page from being "cached". If you do not want your page to be indexed at all, you will still need to includerepparttar 131613 "noindex" tag. Another alternative torepparttar 131614 above tag isrepparttar 131615 tag that specifically addresses Google only. If you want other search engine robots to archive your site, but you would like to prevent Google from doing so, then you can userepparttar 131616 following tag: <meta name="googlebot" content="noarchive"> The Misuse of Robots Tags Something that has been popping up on websites everywhere isrepparttar 131617 Google indexing tag. This is a silly little tag that is not necessary. Some people think this tag helps Google to spider your site, but this simply isn't true. The tag looks like this: <meta name="googlebot" content="index,follow">. Some website owners believe that by specifying "googlebot" that their site hasrepparttar 131618 advantage of being spidered faster and listed by Google. According to Google's web crawler information at, you only need to userepparttar 131619 noindex, nofollow, or noarchive tags when you don't want Google to cache, index, or follow that page. Google's default setting is to index and followrepparttar 131620 links onrepparttar 131621 page, so this "so called" googlebot index/follow tag is completely unnecessary. Another silly little tag--- The "Revisit-After" Tag <meta name="revisit-after" content="90 days"> <meta name="revisit-after" content="15 days"> I'm not sure where this myth was started. Today, you will find this tag all overrepparttar 131622 Internet. Webmasters have even promoted it, claiming that it actually works. Are we so naive to believerepparttar 131623 search engine spiders need to know when to come back? I have never used this tag, and my site has no problem with being crawled on a regular basis. Even some SEO (search engine optimization) sites are claiming its value. This comes back torepparttar 131624 importance of always doing your research like this: It is important to examinerepparttar 131625 correct usage ofrepparttar 131626 "robots" tag before applying it to your website. Incorrect usage of tags could result in errors on your page that cause robots to completely ignore your page all together.You can find more information about web robots here:

Stephani Richardson is a work at home mother of 4 who has been actively involved with home business opportunities since December 1999. She owns and operates several business related websites including 1 Work At Home Dot Com at and Business-Oppurtunities at

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