Now, you're ready to create your headlines. Each new "item" tag represents a new topic. The rule of thumb is to include between five and fifteen items. You can include a description, but it isn't required.
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Your final step will be to close your channel by adding following tags:
Save your new file with a .rss file extension and upload it to your server.
If you'd rather not create your own RSS file, RSS Channel Editor is a free Web based tool that makes it easy to create and maintain RSS files. You can find script here: http://www.webreference.com/perl ools/
Now, you're ready to share your content. Visit following web sites to submit your new channel and enable other web sites to display your content:
If you'd like to display RSS content on your web site, you'll need a script to fetch content. RSS Fetcher (http://www.mimanet.com/scripts/rss_fetcher.html) is a free script that will fetch content, format it as HTML and store it in a file on your server. The content can then be displayed on your web site.
You can locate RSS files to display on your web site at following web addresses:
For further information about RSS, read Jonathan Eisenzopf's tutorial entitled, "Using RSS News Feeds." http://www.webreference.com/perl utorial/8/
If you have content that you regularly update, give RSS a try. Providing free content is an extremely powerful method of increasing your web site traffic.
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10 Ways To Keep Your Visitors Interested!
Written by Larry Dotson
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6. Make sure all your web pages load fast or your visitors will leave fast. Time is precious; they won't waste it waiting for your site to load.
7. Tell your visitors what's offered at your web site at very beginning. If people are confused about what's being offered they may leave too early.
8. Publish your web site professionally. People will get turned off and leave if they see a lot of spelling and grammar mistakes.
9. Make your site text easy to read. Most people won't strain their eyes trying to read text that is too small, light or bright.
10. Use headlines and sub headlines all over your your web site that will grab visitors attention. It will attract them to explore your web site longer.
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