Advantages of Using RSS Feeds

Written by Ben Hirsch

RSS is a wonderful thing. For those that don't know, it stands for Really Simple Syndication. Imaginerepparttar state ofrepparttar 140313 internet today. Spam is everywhere, subscribing to a newsletter could potentially give your email out to thousands of spammers. Viruses are everywhere, and there are still surfers trying to find information. RSS eliminatesrepparttar 140314 crap and focuses onrepparttar 140315 information. Really Simple Syndication.

Search engines love RSS. You can submit your site's RSS feed to many different RSS directories. As robots crawlrepparttar 140316 web and come upon your feeds on many different sites, your website gets more hits, your rankings can increase, a lot can happen.

Just adding a link on your page that says RSS can do a lot for your traffic. If a person has an aggregator, they can easily view your RSS feed to find updated content. You could just offer a teaser inrepparttar 140317 feed, requiringrepparttar 140318 viewer to actually go to your site to viewrepparttar 140319 whole article. Insta-hit!

Been got at by a Rat or a Dog? Try a Ferrit. Optimization of web pages by old pr

Written by malcolm james pugh

You may have already paid good money only to have been promisedrepparttar earth and left with a web page no one can see unless they know your company name.

You will have actually paid for inclusion in indexes, which lapses after a finite time unless you pay over and over again.

There is no point paying money out on a web site if your potential customers have to know your name already in order to find your web pages.

Now you own what.

An invisible website with no indexing.

watch out theres a rat about.

RAT as in Really Awful Trader.


Have you been sold a pup by a big dog, a Dodgy Optimisation Guru.

DOGS sing a nice tune, and play what you want to hear, but who are they really playing for.

To paraphrase another trustworthy source.

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