How to Create and Distribute a RSS Feed

Creating and Using a RSS Feed: First, you might be asking, “What is a RSS Feed”? You can Google What is a RSS Feed and you will come up many results that most commonly explain a RSS Feed as “Really Simple Syndication” or “Rich Site Summary Feed”

Promoting Your Website's RSS Feed

RSS Feeds are the greatest thing since the invention of sliced bread. OK, that maybe a bit of an overstatement but your RSS Feed is still pretty good. Your websites RSS Feed(s) are perfect for any sort of user to follow what their favorite website is doing without having to constantly check it.

How to Find Your Twitter RSS Feed

On May 7th, 2013 the Twitter RSS Feeds and Twitter widgets stopped operating due to API changes that Twitter made. Here is the update to get access to your Twitter RSS Feed!

How Are You Using Your Blogs RSS Feed?

​Using your Blogs RSS feed can help create a better footprint for your websites articles, but the subject alone of "Really Simple Syndication" (aka "Rich Site Summary") can not be simple at all.

The Best Sites to Syndicate Blog Articles

Last update: 11/13/21 If you are a blogger and looking to syndicate your content out to as many people as possible, there is no doubt that social media websites are the way to go. Challenge is, there are so many Social Media & Social Bookmarking sites available,...

How to Avoid Duplicate Content

With the huge wave of social networking sites that are available to us a very common mistake is posting duplicate content on the same site using RSS Feeds. Duplicating your content on Facebook or Twitter can look embarrassing or not very professional and it happens...

How to Create a RSS Feed for your Google+ Profile

Looking to use your Google+ as a RSS Feed? Here is how you do it! Google+ profiles officially do not support RSS feeds, but you can you create and subscribe to a RSS feed for your Google+ profile. Creating a RSS Feed for your Google+ account will allow you add the...

RSS Feed: Two Simple Steps to Create Web Page Freshness

Guest Post by David Zimmerman: Google likes fresh content. I think most SEOs know this. I've even heard of SEOs who regularly change their home page's content to give the Google spider a reason to come back to their website for a crawl, once in awhile. Surely there’s...

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