Why You Should Use RSS

August 1st, 2012

RSS opens a new channel of communication between you and the shipping public. If at the time you do not have an RSS feed then there is a whole community of people who do not know about you. Is not it time to start publishing an RSS feed, here are some reasons to start now. If you have no food, then it can send to many RSS directories that are out there. That means you can start issuing a new group of people. A list of directories and tools to begin can be found at The good news is that it will not take much more of their time to publish an RSS feed. There are many software products, maybe even using now can automatically generate an RSS feed for you. Why do not you go and check.

If not, then there are plenty of other free and low cost make it easy to publish a feed. You do not need to learn any new skill to do this. Did you know that RSS provides content to other webmasters to publish their content as well. Imagine the content of other sites linking back to you. And all this happens without you having to do anything else, all you need is an RSS feed. Still not convinced. So what if I told you that the major players in the Internet, like Yahoo, MSN and Google are beginning to pay serious attention to RSS. At the moment it is almost an arms race to RSS RSS be number one player.

You can bet that your competition is using RSS. Unlike email, RSS will guarantee delivery to their readers. Your RSS feed is contained in an XML file on your server so it is obtained by users of RSS reader or feed aggregator. That means no spam filter servers between you and other visitors. The best feature of RSS is that the user is always in control. That means they are safe and comfortable with using RSS. You can unsubscribe with a single click and be absolutely certain that they will be entered into. If the user is reading your feed then that reality must be concerned with what you're posting. Allan is the webmaster in an RSS resource for webmasters. Learn how to use RSS to attract and retain visitors to your site.

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