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5 Tips to Follow for Effective Really Simple Syndication

  • Posted by Top Affiliate
  • June 6, 2013 8:10 PM HST
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an effective marketing strategy to reach potential customers which often bypasses the limitations of other traditional marketing techniques face. Here are 5 RSS marketing tips to follow to increase traffic and enhance your ROI.

RSS or also known as Really Simple Syndication is used for syndicating or distributing your content around the Internet. Syndication is the real importance of RSS. Your messages or information can get across the Internet instantly to your readers, subscribers or websites.

RSS is an easy application that can make it simple to distribute your special offers, product reviews, articles or resource announcements. The more subscribers, websites or readers that opt into your RSS feeds, the more free and highly targeted traffic you will get from their websites.

For the readers that follow many websites and blogs, Real Simple Syndication offers them a convenient solution. When they subscribe to a RSS feed, they will be provided with their favorite sites' content and information in a single feed reader. Google Reader and Bloglines are popular feed reader choices, as well as many others that you can select from as well. If you already have an established blog, but have not begun to use the power of RSS feeds for your blog promotion, you will find some tips below to help you begin today.

1. Add your RSS feed on different bookmarking sites like BlogCatalog, LinkedIn, Facebook, Technorati, Bloglines, and more. This will help to gain online visibility and increase your blog traffic.

2. Burn your RSS feed with Feedburner. This is a powerful program that enables you to get your feed out there and deliver it directly to Twitter with every new piece of content you add.

3. Ping your sites each time you add new content, where ever possible. The more you ping your posts, the more blog traffic you will receive.

4. Utilize directories. is a popular one. These types of sites are easy to use. You just enter the blog URL of your RSS feed. Before using paid directories, it is important that you do your research first and check out their reputations to ensure there are genuine people behind them reviewing your submissions.

5. Get your blog submitted to the search engines, especially the big ones like Google, Bing, MSN and Yahoo. This will increase the amount of RSS feed subscribers you get.