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October 28, 2008

Secrets to Increase Your Website Traffic with RSS Feeds

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Follow along and learn the simple secrets to increase website traffic with a few clicks of your mouse. RSS stands for “really simple syndication” and it serves as a tool to keep visitors updated to a websites changes without the person having to go back to the website.

Generating Your RSS Feed

If you have a wordpress blog (the most common blogging platform) then you already have an RSS feed built in to your blog. You can find your feed at yourdomain.com/feed

If you have another type of blog check the user guide of your blogging platform to find out where your RSS feed is located or how to generate one.

Unfortunately most internet marketers don’t know the first thing about using their RSS feed to increase website traffic. There are some very simple steps that you can take to dynamically increase your traffic absolutely free with your RSS feed.

The first thing that you should consider doing is setting up a Feedburner account so that they can manage your feed. Feedburner is a free service that gives some basic traffic stats, keeps track of how many people have subscribed to your RSS feed and best of all makes it really easy for visitors to subscribe to your feed.

After you have setup Feedburner to manage your feed they will give you a URL for your feed. Take that URL and put it on every page of your blog so that anytime someone clicks on the link they will have the option to subscribe to your feed.

Two More Steps and You’re Done

Once your feed is setup and the URL is on every page of your blog the only thing left to do is to submit your feed to some feed directories.

A feed directory is a site that lists several feeds from all over the web on one website. Feed directories can not only bring in tons of new visitors to your website but they also provide good backlinks to your website. Backlinks are needed for any website to rank well in the search engines.

There are two feed directories that stand head and shoulders above the rest in the online world. Often times just submitting links from these two directories can rocket your site to the top of the engines which will obviously help you to increase website traffic.

The first of these two is Feedage. Feedage requires you to setup a free account but once you do you can submit as many feeds to them as you want. It’s very simple and only takes a few minutes to setup a free account and submit your feed.

The second directory is Feedagg and they don’t even require you to setup an account. You simply click on the “add feed” link and input your information. It’s really that easy.

That’s all there is to making the most of your RSS feeds to bring in extra free website traffic to your website. Follow the simple steps laid out and watch your traffic numbers steadily increase.


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5 Responses to “Secrets to Increase Your Website Traffic with RSS Feeds

    avatar club penguin says:

    I will use these tactics and see how much I increase in traffic.

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    Great Post.

    Thanks for the information.

    From my experience, getting free traffic can be tough. It takes a lot of work. YOu might spend 2 or 3 hours building traffic and only get a few hits.

    If you have no long term plan to capture those visitors it can be a total waste of time.

    Once you find the traffic methods that work for you then it is ideal to apply them over and over until you see great results.

    The key is to persist. It can be quite easy if you persist.

    avatar skepto says:

    Thanks for the info. When I submitted my RSS feed here in Feedage, it was indeed viewed on the same day it was published. It was awesome. Hopefully I could get as much traffic on my blog. I’m open to mutual link exchanges. It does work. I hope I could link mine with yours.

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