The Truth Is You Are Not The Only Person Concerned About RSS FEEDS BRING MASSIVE BACKLINKS!

What is RSS?

Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is a way of syndicating content through various websites. They designed mainly it for newsfeeds and content delivery from news sources to other sites.

Internet marketers who have discovered have taken it over that it is a great way to get backlinks. With the click of a button, you can syndicate your content on hundreds of other websites, improving your site’s search engine rankings.

How to use RSS syndication?

To use RSS syndication, you must have an RSS feed from your website. The best way to do this is to use WordPress when designing your website. There are ways to make RSS feeds from regular HTML websites, but they aren’t always as straightforward as they seem. It is always a manual procedure involving manual file submission. There are a few websites; however, that will convert HTML to RSS for you.

You’ll need to find places to submit your RSS feed once you’ve built it.

What to search for?

There are two types of websites you’re searching for.

  • You’re looking for RSS directories, to begin with. 

A fast Google search will turn up a slew of guides to choose from. You can buy software that will help you simplify the submission process.

You’ll want to submit your RSS feeds to your directories after you’ve found them. If done manually, it is not the fastest operation, but they can outsource it. You’ll need to plan your keywords, title, and, sometimes, a summary, but this shouldn’t take too long.

It’s also worth using different definitions, names, and keywords for each submission to ensure that it’s unique. Nobody knows how much of a difference it makes; however, it seems to be beneficial.

You must keep track of which sites you have submitted which RSS feeds to if you manually send RSS feeds. This is because you don’t want to send the same website more than once. You’ll almost certainly want to submit more sites in the future.

  • The second form of website is an RSS Aggregator. 

A website that incorporates multiple RSS feeds into a single feed or webpage is known as an aggregator. We can send this single feed to RSS directories,
resulting in many more backlinks.

The RSS aggregator will combine your RSS feeds on a topic with feeds from news sources on the same issue. The material would have more authority and bulk because of this.

Keep in mind that many Web 2.0 sites, such as Squidoo and many article directories, provide RSS feeds for the pages you generate by using RSS feeds. To increase ties and rank higher, it can also send these to RSS directories and aggregators.

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It will change your RSS feed submissions when you change your website. As a result, if you frequently publish new material, it will easily be syndicated to many websites, resulting in backlinks to your site.

RSS feeds a great way to build backlinks and improve your site’s ranking for specific keywords. Use them, enjoy them, and wait for the connections to come flooding in.

At this point, we established that:
  • RSS, which stands for Really Simple Syndication, is a method of syndicating content to multiple sites.
  • When using RSS feeds, keep in mind that many Web 2.0 sites, including Squidoo and many article directories, provide RSS feeds for the pages you create.
  • These can also be submitted to RSS directories and aggregators to increase links and rank higher.
  • When you make changes to your website, your RSS feed submissions will be updated.
  • RSS feeds are an excellent way to increase backlinks and help your sites rank well for their keywords.

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Author: TMTanedo

TMTanedo is a graduate of AB Political Science major in Policy Management at the University of Makati, Philippines. He earned 52 units in Master in Business Administration at the Cavite State University, Imus Campus. He is privately employed in the Healthcare Service, a content creator, a blogger, and a website designer.