RSS Feeds - New sources of Traffic
Once you have an RSS feed for your website there are a number of ways in which web users can find and subscribe to your RSS feed.
Of course displaying a link to your RSS feed on your website or other websites allows your visitors to subscribe to your RSS feed. There are also many ways in which web users can find and subscribe to your RSS feed without visiting your website.
This is significant because it means that you can generate large amounts of new traffic to your website regardless of your search engine rankings.
Once a web user discovers the benefits of subscribing to RSS feeds they will actively search for more RSS feeds that interest them.
Most RSS aggregators, whether stand-alone or web based, provide a search function which allows users to search for RSS feeds by keyword. The search is usually done on one specific RSS directory.
An RSS Directory is a web directory of RSS feeds divided into appropriate categories and sub-categories. Many directories allow users to rate and comment on the quality of the RSS feeds listed in the directory.
RSS Search Engines
Technically most RSS Search Engines are really just searchable RSS Directories. Unlike web search engines, which actively seek out new web pages, RSS search engines perform keyword searches on a directory in order to provide the results.
With RSS Feed Guide you will learn how to create RSS feeds and how to make sure that as many people as possible can find your RSS feed. To learn more about the benefits of RSS Feed Guide visit the RSS Feed Guide description page or if you're ready to start using RSS Feeds signup now to gain access to the resources of RSS Feed Guide.