RSS Feed Guide


RSS Feed Basics

What is RSS?

Reading RSS Feeds

Who Reads RSS?

RSS for Webmasters

RSS Syndication


RSS Marketing

Finding RSS Feeds

RSS & Search Engines

RSS for Newsletters

RSS Advertising Revenue

Display RSS


RSS Updates

RSS Display Formatting

Don't use Javascript

RSS Tools

RSS Glossary


RSS Directories

RSS Aggregators

Online RSS Aggregators

RSS Glossary

RSS Feed or RSS News Feed - For a full description of RSS Feeds visit our What is RSS? page.

RSS Channel - RSS Channel is another name for an RSS Feed.

RSS File - RSS feeds are contained in an RSS file, usually with the extension .rss or .xml.

RSS Directory - An RSS Directory is a web site which contains links to many RSS Feeds.

RSS Search Engine - Most RSS search engines are really just searchable RSS directories as they don't find RSS feeds for themselves.

SEO (Search Engine Optimization) - The art of designing your web pages and their content to achieve the best possible search engines rankings. There are many aspects to search engine optimization but RSS feeds can give you a big advantage.

Spider, Spidered, Spidering, Search Engine Spider - A search engine spider or robot is a program which visits web sites in order to index their content for inclusion in search engine results. In order to get traffic from a search engine your web site must be visited by the spider, the more often the spider visits the more often your content in the search engine is refreshed. Search Engines & their spiders love web pages which you regularly update with fresh content and rank them higher.

RSS Aggregator - Also known as RSS Readers, RSS News Readers or RSS News Aggregators. These are either programs or online services which allow users to view multiple RSS feeds.

Subscribe - Subscribing to an RSS Feed is usually free.

Syndication - Syndication means making content available for others to use. In the case of RSS Feeds you are syndicating the content which you put in your RSS Feed and making it available for people to read in RSS aggregators or for webmasters to display on their web sites.

XML - XML is the programming language in which RSS files are written. You don't need to learn XML in order to create your own RSS feed, just use our templates and easy to follow guides and you can have an RSS feed for your web site in minutes!

Parsing - Parsing is the technical term used for the process by which an RSS file is converted into a user friendly readable form or displayed on a web page.



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