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10 Reasons to Put RSS on Your Site.
By: Jase Dow
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    10 Reasons to Put RSS on Your Site.

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    RSS and Blogs are the topics of the moment. Seems like everyone is talking about it. Granted, there is too much hype about RSS and Blogs.But where there's hype - there's interest!

    And with good reason - RSS is posed to be the break out
    technology of 2005. Those who don't take full advantage
    of it will be left behind.

    If you need convincing - here are 10 reasons why you
    should put RSS on your site:

    1. It's easy and fast! Not to mention Free! You can use
    a free service like eBlogger and publish your Blog and RSS
    feed within minutes. You can even place or publish your
    Blog/RSS Feed on your own site without knowing 'html' or
    'xml'. It's all done for you!

    Repeat - it's simple to use and very convenient. Publishing
    your blog is only a few clicks away. (If you need help - just
    use the link at the end of this article.)

    2. Syndicate Your Content. RSS stands for 'really simple
    syndication' and it's just another way of passing along your
    information. With the popularity of 'MyYahoo' and the 'Firefox'
    browser (which has a built-in RSS feed reader) -
    syndicating your content has gotten even simpler.

    The next version of Windows is reportedly scheduled to have a
    RSS feature. If this happens - RSS will explode.

    3. Get Your Content Indexed. Using blogs to publish your
    content is a neat way of side stepping the regular indexing
    procedure. It gets your content indexed very quickly in most
    of the search engines.

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