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10 Reasons to Put RSS on Your Site.
By: Jase Dow
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    2005-01-05

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  • 10 Reasons to Put RSS on Your Site.
  • Search Engines are...
  • Plus, by giving...
  • Because Everyone Else...

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    Search Engines are constantly on the lookout for 'fresh
    content' - these 'link rich' blogs are a good source of
    this content. Because blogs are on specific topics - they
    have a concentrated source of good quality informational
    material to serve up!


    4. Instant Contact. Blogs give you instant contact with
    your readers or viewers. We live in an 'instant' society -
    we want everything five minutes ago. Blogs provide this
    instant gratification. Readers or viewers using MyYahoo
    have an instant link to your information or postings.

    RSS Feeds will instantly spread your information to all
    interested parties - bringing in targeted traffic.


    5. Building Your List. People who pick up your RSS feed
    or add you to their MyYahoo site - become your subscribers.
    You are really building your contact list. Have a popular
    blog or RSS Feed and you can build a large targeted
    contact list very quickly.

    It might not replace your old opt-in email list - but it can
    be a lucrative addition to it! Take advantage of all
    those targeted contacts.


    6. Link Building. Blogs are link heavens! Build your links
    thru blogs. All these links will boost your link popularity
    and increase your search engine rankings.

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