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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. - Plus, by giving...

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    Plus, by giving viewers/readers a way of adding your RSS
    Feed creates targeted links to your site. This reason alone
    is why your site should have RSS!

    7. Viewer/Subscriber Feedback. Instant feedback from your
    subscribers or viewers is easy with blogs. Creating trust
    and credibility is so much easier when there is immediate
    communication between the two parties.

    8. Keyword Content Building. Blogs are especially good
    for building 'keyword targeted content' for your site. All
    these links will boost your keyword rankings in the search
    engines. Google places a high value on 'anchor text' and blogs
    are a good place to put all those links.

    You can also start different blogs targeted at specific
    related keywords covering the major topics of your site.
    Again, search engines love related keyword linking so you
    can boost your site's rankings by using blogs.

    9. Monetize Your Content. Blogs are an excellent way of
    monetizing your content. Blog sites like Eblogger
    (owned by Google) even encourages you to use the
    'adsense code' in your blogs. If you have a popular
    blog - this may bring in extra income.

    Plus, publishing your ezine or newsletter in a blog
    can bring in revenue for months if not years to come.
    All those affiliate links and product promotions get
    indexed by the search engines and become accessible
    to a wider audience, i.e. market.

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