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4 Steps to a Robotís Tea Party
By: Roy Thomsitt
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    4 Steps to a Robotís Tea Party - Here are the...

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    Here are the steps that I took to entice GoogleBot, Inkomi Slurp and MSNBot:

    1. I signed up at to create a new Blog. When signing up, ensure you give the correct details of your website and the access details Blogger will need to place on your website an HTML file and an Atom/XML file of your Blog.

    2. Write your first Blog and post it. Try to use the best keywords for your website in the titles of this and subsequent posts.

    3. Go to This is not an essential step, so you can skip it if you prefer. I use Feedburner for all my feeds. Feedburner will convert your feed (Blog) into the most suitable format for the reader, depending on which RSS viewer they are using. While RSS is not new, the ways in which it can be displayed are still in a state of evolution. Let Feedburner keep up with those developments and display your feed in the most appropriate way. Also, Feedburner provides some useful statistics.

    4. Go to where you will find a list of RSS/Blog directories. Make sure you submit your Blog url (or Feedburner url if appropriate) to My Yahoo and Google first, followed by as many of the others as possible. Inktomi Slurp and Google should come visiting your website very quickly. Donít be too concerned if they are not as quick as they were in my case. More people are latching on to this idea now, and there is no guarantee that this method will still be as effective when you read this.

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