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    It Really Is Simple RSS
    by Tony Dean

    I have 'Googlebot' coming to my site every day since a month
    ago I put up my first news feed, since then I have put up yet

    I never used to see 'Googlebot' much before, so it goes to show
    that if you want to be noticed by the search engines, you need
    to put up a 'news-feed'.

    All this re-submitting to search engines every month nonsense
    is just that, nonesense! I don't really think the search engines
    care for you to submit to them in the first place, I think that
    now they like to find your site on their own. Some pundits have
    claimed that nowadays to submit your site at all to the search
    engines is counter-productive and you should not do it. They
    say that there is much better value in allowing the search
    engines to find it via a 'link-back' from somewhere else.

    'News Feeds' are now providing that 'link back' that every site
    owner needs. If you run a web site and you have still not got a
    'news feed' you are being left behind in the race, first to get
    listed by search engines and secondly to get a higher ranking -
    my sites ranking has gone up very much higher in Yahoo and Google,
    since putting up my first news feed, and guess what, it was
    within about 36 hours of putting up that first 'news feed' that
    Googlebot discovered it was there! It did not take it long!
    The same with Yahoo, but a little bit later, like two days after

    'News Feeds' are readable in a software called a 'News Reader',
    these are usually free to download and use right away to look
    at some of the feeds that are out there. There are directories
    for feeds which you can visit and get some addresses of some
    suitable ones to read each day, some of these feeds are more
    like 'blogs' in that, they change the contents several times a
    day, which gives a feed a 'fresher' feel to it, and which the
    search engines like to see. They also would like to see web
    site owners re-freshing there web site contents on at least
    a daily basis, it does help with ranking.

    It has been slated that the next incarnations of browser will be
    'feed' compatible, they will be reading 'news feeds' as well as
    viewing web sites. When this does happen the 'information
    revolution' will be really turned full on! Any one, even you, can
    set up a 'news feed', it really is simple, and if you don't set
    one up, you are going to be like the only person in your street who
    does not have television or radio, you are going to miss out on
    the 'information revolution', big time!

    Tony Dean runs a web site at:-
    He is author of the ebook "Really Simple RSS" which is
    downloadable from his web site together with a 'feed reader'
    Subscribe to his ezine send blank email:

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