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It is a popular way of telling who visited a site or even if the visitor has come at all. This method is used by almost every major company to determine how many visitors a site receives each day and what times they come from. Allowing them to have a good idea as to what product or service they should be promoting. Having this information allows these companies to distribute their message more effectively through their website.
The problem with RSS is that it can only send out a single feed to an audience if you are using a third-party RSS reader. If you are using your own RSS reader then it can only send out a single feed at a time. Although there are other ways around this problem.
By making use of a program known as “RSSJax” it allows you to download all the feeds that are available in your feed list. In some cases you will receive the feeds as several files and in others you will only receive one file.
Because the RSS feed will contain links to your website, each of these links will need to be recorded in your blog. You should create a separate post for each of the sites that are part of your RSS feed. You may even want to create your own sub categories for each of the sub-feeds.
When the RSS feeds are stored in your blog they will become searchable on the Google search engine. This can provide an enormous boost to the ranking of your site in search engines because search engines are now more aware of the importance of the RSS feed in determining where visitors go.
It is an important point to remember that if you do not link to your RSS feed you will still receive the benefits of having an RSS feed in your blog. If you have not linked to it, it will not be available.
Having multiple RSS feeds in your blog is always a good idea. This will allow you to present information to readers in a way that is convenient for you.
In conclusion, there are many reasons why you should use RSS in your blog. RSS has many advantages and can make your blog more attractive to the reader. All you need to do is find the right software to help you with this.