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RSS Feeds Explosion
Gain Massive Exposure For Your Service
Get your web site listed in Google and Yahoo in day's if not hours, I did, never pay $299 to be listed in Yahoo - you can get your site listed if you have an RSS feed.
Googlebot and Yahoo's 'Slurp' bot have never left my server since putting up a RSS feed, and syndicating it through RSS directories where it was quickly found by an eager, info- hungry crowd of affluent types who are looking to spend their disposable income on something that captures their imagination.
With still only about 90,000 RSS feeds in the world, compared with about 6 billion web pages, if you put up an RSS feed of your own, your feed will get noticed very quickly - like the same day!
Traffic to your web site will double, triple, or more from your RSS feed, and you will find more buyers coming in rather than freebie seekers.
If spam filters are putting you off sending out emailed newsletters, then keep in touch via your RSS feed and update it once, twice or more per day to get your info out that you want your subscribers to see.
Got a new product to sell?
Then put it in your RSS feed and it will be noticed the minute you upload the file to your server. Millions of people can now see your RSS feed, not only in a 'feed reader' software, but in feed compatible browsers such as the latest 'Opera' and 'Netscape 6'.
RSS feed directories have sprung up for you to list your feed in, but there are up to 40 directories worth putting them in - I list them in my latest ebook - 'Really Simple RSS' -with direct links to all the directories to submit to right away.
So - how difficult is it to put up a feed?
If you can open 'Notepad' and type, you can make a feed file to go on your server and this will be seen by countless people all over the world who are looking for the latest products to buy.
If you desperately need to raise awareness and create more exposure for your service or product, without spending huge amounts on advertising - then you need to put up that RSS feed now before the Klondike of all rushes starts. The colossal explosion of information through the 'third dimension' of the internet is about to start - the 'first dimension' was the text based information in dos that started as the internet - which then was only for academics and scientists swapping information on research - the 'second dimension' was the introduction of the graphical capability of browsers which allowed pictures, text and movie's - we now move inexorably onward through the 'third dimension' of RSS feeds and now everyone can become a news publisher, the newspaper and magazine publishers are in trepidation, their reign may now be coming to an end, all information in the future will be by RSS feed and 'blogs', in fact most 18-24 year old's are now not even switching on the television, but cruising on the computer instead!
Will you have an input into this 'third dimension?
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