Saturday, April 18, 2009

The Advantages of RSS (Real Simple Syndication)

By Clif Ray Posey


RSS is an acronym for Really Simple Syndication or can also be stated as the Rich Site RSS is an acronym for XML is utilized for distributing your news headlines through the Web that is known as Syndication. The real power of RSS is indicated in the term Syndication. You can get information or messages across the web instantly to your websites, your readers and/or subscribe

RSS is a simple technology that helps to distribute your information whether it is Product Reviews, Special Offers, Resource Announcements and Articles by syndicating across the net. The more the readers, subscribers and websites that opt to your RSS feeds the more targeted traffic will be received free from their websites.

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In order to take advantage of this simple technology, you can start by setting up a blog, as Blog's are RSS ready. The users get all the needed information without having to search much around from one web site to the other for new content and the best advantage is that, the website that distribute content through this way gets easier and more exposure.

The RSS readers or aggregates can be defined in two categories such as the Web-based and the Client Software. The Web-based applications are distributed and it is used from the hosted website remotely and can also be used within a web browser and hence it does not need any other software. The Client Software are aggregates that needs to be downloaded in your computer and are either a stand alone piece of software or a part of large piece of software that can be used for reading the RSS feeds. At present, there are many down loadable software programs available in the market, which are large and very complex in function and design.

You need to use RSS, as it helps you keep yourself updated with the accurate and best information available on the web. Your favorite sites need not be checked manually. As you start subscribing to the RSS feeds that you prefer, it will inform you of the news that occurs and save you valuable time that can be utilized to monitor your important business activities.

The users can very conveniently deliver their Internet content to the publishers to deliver their information to the end-users. It is much better as compared to the alert services of the e-mail content that can send you e-mail messages each time the content that is of your interest is published on the specific web site. It lets you to know that a new article is posted on the Web of your interest. All you need to start with the RSS is a News Reader, software that verifies the feed and allows you to read new articles that are added.

In short, RSS connect people in the real time and you can publish the contents and increase website traffic and also rankings of Search Engines. It assists you to generate new subscribers, get valuable feedback and increase affiliate sales.

About the author: Cliff Posey, owner of CRP Marketing, owns and operates webbusinesstoolsonline.com Cliff has also operated several other successful web businesses including Love Song Cards and Radio Career Consultants. The content in this article was developed from his experience in these businesses and his continual research into further business improvements. This Blog is for discussion about web sites and web site traffic therefore your feedback is welcome.

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