Creating Awareness, Building Leads with RSS Syndication

Simply put, RSS is a unified method of displaying data aggregated from the many different ways websites present data.

The rss protocol provides a unified way for websites  to provide content that can be read, understood and presented by many rss readers and syndication websites, and this is where it comes in very handy for us to build and share our Trust making links to the world and to the search engines.

90% of these Web2.0 sites have rss feeds associated with the accounts you create on them- These rss feeds contain the content you supply to these accounts, including your Trust making links.

But it gets better… If the web 2 sites utilize “no follow”  attribute tags as mentioned previously, these are Not Present in the RSS feeds. This is the really cool part right here!

When you submit your Rss feed to one of the many rss feed aggregators, these Rss aggregators, display the “contents” of your Rss feed live on their websites as normal web content, including your links pointing to your website, and links back to your web 2 website account, giving this web 2 address some nice trust rankings to boot!

So as you can see this is a beautiful thing for those of us wanting to leverage the trust of web 2 sites and aggregator websites. Google “rss aggregator top list”,  to find a list of rss aggregators that u can submit your rss feeds to. I  use a very simple rss feed submission tool from Ksoft Software called : RSS Suubmit.

Download RSS Submit – submit your RSS feeds to over 65 sites with one click!

Some of the better rss aggregators even have rss feeds for your account, once created, so guess what? You can submit this newly created rss feed to other rss aggregators to provide trust links back to your new rss aggregator account, “and” the content you have submitted to your original rss aggregator account.

Starting to see the big picture here? Feeds within feeds all containing and providing trust links to you web 2 accounts and the content you have provided within them, it just goes on and one. Here’s some examples:

You have a YouTube account, and you produce videos and submit them, plus a link in the first line of your description back to your own website. This is great- you expose your video on YouTube and expose your website to the world via your link, and this links passes on some trust weight to your site as well.

Ready for the Power? In addition, this account you have on YouTube has it’s own rss feed! Now, imagine if you submit this rss feed to just 10 of the top rss aggregators on the web… This means that these rss aggregators will present the contents of your rss feed (this being your video content plus your sites link in the description), so you have effectively created a whole bunch of links to your specific YouTube account URL.

This provides your YouTube account URL with a lot of trust weight in itself, meaning this account URL will rank strongly, as will the links to your website you’ve scattered all over the place with very little effort.

It gets better: Your rss feed will be placed in many different sections of their site via the tags you submit, your feed will be placed in a separate section for every tag you supply. Better still, what if I said that you only need to submit this rss feed Once?

Yep, ONCE. And then every subsequent time you add a video and link to your YouTube account, this new content is then automatically updated in the rss aggregators without any additional work from you, that’s the beauty of rss!!

Potentially gaining 100’s of trust links from just one video submission, tons more if you have submitted your rss aggregator account links to other aggregators :) Say instead of just YouTube , you did the same with 10, 15, or 20 video directories??? Starting to get excited yet about the possibilities here? Well, don’t just yet… we haven’t even started!

You can follow exactly the same strategy with: Article Directories, SocialBookmarking directories, Tons of other web 2 directories, Free online blogs, and Podcast directories. Best thing is, this is all free to do and you can do it right now and start providing your websites with 100’s and 100’s of trustworthy links.

We know that rankings in the search engines are built on trust, so be prepared to start seeing your rankings climb! The beauty of using this method in combination of mixing rss feed sites together means that whenever you add content to your video, article, bookmarking, sites and blogs sites, any of them that have feeds, without doing anything else apart from adding content, you get trusted links back to your content on the video, article, bookmarking or blog relatively instantly, via the magic of RSS.

How simple is that? Simply put, when you add new content to a site that has an RSS feed, the RSS aggregators that you have submitted this feed to update your RSS feeds constantly on their own websites, including the contents of these feeds, including the links back to your website, thus passing on SEO Trust, without you doing anything at all.

Because these RSS Aggregator sites are already trusted entities in the search engines, we get another very valuable thing that happens. The Rss Aggregators display Your content on their site, if your content and keyword phrases are considered well, the listings of your content on these RSS aggregators also gets picked up by the search engines and can rank very very well and FAST. Sometimes within just minutes.

Your content can be ranking for your chosen terms in under 5 minutes of posting to your blog for example. After you have experience doing this, you can use this method for pure search engine ranking research. If your not too sure about the term you are looking at, you can use this method to test its rankings in just minutes. This is how I do it.

If I’m testing a keyword phrase to target in the search engines. I’ll post this content on a blog and see where the RSS Aggregators rank for this term. If its on the first or second page of then I know I can also get my site to rank for this term. If this Rss Aggregator ends up @ No 500 This is all the evidence I need to know that this is an incredibly tough keyword phrase to target and best to find a more suitable or less competitive term to target.

So this 5 minute test could potentially save me weeks or months of trying to target a phrase that has too much competition. This is very valuable information to have at hand, and so fast. If the Rss Aggregator does land on the first or second page I know I can tackle this niche in the search engines.

Typically the RSS Aggregators will rank higher than my site, especially if its a brand new domain, though using my trusted linking techniques I know that my site will surpass the Rss Aggregators for this term over time, roughly between 2 to 6 weeks, depending on the strength of the competition for this keyword phrase.

So as you can see, a proper RSS strategy is a key part of ANY SEO effort- ignore it at your peril!

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