RSS Subscriptions are a new kind of web bookmarks that guarantee a return visit. That's exactly why I think RSS conversion technology is an important topic to discuss. What makes a subscriber's visit easier? Any good question to consider when it comes to RSS feed. Here are some guidelines I've made based on my personal experience:
1. Create a "perfect match" content
90% of search engine traffic through each post and not my own. Sometimes this is a disadvantage for RSS conversions because their best posts are not visible to the surfer. You have to use the best blogger and write pure content with the "perfect match" mentality. "Perfect match" comments are ideal results that fans can find with search engines. 100% relevancy to a search query and serve as a perfect cause for your RSS subscription.
2. Creating Targeted Content
Most RSS subscriptions are triggered by content that is relevant to fan niche and frequently updated content. Your goal is to designate your target audience and create remarkable and useful content that you can rate as a news or a tip and can often be sent back.
3. Design a blog's eyeball
I often find web browsing and bookmarking with beautiful web designs that I can go back and admire later on. I often notice that a site's content does not matter to me as long as it offers good design and usability. When you design your site for RSS subscribers, you should:
- Create a warm color scheme.
- Understand the distinction between background and / or context of content
- Use CSS positioning and style (you can change anything when flying)
I will stay away from prefabricated templates for the following reasons:
- Everyone knows the classic template when he sees a
Prepare templates used are unprofessional if they are legitimate institutions (Matt Cutts and everyone
The site is a work of art that is accredited or dismissed. I definitely believe that a website was designed to affect all conversions as well as RSS conversions.
4. View your feed
Once I found a site that has been well-designed and perfected. Unfortunately, I spent too long on the "sign up for my feed" link. Finally, in the footnote I found a copyright comment. When placing a feed, keep in mind the following:
- Insert a link to the top (few visitors read on the drive)
- must be absolutely dead on the site )
- Insert an optional link to the buttom (for those who are from the beginning to the end of the article)
- Separate the link from the background
5. Provide direct subscriptions with popular aggregators
Before you can place a link to the page, you need to look at which RSS aggregators are used in the widest range. At the moment, I think the big three are Bloglines, My Yahoo and Google readers. This changes over time, but tracking the reader's popularity through Feedburner as it allows you to track the circulation of each feed through every RSS aggregator.
6. Select your feed manager
You have the option to provide a direct link to the XML file or use a service such as Feedburner to manipulate the feed . I prefer Feedburner because it allows my visitors to subscribe to multiple distributors, so I do not have to worry about some popularity. It is also equipped with some good meals to spice up the fodder.
7. Feeding Your RSS Feeds
I think it's always useful to have your feed visible on the web. There are many search engines that provide web pages to the feed and are based solely on content (such as Google Blogsearch). To get spiders in and out of the feed, submit them to the following libraries:
- and many more
. If I had only one exception, I would certainly go to the targeted content of building . With this option, the most relevant traffic can be achieved over time and with conversions with relevance. In this game you have to be extremely proactive or be patient because the results can change over time. One thing is certain: content and visibility are still the most important reasons behind that conversion.
Source by Ignat Drozdov