Using RSS to index the page for one night

As you know, Google is dealing with Google's blog. If you start a blog with them, they have their own site in the domain, which ranked ranking 32 of the world's most visited domains according to Alexa. What does this mean to you? If your pages are linked to a site with a high ranking, it will increase your site ranking. But it's a good idea to use this method. The real advantage of following this policy is that the pages are close to one night.

You will be running two services from and You do not have to limit yourself to Yahoo, but we're leaving here. If you have a blog on, the RSS feed for the published content is also available. By adding the RSS URL to the free "My Yahoo" page, it forces Yahoo and Google to talk to each other and what the content is talking about. You essentially seem to have both search engines that you have something to look at and there before sending the spiders to crawl your blog. Now that spiders crawl your blog, they crawl all other links you've published. If you update your blog semi-regularly and include any new links to the pages you've created or the affiliate programs to which you joined, these pages or links are indexed and often overnight.

So how do you do all this? In fact, not all that is difficult. Get started with blogging and get acquainted with how to publish and modify your blog's appearance and content. If you do not know the HTML that's OK, then there are plenty of help files that will show you exactly what to do. When you start your blog and when you sign up for new programs, try using the same unique username. For example, mine is TheBestWaytoCash. You can reduce to BestWaytoCash or TheBestWay or just to BestWay, depending on how many characters your site leaves. You can later find your unique name to see if your sites have been indexed.

After you create a blog, you want to add an RSS feed to an RSS reader. Let's start with the "My Yahoo" page. If it is not yet, get one. It's free and fun to do it anyway. On the "My Yahoo" page, find the "Add Content" link and click on it. The next page will have a large "Content Search" field. At the right of the blank field, you'll find a link with a small text that includes "Add RSS by URL", click here. On this page, an empty field appears, next to an "Add" button. Enter your RSS URL and click the "Add" button. Try mine with me to see how it works. The RSS feed is ( ). Ignore (). You will notice that the only difference between the regular URL and the RSS URL is at the end of /atom.xml. This is because /atom.xml means one of the currently used RSS feeds. More information about different types of RSS feeds in future articles.

From this point you can try to post new content to your blog as often as you can. Readers generally prefer shorter articles than longer, less frequent ones. You will get some readers if you want to see the content. In my next article, I'll show you how to increase your page rank and move indexed links up to the top of your search engine results.

Next time, good day and good luck.

Source by Scott Riedy

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