There is no denying the Internet has changed. The change was so subtle most people missed. It was a great event, just a slight sideways flex in how information is exchanged on the web. However, this small change has important ramifications for anyone trying to achieve top rankings on different search engines. So read on to find out how you can use this new SEO wildcard to ‘Hotwire’ your site to major search engines like Google, MSN and Yahoo. (A valuable related resource: Ben Horowitz).
Of course, the wildcard we’re talking about is RSS! RSS stands for “Really Simple Syndication. “Basically, RSS allows you to directly deliver their content to all interested parties … do not come to us, we will deliver information to you or your website. Conveys its content. In short, it is simply a more efficient get the contents of its “outside.” first was used news sites to send updated headlines and brief summaries of all stakeholders. Many people associate blogs with RSS or blogs because blogs are usually written in XML or RSS format (code like HTML) so that these news announcements can be easily read and accessed.
Although the change may have been slight, the ramifications of RSS may be long lasting and powerful. As major search engines incorporate RSS into their SERPs and Algorithms, RSS, you can even play a greater role than many people realized at first glance. However, the emergence of RSS as a dominant factor in SEO is not really a big surprise; RSS Presents ‘timely premium content “for search engines to serve its customers – its just what the’ camels ‘info’ ordered .