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What is RSS Feed?

jackandrewjackandrew subscriber Posts: 1
Hi friends,

What is RSS feed? How to add on website and What are the benefits?


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    alkalamba13alkalamba13 subscriber Posts: 1
    RSS feeds or really simple syndication is not a process,stuff like blog entries,notes or some podcats(from apple) are updated by RSS feeds,so that means that you'll be notified right at your home page about thing from other websites without going there and wasting 10 min in logging in,RSS feeds are now also compatible with e-mail.
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    sanjalisharma897sanjalisharma897 subscriber Posts: 0
    RSS formats are specified in XML (a generic specification for data formats). RSS delivers its information as an XML file called an "RSS feed", "webfeed", "RSS stream",or "RSS channel".

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    ankit007ankit007 subscriber Posts: 238 Silver Level Member
    RSS channels or truly straightforward syndication is not a process,stuff like blog entries,notes or some podcats(from apple) are overhauled by RSS feeds,so that implies that you'll be informed comfortable landing page about thing from different sites without going there and squandering 10 min in logging in,RSS bolsters are currently likewise good with email.
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    alex.thomsonalex.thomson subscriber Posts: 69
    RSS (Rich Site Summary) is a format for delivering regularly changing web content. Many news-related sites, weblogs, and other online publishers syndicate their content as an RSS Feed to whoever wants it.
    Importance of RSS Feed Submissions
    1. An RSS feed is important for your site because you can allow your readers to subscribe to your content. In turn, they can share these feeds on social networks. The process continues and your site can get exposure.
    2. Some search engines also allow you to submit your RSS feed and they use it to index your site.
    3. By RSS submission your posts get more backlinks, can be read by people, are indexed more easily...
    4. Reaching new audiences through syndication
    5. Improved search engine optimization
    6. Easier and less expensive vehicle for communication than email.
    7. An additional way to communicate with customers or potential customers.
    8. Website visitors love RSS feed, they just have to click your website’s RSS Feed so they can be updated via their RSS Feed account whenever you publish a new material. RSS submission gives your website free traffic.
    9. RSS is really a win, win for both subscribers and publishers.
    10. You will benefit from backlinks and expanding your reach by using RSS feeds.
    11. RSS feed Submission helps you to get totally free inbound one-way links with no reciprocal links required in return.
    12. Feed submission enables you to obtain the attention of your customers, fill them in with your latest news, and frequently update your content. This, in turn, increases the number of visitors and consumers to your links. Feed Submission is a simple method to refresh your website content without having truly making normal content updates.
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    ShreyaKoushikShreyaKoushik subscriber Posts: 24 Bronze Level Member
    RSS is an XML-based vocabulary for distributing Web content in opt-in feeds. Feeds allow the user to have new content delivered to a computer or mobile device as soon as it is published. A Web site that wants to allow other sites to publish some of its content creates an RSS document and registers the document with an RSS publisher. A user that can read RSS-distributed content can use the content on a different site. Syndicated content can include data such as news feeds, events listings, news stories, headlines.
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    veraajvermaveraajverma subscriber Posts: 117 Silver Level Member
    RSS (Rich Site Summary; originally RDF Site Summary; often called Really Simple Syndication) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video.
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