RSS Feed is Important to our blog?

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Create new blog after submission in RSS feed is important to our blog.
please clarify !!!

A RSS feed is web feed that your users can subscribe so they can keep in touch of whats going on with your website without having to go to the actual website.Heres some resources on what RSS feeds are.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS_(file_format)

http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/12/18/dive-into-xml.html

RSS feeds are important! They let your users keep up to date with your blog.

It allows your reader to read your updates even though they aren’t visiting your blog.

that RSS feed used as a sitemap too by the search engines like google…

RSS feeds allow your readers to subscribe to your blog. It is easier for your readers to subscribe to their favorite blogs with a RSS reader because then they can read all their blogs in one easy to reach spot. So it’s good for reader retention.

RSS Feed is very important in many ways…one of them is if you want to make money from your blog…advertisers love to promote their products to as many people possible and if you have a big RSS subscribers list then advertisers are going love it…

Having an RSS feed can help you monetise later on as you gain subscribers. Best to use it if it’s available.

BlakeAnthony summed it up pretty well.

I don’t revisit new sites/blogs which don’t have RSS feeds. And if the feed isn’t handled properly I tend to remove them from my feed reader quickly. Too many posts, posts which are too long, posts which are too short or have too many photos usually get ditched by me. And feeds which post the same thing twice are definite no, no and irritate their subscribers badly.

? Why would Google use an RSS feed as a sitemap?

Without a feed you wouldn’t have any subscribers :stuck_out_tongue:

RSS feed is very good for search engine to visit your blog updates, you need to submit your rss to search engine for blog directory.

RSS feed is very good in terms of blog content. Getting more articles related to your blog is more critical for blog success IMHO. It all adds up and helps to get more traffic on your blog.

-Richard

I understand what RSS feeds are I would like to know how do you pick and choose what part of a RSS feed you want to use?

Like let’s say I have a RSS feed of over 3,000 products, but what I want to know is how can I pull one or two items from the feed instead of displaying the whole feed.

Thanks,
Kevin

It really depends… most people dont use rss and if you are blogging for the joy of blogging it isnt needed. I fyou want to syndicate it and make money its very important.

Yes RSS is very important. It notifies search engines about the update of your blog and your visitors are too informed the recent post at their inbox.

RSS feeds make your blog more search engine friendly. You can use feed burner.

RSS feed is really very important for a blog as if any user like your blog then that user will subscribe rss of that blog and get noticed as soon you update blog with new post.

RSS tells your subscribed members about your blog update. The updated articles are sent to their INBOX but there is possibilities of loosing traffic. Many subscribed members read the articles from their INBOX and DELETE the mail their itself without visiting the original Article.

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RSS is a standard format for syndicating content on the Internet. The content can be anything! Often information contained in an RSS feed is syndicated on other sites which expands its reach.Website visitors love RSS because they choose which feeds they wish to subscribe to, if at any point they are unhapy with the content contained in the RSS feed they simply unsubscribe and no longer receive notification of feed updates. RSS is really a win, win for both subscribers and publishers.

In order to get a better understanding of how RSS works download an RSS reader or use a web aggregator and subscribe to an RSS feed (they are usually indicated by a small orange icon).

Rss feed helps you to get more visitors to your site, each and every updation of your blog will reach the subscribers.

It also allows thieves to steal content from you and republish it on their autoblog, some credit you some stripped your link completely. So yeah its a trade off.