Increase Subscribers To Your
RSS Feed With This 3 Minute Video

Increase Subscribers To Your RSS Feed With This 3 Minute Video

Many Blog Visitors Don’t
Really Know What RSS Is
Here Is The Cure For That
Very Fundamental Problem

There are few things better than a steady stream of
repeat visitors to your blog or Web site.

There is nothing more powerful to facilitate repeat visits than RSS feeds.

Unfortunately, if you mention RSS to many blog visitors, all you will get is a blank stare.

Orange   RSS Icon

Rather than going into an extended technical explanation that is guaranteed to still leave many confused, here is a free 3 minute video that explains in plain english exactly what RSS is and why it is so powerful.

RSS In Plain English

You’ll notice that this video RSS explanation is available in 5 different languages:

  1. English
  2. French
  3. German
  4. Portuguese
  5. Spanish

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Posted under RSS Strategies

This post was written by Robert A. Kearse on July 28, 2009

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