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3 Techniques to Magnetize RSS Readers To Your Site

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Posted 15th February 2012 at 11:19 PM by tim_buchalka

RSS feeds are great for getting and keeping readers but when you use it unwisely you might run the risk of losing important site visits, simply because your readers don’t have any more reason to view your site.

In order for you to monetize your website or blog site and make it really profitable, you need to gain more site visits. The question now is, how do you manage your RSS feeds to obtain this goal?

The following tips will help you encourage RSS readers as well as accumulate good numbers of site visitors.

Write interactive posts

Ask your readers to leave feedback on your posts. You might also want to try posting questions which your readers can answer; encouraging them to comment on your posts and allowing them to take polls are the best way to get your readers hooked on your site.

Use Links

Grab the opportunity to place a link to any related posts on your site. And best of all, consider posting a list of your most excellent articles and link to all of them. This will allow your visitors to visit your site to read them again.

Publish excerpts of your article in the feed

Extracting some content from your site is a common strategy and a good way of getting subscribers to your feeds. However, this must be done with caution as your readers may think that they are being manipulated.

RSS feeds can be a very effective tool in gaining more web traffic when used correctly. Taking these 3 techniques into account and doing them carefully will definitely help you gather more RSS subscribers and visitors for your site.

For more information please read below;

3 Ways to Attract RSS Readers Back to Your Blog | Increase RSS - How to get web traffic with RSS and SM
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    David Sneen's Avatar
    Valuable article, Tim. You presented a problem which has concerned me, and provided me with 3 potential solutions. Thank you!
    Posted 16th February 2012 at 04:05 PM by David Sneen David Sneen is offline
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    Glad to help!
    Posted 20th March 2012 at 07:05 PM by tim_buchalka tim_buchalka is offline

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