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Most Internet marketers don't realize the benefits of using RSS feeds as a form of promotion. Using RSS feeds can be a great way for you to get more advertising and marketing for your websites and so increasing your income.
In this article Kathy Jenkins explains how and why you should be using RSS feeds and some of the benefits that are associated with using those feeds.
Blog RSS feeds and content syndication have grown to become very useful sources of the latest news headlines and information that can be defined and selected by the reader. RSS, short for Really Simple Syndication, is syndicated content associated with newspapers, blogs, video and audio websites. Continue reading →
Google News RSS feed is one of the most famous RSS syndication services on the Internet, but there are many others. RSS feeds and content syndication have grown to become very useful sources of the latest news headlines and… Continue reading →
David was one of the first Internet Marketers I got to recognize and know when I first started marketing online. The reason I noticed and remembered him back then was because I was seeing him at several forum sites that I participated in and every forum post he made was to offer information or advice to other aspiring marketers. His depth of knowledge and willingness to dig deeper for answers for the benefit of other forum members impressed me incredibly.
Grasp-The-Nettle.com (GTN) caters to those who may be interested in learning how to work from home and make money as "affiliate marketers." Over the course of time GTN has come to have more links on it than there are stings upon a stinging nettle. Many - but far from all - of those links are affiliate links, which means that I may be PAID by the $eller if $omeone who clicks a link on this $ite actually buys the product or $ervice. When that happens it demonstrates (if only to me) what the point of this whole operation is. Is there a conflict of interest? I hope not and would be stung to the quick if I thought you thought so.