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Top 10 RSS embed approaches and strategies. Facebook, Tumblr, Blogger and more

 

What You will Learn Inside...

 

#1 - Embedding RSS feeds on almost any site or Web 2.0

 

Using both free and paid tools, we walk through steps to turn your RSS feed from either a YouTube Channel, or money site, or a Web 2.0 property into an evergreen link machine.

 

#2 - Creating Semantic value

 

In the age of RankBrain, there is no substitute for embedding RSS feeds into Semantic hubs. Fail to understand this basic insight, and you are largely wasting your time.

 

#3 - Power up your videos

This represents a breakthrough in ranking AND traffic. And it's dead simple to execute.

 

 

For both a video channel or money site, RSS presents an opportunity to push your links far and wide via syndication.  After all RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. But actually pushing your RSS feeds out to authority sites can be a bit complicated. We have compiled ten must-use strategies for embedding your RSS feeds into Google properties, powerful web 2.0s and more.

 

 

This a set of Super Advanced strategies.
But simple in application and execution.

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