Beginner Affiliate Marketing Tips – How to Use RSS Submission to Increase Your Affiliate Profit
Building links is the most important thing you can do to help boost your niche sites up in the search engine ranking. I know you have heard me say this before, but I’m gonna say it again and again and AGAIN, until it sinks in.
I know it takes some doing, because it took me a while to really GET it too.
Today I want to talk about the power of RSS submission.
RSS submission ~ What is it?
Just about every page on the internet has an RSS feed. If it doesn’t you can probably make one for it. I’m talking about all the places you go to build links, blogger blogs, squidoo, knol, vox, even myspace blogs have an rss feed.
You can take each and every one of these feeds, and your money site feed, of course, and submit it to directories. These RSS directories are similar to article directories. People can go to them to search for information or sites related to what they want to know about.
Cool things about RSS directories
1. Each time you update your blog, lens or site your RSS listing updates as well.
2. Your titles become the link back to the post in your RSS feed. If you use your keywords in your titles (as you KNOW you should be) you have created a perfect anchor text link back to your site.
3. Not only are these directories great for building links but they also rank in search engines as well.
Submitting to RSS directories is one of those monotenous tasks we as internet marketers have to do. Yeah, it’s not fun and in fact, it can be pretty mind numbing, but it works. So take the time and do it.
Where to find RSS directories
Where can you find these RSS directories to submit to? You can also Google RSS directories or something similar and come up with directories to submit to. You can also look for blog posts that have listed quite a few of these RSS directories all in one post. Some of the links won’t work, but it will get you started pretty quickly.
Once you have a list the quickest and easiest way I have found to get through this process is to create a bookmark folder on your computer. Bookmark all the sites in one folder. You can then click the “open all in tabs” and they will all open at once, you can just click through and add your rss feed to each site. Close the ones you do as you go through. It takes me less than 10 minutes to get this done.