Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Shorten your learning curve and send blogs-RSS



Shorten your learning curve and send blogs-RSS


It is a kind of Enzine online. People kept blogs long before the term was coined, but the trend gained momentum with automated published systems, especially blogger.com. Thousands of people use services like Blogger alone.

Start your blog now and advance the crowd to vary. One secret I will share with you here before continuing is after setting up your blog to go to FeedBurner and follow the instructions to record your feed. Then post your feed by inserting the msn and yahoo chicklets into your blog.

Attention, you must be familiar with HTML so as not to make mistakes. If you are not sure, ask a friend. This information is for you if you are familiar with the web; if you are a newbie, it will take a little longer to implement it

Once the chicklets are installed on your blog, log in to them using their yahoo and msn IDs and add them to your my msn and my yahoo templates. From that moment, when you enter your blog, it will be automatically registered in msn and yahoo and will be transmitted to the web in addition to your RSS feeds. Once this is done, go to PingOMatic and ping your blog so that it gets indexed in a matter of days; No weeks or months.

These are the reasons why you should not ignore blog advertising:


Do you remember when all the search engines were free and the simple fact of submitting your websites included you quickly? Gone.

Then it was the pages of the FFA, they brought a ton of free traffic, created links to their site and were added to their mailing list like crazy. Did you try one lately? The safelists were a goldmine online for a while ... until less email accounts were introduced.

Website submissions can now take between 2 and 8 weeks to index. While blogs and RSS feeds can be indexed anywhere from 2 to 8 days, which one is best for you?

So once again I implore you to be one of the first in line and not be the last again. This is the new trend that is just beginning to move forward. Within a few years or months, you can sit and smile while watching the rest of the network explode to catch up.