There are lots of kinds of traffic, and many ways to generate it, but the very best is the people who keep returning to your site. You know we’re talking about RSS feeds in this article, and simply making an effort to market your RSS feed and get subscribers will help to get returning visitors to your site.
The most common and effective means of getting more subscribers to your RSS is to always give out great content. That’s right; even though this tip might seem to be really common, it works all the time. This is so important because nobody is going to want to subscribe to your RSS if you don’t produce something they want or need. If you want your traffic to visit your blog again, and look at the content you’ve produced, you must make that content as engaging as possible. Quality content merely refers to content that is new, that offers something of value, and that is easily readable or watchable. If you’re in a good niche market then this shouldn’t be that difficult. Having quality content will push your readers to subscribe to your RSS feed so that they can stay updated. When you have your subscription base, make sure you keep them satisfied so that they will stick around. And if your content is always good, you shouldn’t have a problem with this at all. Even though we have discussed three strategies related to mark ling here, try to have an open mind in your approach to using them. You never want to find your self in a situation with your business that causes you to have a narrow view of the marketing world. Jog your brain, clear out the cobwebs and try to use a creative approach with these methods in what you are doing now. It is not necessary to do a full-blown campaign if you liked something you read about, here, and that is the beauty of running limited testing. It is really not in your best interest to try a marketing method when you do not have all the pieces together in terms of knowledge. No need to stress over things such as feeling really inadequate and without confidence; that will all go away in due course. You will have every reason to be optimistic here, and why should that not be the case, ever? There is a particular way to spread your reputation around the web, in your market, and that is by guest blogging in blogs that are within your niche. Small business and online entrepreneurs have used the guest blogging approach before blogs were invented but it was on static sites. What you’re basically doing here is offering other blogs unique content that they can post in exchange of a link back to your own blog. Naturally you’re goal is convert the new traffic you receive into RSS subscribers or even email subscribers. Of course it’s always smart to work on your optins, so you can have people land on a page in which your RSS and email subscriptions options are both available. Tbese people are terrific prospects for you because they read your article, liked it, and have decided they want to know more about you, or your site. Alternatively, you can also ask other bloggers to write a guest post on your blog. You’ll reap the same benefits as the other person because you’ll receive new and fresh content while using that to create fresh traffic. In case you’re wondering where the new traffic comes from – the person doing the guest writing will of course post a snippet of content on his/her site including a link to the content on your site.
Let’s talk about something that’s really obvious, make it super easy for people to subscribe to your feed. You can insert a feed subscription link or button after each article. The only thing you can do is the best you can and keep doing that – that’s all anyone ever does who succeeds. In time you actually may or may not see any activity, it all depends on you and your market.
You can help your efforts and business by borrowing from email list building and offering the ethical bribe for RSS subscribers. None of this is hard, but you do need to follow some time-tested marketing principles.