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24 Ways to increase your RSS subscribers


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First, if you are asking "Why do i need to increase my rss subscribers?" then the answer is...

Companys pay you more money to review their product or advertise depending on the amount of rss subscribers you have. Would a company like microsoft want to pay a blog with 10 readers $1,000 to write a review on vista, or pay a blog with 100,000 readers $1,000 to write a review on vista? Obviously the one with the most subscribers. Then their product will get a bigger audiance and more people reading about it.

The 24 ways to increase your RSS subscribers is at the link below...

http://www.kedoa.com...ss-subscribers/

This is extremley helpful to loads of people who have blogs and websites. Let me know if i can add anything to the list, and if my post is good.

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Nice info, but seems to be a push for the site directly. Not sure if TOS allows this direct advertising unless it's in another section of this forum. Web Development is for people posting with problems.

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Oh, sorry.

Just wanted to share this with other people who have blogs and wahting to increase their rss subscribers.

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No problem. It is good information, but GTG has other sections for posting this information when there is no problem. FeedBurner seems to be a useful tool, too.

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