If you can cut and paste, there are tools on the entire network that will show how some even generate the file for you. But still there are certain guidelines to be followed with its feed to get a good result out of Yahoo – it’s not as simple as adding your feed now that there are more competing ads. Yahoo is still accepting new RSS feeds. Readers of my last book state that they are getting excellent results following my instructions, though initial inclusion no longer occurs at the same pace. Many markets have little food available, or none at all. Your site could fill that void.
That means you still have a chance at a first page ranking. Traffic it receives daily from my readers Yahoo just sounds like I like to brag. And I do, but that’s not the point. The point is, there is no place where you can even go buy the caliber of exposure to the quality of audience that reads feeds. The typical audience that accesses information by feed are also blog readers. A study this summer estimated that 69.3% of blog readers are 29-50 years old, and 40% of this audience are people with incomes over $ 90,000.
The type of surfer who subscribe to their feed has been pre-qualified themselves as an advantage, with a certain level of knowledge and interest in the subject, often on a professional level. And if you do not spend every post hitting them over the head with their sales pitch, which can be loyal and interactive. (If you do, they will be removed from their advance faster than they can mean spam.) And if you’re in the business of providing information you can use, so that shows how you can solve your problem, it’s like preaching to converts. If your product solves their problem, and prove you deserve the trust of this subscriber, you will also find the route to increased sales slope. The bottom line – this is The surfer’s favorite toy of power. And if your content is suitable for them, you need to learn to play.