As you add content to your site
wouldn't it be nice if it: * Was highly relevant to your
content? * Was written for you so you could be doing other
things? * The type content that the Search Engines would
rank high? * Content that was constantly fresh and
relevant for your visitors? * The type content that makes
visitors want to come back everyday to read?
If you can answer yes to just some of the above questions
then you need to read on. This is a little trick I learned
that only took me about five minutes to implement. With
the reverse linking method I used and with this method I
was able to get my page rank, with Google, from zero to
2/10 within one week of re-submitting my home page to
Everywhere you turn people are talking about "RSS"
feeds and "Blogs". What if I could show you how
to add an RSS feed to your site - with just a few lines of
code and couple clicks of teh mouse? And what if this news
feed constantly updated itself and was written just for
your site? Interested?
Here's how you can do it.
Go to the site www.AnyRSS.org and follow the simple
directions. The "AnyRSS" is a simple but very
powerful tool allowing you to generate custom RSS news
feeds for any Niche subject and posting them on your site.
To use the tool enter one to three, of your selected
keywords, in the search box and click on the button
"Generate Feed Url".
In the first box is an url and in the 2nd box is a snippet
It" button and look at the results it produces. If
this is satisfactory then go back and copy the "url"
notepad. Save this information - and remember what
directory you saved it in.
Go to your site and decide on what page and where on that
page you want the feed to be placed. If you are using just
the link then write the "url" link information.
Cut and paste, or upload, the link to your site. Remember
with this option your visitors will have to
"click" on the link to see the information and
it will be in a new window AND they have left your site
the visitor can "read" the news on your page
without "clicking" anything OR leaving your
paste the code to the area on your page where you want it
to appear and save it. If you are using Front Page, or
DreamWeaver, to write your own pages, then you should
already know how to insert new code into your pages.
This feed is changed every 12 hours, sometimes more often.
The great part is your visitors do not need any special
"readers", etc. to read this information. And,
like I said it, is extremely relevant, and free content,
for your site. The best of BOTH worlds!
You Deserve Success,
Michael Domeck www.The-Best-Light-Houses.Com