Enterprise RSS a focal point for employee information
Enterprise RSS is poised to become the focal point that employees turn to for information, eclipsing individual aggregators plus systems such as portals, intranets, and enterprise applications
Search Marketing and Web Design Firm Enables RSS Content Syndication for Clients
Another leading web design and search engine marketing firm has chosen PRESSfeed as their strategic partner to provide RSS feeds, web content syndication and social media options for their clients.
Social Media Press Release Made Easy For PR Profesionals
PRESSfeed's simple syndicaion system makes it a piece of cake to uplaod social media press releases to a website and into a feed for syndication
RSS, Content Syndication and Search - Part Six
Success in online marketing depends in to a large extent on being found in the search engines. And getting good organic search ranking (natural placements on a search results page, not the paid listings) is getting harder all the time.Content syndication using RSS is one easy and effective way to build one-way inbound links and raise your search rankings.
Social Media, Content Syndication and RSS Feeds: Part Five
Making your content part of Web 2.0. Now that your content is organized and distributed, use the syndication power of social media sites to get more visibility and more traffic.
RSS and Content Syndication Part Four: Categorizing Content
Now that you have a strategy for your RSS feeds, let's take a look at what content you might like to syndicate. Start by listing the target audiences you want to deliver your content to via RSS. Each of your audiences has different content needs, resulting in different groups of RSS feeds that need to be created.
RSS and Content Syndication Part Three - RSS Strategy
Internet Marketing is moving away from traditional search engine tactics - search engine optimization and page rankings are no longer so dependent on meta tags and on-page elements. Content syndication using an RSS feeds can increase your search engine visibility and drive qualified traffic to your website. But to get results, you must start with a sound RSS strategy.
RSS and Content Syndication: Part Two
How RSS Feeds Can Benefit Your Business If you do a search for RSS and marketing in either Yahoo News or the blog and feed search engine Technorati, you'll very soon realize just how fast the use of RSS is growing, Here are just a few of the comments made recently in the mainstream media and blogs:
RSS Feeds: Content Syndication as a Marketing and PR Strategy
Also called web feeds, RSS feeds are a content delivery vehicle - a method of getting new content out on the Internet and sharing it with others. This is the first part of a six part series on RSS and content syndication as a marketing and PR strategy
The Future of Search Lies with Content Syndication and RSS
Search Engine Rankings Are Influenced By Content and Reputation. In a recent interview about the future of search and outdated SEO methods, Matt Cutts of Google said it is useless doing traditional SEO on a site unless you also have enough good content and the reputation in your field to be a challenger.
Content Syndication - RSS Is A Powerful SEO Strategy
Content syndication is the next big thing in SEO. Even the Google engineers acknowledge that tweaking your tags and on-page elements are not as important as having good content and a reputation in your community.
Enterprise RSS Feeds - A Viable Messaging Medium
The rapid growth of content syndication and social media requires a new marketing and PR approach. The days when a static business website or a mass media press release could attract visitors and customers are long gone. The use of RSS and social bookmarking sites to manage and organize news and information is on the rise and marketers need to pay attention.
Broadband Growth Driving RSS Use
Customers are demanding RSS feeds. broadband users are more than three times as likely to use RSS (Really Simple Syndication) as a delivery method for their preferred Internet content than dial up users.
Content syndication builds good organic search engine optimization
RSS is powering online PR techniques that raise search ranking and brand awareness We are living in an attention economy - in an over-communicated world getting the attention of your audience is paramount. Until you have their attention you are not able to deliver your message. A content syndication strategy can get this valuable attention - it can boost your search engine rankings and attract qualified visitors to your website.
RSS feeds driving content syndication
Use, not adoption, is the trend to watch on the Internet. The 2006 Face of the Web report from Ipsos Insights highlights the fact that while Internet adoption is slowing, use is growing and changing. And the trend to the 'lways-on' digital lifestyle is being powered by RSS feeds.
Hosted Enterprise RSS Feeds Make Marketing Use Simple
As RSS adoption grows more and more companies are turning to RSS to deliver marketing and PR messages.
Blog, RSS and Podcast ADs Fast Growing
Blog, Podcast, RSS Advertising Grow Fastest Among Alternative Media, Surging 198% in 2005 and Forecast to Grow 145% in 2006
Enterprise RSS feed service solves IT security issues
Hosted feeds give marketing and PR professionals easy access to content syndication The fact that marketing, PR and IT have different priorities when it comes to web content has long been a thorny issue. At the 2005 Web Metrics Summit the need to bridge this gap was identified as one of the major issues in an organization, but as the use of RSS feeds as a content delivery vehicle for marketing and PR messages accelerates, this gap is only widening. A new enterprise RSS service solves this problem.
User Friendly RSS feed buttons reach a wider audience
Business owners and media publishers are seeing rapid growth of RSS subscriptions. USAToday.com reports that their RSS traffic is "rising month after month by orders of magnitude", even though they are barely promoting their RSS feeds.
RSS, Online PR and Brand Perception
Branding has been called the most powerful idea in business, yet few companies consciously take control of their brand and create it. Your brand is formed by the visual, emotional, rational, and cultural image associated with your company or product. Now that so many people are reading news and researching products and services online, their first point of contact with your brand is most likely to be online.