Hot New Book Reveals the Secret for Using Blogs and RSS Feeds to Achieve Top Ten Rankings on the Search Engines

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Confused by all the hype about Blogging and RSS? Does it really work? Is it too late? Can you use it to get top rankings in Google, MSN and Yahoo? Hot new book reveals all.

Newly released, The RSS Mystery Solved, shows businesses how to rank their sites higher in the major search engines, Google, Yahoo!, and MSN within days.

The author, Scott Paton, has been sharing his strategies and tactics in sold out Marketing seminars put on by the Internet Marketing Center and others. Many of the participants report amazing results days after implementing Scott's easy-to-follow guidelines.

"The popularity of Blogs, with its cross-linking culture and fresh content, is revolutionizing how businesses are marketing their products and services on the Internet," Scott asserts. "By following my easy, step-by-step instructions any business can find themselves rocketing to the top of the search engines."

"What makes this such an exciting time is the changes Microsoft is making to its next version of Windows."

Microsoft has added a number of functional improvements including tabbed browsing, pop-up blocking and a built-in RSS feed reader to its soon-to-be-released Internet Explorer 7.

"When this happens, marketers will no longer worry about Spam and Spam filters. We will have 100% deliverability of our message to our audience. Of course, the reader has 100% control over whether or not they want to get your message.

"Writing good content that builds relationships will become even more important in the coming year." Many companies are finding click-through rates with RSS Feeds are 500% better than with email.

What is happening is as revolutionary now as email was ten years ago. According to Scott, "We have a blurring of the line between web sites and email. Marketers used to battle over getting their web sites to the top of the search engines. Then the war was over the Inbox. Now it is for the consumers' desktop. Imagine getting your message to you audience before they can even start their email program."

The advantages are:

  • Free
  • Quick set up
  • High probability of great search engine rankings
  • Lots of inbound links to your site
  • Easy updates and posting
  • Immediate delivery 100% of the time
  • Reader has total control of what they receive
  • No Spam issues
  • And don't forget the "Cool" factor....

"I have the top two spots on Yahoo! for my keyword. Thanks to your advice and strategies, I beat over 280 thousand other sites!"

~~ Yasiv Marin


One of the Internet Marketing Center's top Mentors, Scott has worked with hundreds of businesses, assisting them in increasing their businesses or starting new ones. Last fall, he started researching the Blogging phenomenon and was amazed at how difficult the information was to understand.

He wrote 'The RSS Mystery Solved' initially for his fellow Mentors at IMC. After getting standing ovations for his talks on Blogs, Podcasts and RSS Feeds at the IMC Internet Millionaire's Protege Bootcamp in Orange County in August, Scott has been invited to speak in NY, Florida, Canada and the UK this fall.

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Scott Paton

The RSS Mystery Solved



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