(PRWEB) April 4, 2005
If you publish content in RSS format, you've got a new avenue for building links and awareness of your web site.
Besides the 100 or so new search engines just for RSS feeds, there are directories of RSS feeds, and even RSS feeds about new RSS feeds (That's correct. Confusing, but correct). There are also information professionals who keep track of new RSS feeds. The new FeedSeed service from EricWard.com announces your feed information to these venues and others.
Said FeedSeed creator Eric Ward, "Most content publishers offering RSS feeds only show these feeds to visitors that are already on their site. This approach misses key opportunites to announce your feeds to the world and reach new people who aren't visiting your site."
The charge for the FeedSeed service is based on the number of feeds and subject. As an example, a recent announcement and submission campaign for three topical RSS feeds published by a financial news site was under $500.
FeedSeed also offer a service to identify all the key venues, including subject specific venues, and provide that submission list to you for your in-house use.
For more information, visit http://www.ericward.com/feedseed.html
or contact Eric Ward via firstname.lastname@example.org
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