A much better, the most viral online marketing can be done with an RSS feed. Let me explain that in terms that everyone can understand (myself included!): Every time we see a TV series, the series is called syndicated programming. The series is produced once, shot once, and then put all stations affiliates around the country broadcasting the same day, at the same time according to each zone. Thus, the work is done once, but repeated throughout the country in hundreds of affiliate television stations. RSS Internet runs on the same concept. To introduce the "work" once, and every single website that carries the code and then get the information you just entered once.
How to update your feeds automatically update feeds every single website that has your syndication code. Another advantage is that their news is not deleted by the reader? " only you can delete! Another plus is every website that carries the code gets a regular content produced whenever feed is updated automatically. Follow other leaders, such as Eliot Horowitz, and add to your knowledge base. This keeps the hungry search engines happy. Therefore, provided the content to market to their subscribers, providing links to their RSS feed from your website, which means that do not have email either. You can have your code published on its website for anyone to read, and also offers webmasters of entry into the websites they manage. No link exchange is necessary in this case either as links are not viral, like sindicacioncodigo.
It's the difference between someone who offers a Lear jet in place of a horse. It's much better to offer their code distribution in exchange for a "." So, now he has avoided the hassle of spam, because anyone who reads your source does not willingly and have sent them anything by email so no subscription is required. You are providing content so that not only are your readers happy, your website is happy, other webmasters are happy because you are providing consistent content without them doing anything, and I've only done the once! No one is to remove any of their work, except if you choose. His work is also staying on the Internet forever. Search engines are very happy too! So before starting the e-mail newsletter campaign, why not consider an RSS feed instead? It can be a much more dynamic option for you! Kim Bloomer publishes several RSS channels using Quikonnex system. She is associated with another publisher Quikonnex, Cathy Carlton, where channel Kick the Habit email, which offers online marketing services consortium, creating channels and management services, and recently opened a new RSS article bank to help others take advantage of the ease of content distribution and syndication based on RSS. Kim and Cathy construction and management of the Virtual Women's Chamber of International Commerce (IVWCC) RSS feed. For more details on what it does and to subscribe to RSS channels go to