Create A Pipeline Of Traffic With Mashable RSS Feeds

I can’t take full credit for what I’m about to show you but  felt you guys really need to implement this as part of your blog traffic building strategy.  Kim Roach of Buzz Blogger has a great post on How To Become A Link Building Ninja. In that post she talks about using RSS feeds and submitting them to RSS aggregators. Here’s the kicker. There is a site called RSS Mix which will let you combine all of your RSS feeds into one big mashable feed. The site will then spit out  a unique link for you to use and submit to RSS aggregators and directories.

That’s insane! So imagine mashing up all of your RSS feeds from YouTube, your blog, written articles, twitter, facebook, StumbleUpon, Digg, other social networks, etc and having it all delivered to the doorsteps of  hungry content readers. See where I’m going with this.  That can create some serious traffic for you. To put icing on the cake, all of your rss feed links are spread out on the  RSS directories and aggregators like butter  to wheat bread. You will have solid one-way back links to your site and build your link juice. Now that’s what I’m talking about! I have already started doing this and noticed immediate results. So below I have outlined these steps so you can start getting traffic from this nice traffic building strategy.

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1. Visit RSS Mix

2. Submit All Of Your RSS Feeds

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3.   Get Your Custom RSS Mix URL

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4.  Visit Top Rank Blog And Submit Your RSS Mix URL To Over 75 RSS Aggregators.

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6 Responses to “Create A Pipeline Of Traffic With Mashable RSS Feeds”

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  • Ultimate Lifestyle Project on February 15, 2010

    very interesting. thanks

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  • Peter on April 27, 2010

    Hi Sam, I saw you are promoting these Big Mike’s Bots. I have purchased 4 of them, but found that it failed most of the time, and i can not finishing entering all these Captcha. Since these Bots are so famous, I must have not used them right. Can you shed some light on this? Also how do you handle the Captcha? Thanks. This is a cool website.

  • Stephen on July 17, 2010

    I never know there is a feature to mash your rss feeds into one unique url. Thanks for sharing this with us. You are great!

  • Foto Galeri on November 7, 2010

    Great. Thanks for this tutorial.

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