One area where many internet marketers neglect is that of rss submissions. Many may submit their rss feeds to one or two directories but no more than that; which is a big mistake when they want to increase their traffic.
There are a number of rss submission sites with some requiring registrations and some not. Many of these are bulk standard sites bit there are a few that do serve particular niches and they serve these niches very well….
As part of the complete ‘traffic mystic secrets 2.0′ solution we have included RSS feed submissions as part of this experimental system. The results of the RSS submissions have been extremely promising and have increased traffic in the short term by around 5-10%. The results are looking very impressive.
The problem with RSS submissions however, is the time you have to take when you submit to all the RSS sites that you want to submit to. This will put many off and they will lose the benefits that RSS gives. I initially submitted to 35 of the top free sites and it took around 90 minutes to fully submit to them all.. this took around 2.4 minutes per site.
To make this easier I created an application to semi-automate the process. The software auto fills in all of the fields on the web pages for us and auto loads the RSS submission sites themselves; all you need to do is enter any ‘captcha’ code and press the submit. After using the software the time to submit reduced to under 10 minutes, which is a huge reduction in the time taken to carry this task out.
The 35 sites are free submission sites and another 15-20 registered sites have been added and also around 10 specifi niche sites.
I’m also in the process of adding in the following functionality:
- Blog Submissions
- Video Submissions (not in the initial version of the software)
- Directory Submissions (not in the initial version of the software)
- Secret Twitter Tool (not released till completed)
I’m going to be giving this tool away for free when I’m satified that any bugs are ironed out. I will be beta testing the application with some marketing friends from a past 30 day challenge team I was in.
I’m still not sure whether to release the software as a standalone application or rewrite it for the web and allows general use of it from this site. This is one I will have to think on… a web version would be easier for updates.
Well thats me for now.. this was just a quick update.