Most bloggers today learn or have embedded RSS feeds in their blogs. RSS feed is one of the most valuable tools to increase the traffic and awareness of a blog. RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication" and is exactly what the name promises. Easily share your blog with thousands of readers.
In short, RSS uses a programming language, XML, to advertise every new post in a blog. Either the entire post or a summary of it is distributed immediately (or "syndicated") so that readers know that something new is on the blog and new readers can discover the blog.
There are a variety of ways blog syndication can be syndicated. The syndication could have been done by other website owners who found the blog post interesting or relevant to their niche. They in turn have posted the blog post on their own website. Most blogs have been waiting for this kind of syndication for a long time. That's why most bloggers use a smarter and more efficient method. They syndicate their content using a feed reader program.
By distributing the word of a new post via a feed reader, the content is made available to a wider group of people within a very short time.
If you use a feed reader, bloggers do not have to wait for other sites to see their content or even their content as relevant. You can actually drive it yourself. People who read the Blogger post via the feed reader, enjoy reading or find the post interesting visit the site and become regular readers.
Many good, interesting blogs lose their readers because readers simply forget to go back and look for updated information. This is a frustrating fact for bloggers. However, using RSS feeds fixes the problem. Readers receive a notification when something new appears on a particular blog. You can think of the notification as a reminder to check out the blog again.
Readers are often interested in more blogs than they can realistically understand. In this case, RSS feed readers are a very useful tool for tracking hundreds of blogs because they do not have to click on each blog to see if new content has been posted. You will now receive notifications about the feed and easily get the information you are interested in quickly.
In today's context, most bloggers agree with RSS feeds. They provide this button on their websites so interested readers can sign up and receive notifications of new content in their great blog. These buttons, which read either XML or RSS, even appear on popular websites across the Internet.