A to Z about RSS
Having spent thousands of dollars creating your website, you feel it does
nothing to promote your organization. Should it not help you grow your
business at least to some extent, when so much pain is involved?
You are on a long hunt for a suitable method of conversational marketing
on Internet, which can replace the so-far passive Internet marketing.
Visitors do not trust web contents unless its credibility is clear.
You wish to give a distinguishable look to your company with the help of a
blend of audio and video elements in your website.
Whichever category you may fall into – the former or the latter – here comes an
incredible solution, to your long-pondering questions! A drastic change from
traditional solutions to a highly effective methodology – RSS is the buzzword,
creating waves in today’s Internet world. RSS, an acronym for Really Simple
Syndication or Rich Site Summary, is a very cost effective method to bring your
information to your clients and ‘to-be-clients’. It is a viable alternative to produce
effective solutions to your numerous business needs.
RSS opens a new gateway to ever-flooding effective business strategies, never
existed before, and creates a new dimension in the way you reach out to the
public. When you, as a marketer/ businessman/company, decide to promote your
business through the marketing strategies of Internet, try to take the maximum
advantage of this interactive medium. When your website does not engage
visitors, then your web-based promotional efforts have been crippled. What are
the means to attract visitors to your website, when there exists a million dollar
question – whose website to visit? Given innumerable choices, just think of the
visitor’s plight to decide which one and whether he wishes to really come back
after his first visit.
RSS has a lot of advantages over the other existing methods, to turn it into the
most sought-after, powerful, influential tool, which will take over the Internet world
very soon, if understood fully and properly. It is basically a ‘push-based’