You could take all your site pages, blog posts and off-site conent placements and submit them by hand to all the RSS directory sites, but it would be too time consuming to be worthwhile.
Instead, we’ll teach you here how to consolidate your material into single RSS feeds and then use one site to get all your content quickly spread to dozens more sites Pinterest alternatives around the web!
Typical Use Examples
Mass Distribute Existing RSS Feeds:
- Your Blog’s RSS Feed –> Submit Once to Dozens of RSS Directories
- Your Website’s XML Sitemap Feed –> Submit Once to Dozens of RSS Directories
- Web 2.0 sites (Squidoo, Tumblr, HubPages, etc.) and article directories (EzineArticles, GoArticles, etc.) RSS feeds –> Submit Once to Dozens of RSS Directories
Create An RSS Feed From Any List of Links:
- List of Miscellaneous Backlinks –> Create A Single RSS Feed –> Submit Once to Dozens of RSS Directories
- Take A List of Any Backlinks, Article, PDF, PPT, Video or Bookmark URL submission list –> Create A Single RSS Feed –> Submit Once to Dozens of RSS Directories
Easily Share Your Quality Content
We always recommend creating and sharing quality content online instead of relying on backlink trickery to increase your rankings and traffic.
But there is nothing tricky or unsavory about further distributing your content via RSS feeds and directories. Here’s what Google says about RSS in general on their own RSS feed site Google Feedburner:
“Publisher Bottom Line: Feeds permit instant distribution of content and the ability to make it ‘subscribable.'”
A Quick “What Is RSS?”
You probably already know what RSS is, but just to be clear as we move forward: RSS is the way to distribute a site’s content. It’s accessible via a specific URL or by clicking the familiar orange RSS button at right.
WordPress blogs have an RSS feed (righthandplanning.com/feed) and cnn.com has many RSS links organized by topic (cnn.com/services/rss/).
Two Reasons To Use RSS Submission Sites To Promote Your Content
- You want to submit all the pages from your website or blog to RSS collection and distribution sites to make them available to people and sites looking for RSS feeds
- You’ve submitted your content elsewhere such as articles, video, PDF or Infographs and to other sharing sites such as Squidoo, HubPages, etc. and you want to convert the resulting links to RSS feed links in order to increase the visibility to search engines and visitors
How To Get A List Of All The Links From Your Website or Blog
If you are using WordPress, the RSS for your blog posts (only, not pages) is found at yoursite.com/feed. This is the RSS for your blog posts only, it will not include your site’s Pages.
To get a list of all Posts and Pages from your WordPress site you have to have an XML sitemap creator plugin installed. Then the link to all your Pages and Posts will be yoursite.com/sitemap.xml. This will also work with any other type of site that uses an XML sitemap.
You’ll only need to submit one of the above URLs – choose the.xml link to submit all your site’s pages and blog posts, or use the yoursite.com/feed URL to submit only your blog posts.
Web 2.0 sites such as Squidoo, HubPages and Tumblr also have RSS feeds containing lists of your submitted content as do content sharing sites such as EzineArticles. See their instructions for how to find the RSS feed for your content (be sure to find the RSS for your account specifically and not the RSS for the main site).
How To Remove Irrelevant Site Pages Before RSS Distribution
If you don’t want to include these pages in the RSS feed you’ll be mass distributing then highlight all the links, paste them into a spreadsheet and delete the irrelevant links.
Then copy the remaining links and paste them into the RSS Holder site shown below to create one link to submit to the Bulk Ping RSS Submit page (not the BulkPing site!) discussed below.
Mass Distribute All Your Content Distribution Links Via RSS
In addition to submitting the RSS feeds of your website, blog and specific content sharing sites you can s and submitting them to RSS directories, you’ll probably also want to do the same with your content distribution.