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If you’re searching for link building tips on how to gain quality backlinks using your blog and RSS feeds, try skimming Google Trends for hot topics sure to build a plethora of inbound links. Although this SEO Tip is not rocket science, it is an effective method for building quality inbound links as a result of adding content to any site.

After watching the video, I suggest reading the power of RSS aggregation and syndication to ensure that your CMS (content management system) has what it needs to blog and ping its way to the top of rankings.

Also, don’t forget to add relevant tags your content to produce visibility. Tags and syndication help influential media sources and bloggers find your site which can translate into links. 

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About Jeffrey_Smith

In 2006, Jeffrey Smith founded SEO Design Solutions (An SEO Provider who now develops SEO Software for WordPress).

Jeffrey has actively been involved in internet marketing since 1995 and brings a wealth of collective experiences and marketing strategies to increase rankings, revenue and reach.

25 thoughts on “SEO Tips to Create Backlinks using RSS Feeds
  1. Data Entry says:

    Thanks for the nice info, i got this post through my wordpress admin page, through your plugin.Thanks

  2. Mostly linkbuilding is helpful for promotion of the website.The tips provided in this post are more helpful.

  3. Thanks a lot for these tips! :)

  4. I don’t know why I cannot watch the video, but I suggest that you tell the main information as text to avoid this phenomena take place again.
    I don’t know how many people use RSS feeds to learn news, because many friends around me don’t understand RSS.

  5. bookmark it! RSS feeds is a good idea.

  6. Morten says:

    Thanks again.
    RSS are for lazy SEO-guys ;-)

  7. @Data Entry: Thanks for visiting (and using the SEO Ultimate Plugin) we put a ton of features in there, and have many more scheduled for release soon.

    @Web Design: Internal links are just as important as external, but deep link percentages are also vital for individual keywords to become buoyant. This is why RSS is a great way to build natural links as a side-benefit of structured content creation.

    @ Marketingwissen: Sure thing, thanks for visiting.

    @ Chinese Visa: Video is hosted on Youtube, perhaps try typing the title there. Also, the entire point of video at least for us, it to cut down on the content creation time…and yes, RSS is a great way to augment other SEO methods.

    @Software Localization: Thanks for the props…

    @Morten: Your welcome, and if people are looking to scrape and use blog and ping methods, I agree RSS is lazy, however for your own content, always a good idea (since you never know who might link to you).

    All the best to you all and thanks for commenting.

  8. Well good post!Backlinks are a link to your website from another website.When they see the link on someone else’s site it sends the spiders over to your site and they index your site getting it placed on a search engine organically instead of you going over and entering it.This is one way to get traffic more on your website.

  9. RSS Submission is a solid way of building backlinks to your websites. You can use some sort of software to ease the process of submitting the RSS to many RSS aggregators.

    You can also generate an RSS feed out of a list of URLs (Profile Link URLS) to help them be indexed by google .

  10. SEO is getting more and more competitive day by day and ranking for a keyword takes that much longer. Traditional link building methods are not sufficient anymore. One has to look at other approaches such as via RSS feeds as you have mentioned in your post.

  11. Canaan_moore says:

    Many thanks for the useful info.
    But the link buildings through RSS feeds still work efficiently don’t they?

  12. Ankit says:

    hello , i’m just starting in this world of blogs
    I’ve been into SEO recently and gathering helpful information for this.
    and after reading your post it has become a little easier to me , thanks

  13. thanks for the tips. Do rss feeds still provide seo power through pinging sites that aggregate blog posts? or has this benefit become worthless due to abuse?

  14. Hey Chris:

    Deep links are deep links, depends on who pings and or does a trackback, but all you need are a few good links to give an internal page a boost…I would not stop using RSS for link building anytime soon, there is still value.

  15. sonali sen says:

    its really good and informative site. thanks

  16. Chris says:

    Great post I use hostmyrss to collect my html links into one feed.
    MMA Training

  17. Very well said regarding link building through RSS feeds. Been doing it for a couple of weeks now and I’m seeing good results already.

  18. RSS Feed is really a helpful tool! Not only does it updates your readers with your latest posts, it also builds strong links around the web.

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  20. newbie says:

    Thanks Jeff for this informative video. I’m new to SEO and have been finding ways to build links for my Garmin Nuvi 3790t website. I will definitely use this RSS method.

  21. Miguel says:

    Hi, i have postet here my list with high PR RSS aggregators. 38, more english and some german.

    Hope you enjoy

  22. Matthew says:

    I’m not sure how popular RSS feeds are… I checked out a huge statistics (based on over 40k international participants) that indicated 54% didn’t know what RSS was and 27% wasn’t using it at all.

  23. LTStajul says:

    Thats its really helpful for me. I really impressed when i read it.

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