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Create An Rss (Without Website) To Feed Ifttt


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#1 MatthieuFR

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Posted 04 November 2013 - 03:25 PM

Hello,

(sorry for my English i'm gonna try the best I can to explain my request :) )

 

I use IFTTT in order to push some webpages in Google (to give them juice).

 

Now I would like to push some directory pages (where I signed in with my money site). For that, I think I need to create a RSS with extracts of the descriptions and the URL where my backlinks are. The must beautiful could be able to publish a random extract with its URL each day.

 

 

With this, I will be able to feed my social account through IFTTT and push the second level of my SEO.

 

First, did you anderstand what i'm looking for ? ^^

Second, do you know how can I do that please ?

 

Thank you very much :)



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Posted 05 November 2013 - 04:44 AM

And IFTTT is???

I use IFTTT in order to push some webpages in Google (to give them juice).

 
Whatever it is doesn't provide 'juice' in Google, you need REAL Content and REAL links to do that.
 

With this, I will be able to feed my social account through IFTTT and push the second level of my SEO.

 
"Second level of SEO"?????????????????
 
Reading the Tips for New SEOs articles should be your next task and learn what SEO really is.
 
 

First, did you anderstand what i'm looking for ? ^^
Second, do you know how can I do that please ?

Yes but you are looking in the completely wrong direction.
 
Second: Read the Tips for New SEOs articles again.


Edited by chrishirst, 05 November 2013 - 04:45 AM.


#3 MatthieuFR

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Posted 05 November 2013 - 04:53 AM

Hello chrishirst,
 
I do great content for the directories and of course my money site. But here, it just a part of my strategy to give juice to those spots where are my backlinks.
 

Yes but you are looking in the completely wrong direction.

 
I think not, I think that could be a great little part of my netlinking strategy.
 
But I don't know how to creat these RSS feed, can you help me about that please ?


IFTTT is this :ifttt.com

Edited by chrishirst, 05 November 2013 - 05:09 AM.


#4 chrishirst

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Posted 05 November 2013 - 05:30 AM

IFTTT is this :ifttt.com

 

 

So just the usual pointless load of junk that distracts you from doing anything truly useful then.

 

 

I think not, I think that could be a great little part of my netlinking strategy.

 

Wrong on both counts!!

But of course you are perfectly free to head off in the wrong direction any time you wish

 

 

But I don't know how to creat these RSS feed, can you help me about that please ?

 

As you can probably tell, it's not something that I have EVER looked at and it is even LESS likely that I would consider ever using it.

 

XML content feeds in RSS format are ONLY useful if you already have a website with active users that WANT to read whatever USEFUL [to them] content you churn out using RSS readers instead of actually visiting your website. They are a MARKETING tool and as such have little or nothing to do with real SEO.

 

So if you don't want people actually visiting your URLs and are happy to give away your content for scrapers and aggregators to make verbatim copies of it, RSS feeds are perfect.



#5 MatthieuFR

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Posted 05 November 2013 - 06:12 AM

Thank you for your tips chrishirst even if I'm TOTALLY DISAGREE with you.

 

So if you don't want people actually visiting your URLs and are happy to give away your content for scrapers and aggregators to make verbatim copies of it, RSS feeds are perfect.

 

Indeed, that's what I asked in my first message.

 

Can someone could help me about the creations of theses RSS feeds please ?



#6 Jill

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Posted 05 November 2013 - 07:14 AM

how to create rss feeds






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