Looking for a great internet marketing RSS feed? Well, since we use WordPress, we automatically have an RSS feed. Here’s our RSS feed:


If you’re trying to understand RSS, let me first say this. You do NOT need to understand RSS to use it and exploit it. We’ve put together a report called RSS Super Glue which explains this all very clearly.

Now, if you’re trying to first figure out RSS (i.e., Really Simple Syndication) just think about it as a publication and subscription technology. An an end user, you can subscribe to a feed very easily…

First, you right-click (or control-click, you’re a Mac user) on any orange RSS button or RSS link. You’ll see these RSS feeds all over the place. Here’s our feed again:


Just right click on that link then select Copy Shortcut (Copy Link to Clipboard, Copy Link Location), then paste that link into your favorite RSS reader. You can download an RSS reader, or you can use My Yahoo or iGoogle. 

If you’d like to experiment, subscribe to the PLR Model RSS feed. This is what it looks like, if you’re curious:


The PLR Model blog talks about private label rights (PLR). If you’re an internet marketer and you’re trying to really take your game to the next level, you’ve got to learn more about PLR. (Hint: Check out the PLR Model video as well. You won’t be sorry.)

Let’s keep going…

If you feel pretty comfortable with my two internet marketing RSS feeds, I want to help you get to the next level. There’s a lot that you can do with an XML feed that you might not know about.

Here are some examples:

1. If you use Twitter, then you automatically have an RSS feed! Here’s how to find your Twitter RSS feed. If you use Squidoo, then you can simply add that RSS feed to your Squidoo lens. Presto! You now have a Squidoo lens that is being updated every time you update Twitter. (We explain more tactics like this in RSS Super Glue.)

Hint: Follow me on Twitter. Nearly 1,000 people follow me.

2. I created a video called the YouTube RSS Feed Secret. As I write this blog entry, that video has been viewed over 43K times. A lot of people have watched that short video and it gets excellent reviews. Basically, I show you how to get an RSS feed from YouTube. If you paid attention to my note about Squidoo above, your mind should be swimming with ideas.

Hint: You can set up your own YouTube RSS feed and pipe it over to a Squidoo lens. Pretty cool, eh?

3.  You can set up RSS Radars. To keep it simple, just think of all the different ways that you can generate and consume RSS feeds. You can pump one feed to another page, and then pump that RSS feed to another page. For example, you could pump both your Twitter RSS feed and your various YouTube RSS feeds into a Squidoo lens. That Squidoo lens also has an RSS feed, which you can pump to other pages. This is the entire idea behind RSS Super Glue. (I’m not trying to pump that report, I swear. It’s just that I specifically created that report to discuss how RSS can change your internet marketing and online business.)

4. I strongly believe that Google is using RSS to dominate search. Remember, search is based on content and indexing. If you follow my comments about RSS Radars above, you’ll see all the “holes” that exist. You’ll also see how much information can be pumped from one place to another. My point is that when you use really simple syndication, XML and RSS, Google rewards you. They index you very quickly. In short, use RSS and your search engine optimization (SEO) efforts will pay off more quickly. You’ll get organic traffic sooner than you might otherwise obtain.

Hint: You might enjoy Google and the Dark Internet if you like my “conspiracy theory” about Google using RSS to dominate search.

That about wraps it up for now…

I’ll close this blog entry with a short commercial message. If you enjoy this kind of marketing material, and if you’re hungry for more, then I think you’ll really want to think about joining the Simple Cash Blog. Not only do we make all that complex mumbo jumbo easier to understand, we also mentor and help our members. And, members help other members make money online. Our community of 500+ members is smart and motivated.

Hint: Read our story about the creation of the Simple Cash Blog.

All the best,  

~ John S. Rhodes

p.s. RSS absolutely drives traffic. I’ve talked about that in the past. Twitter Followers are a list. Email subscribers make up your list. RSS readers are a list. That’s something you should keep in mind. RSS enables you to feed people great information, that they want, when then want it. That drives serious relationship building.

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