12 Tips to Optimize Your WordPress RSS Feed


12 Tips to Optimize Your WordPress RSS Feed
Sharita Mcfall

Do you want to optimize your WordPress RSS feed? RSS feeds provide an easy way for your users to subscribe to your content. However, not many beginners know about how to make the most out of WordPress RSS feeds. In this article, we will share 12 tips on how to optimize your WordPress RSS feeds and boost your subscriptions.

12 Tips to Optimize Your WordPress RSS Feed
Maxine Strickland

Do you want to optimize your WordPress RSS feed? RSS feeds provide an easy way for your users to subscribe to your content. However, not many beginners know about how to make the most out of WordPress RSS feeds. In this article, we will share 12 tips on how to optimize your WordPress RSS feeds and boost your subscriptions.

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Monique Rodriquez

Feeds are delivered to the aggregator, which is often called a “feed reader.” After some exploration, you’ll notice that there are three main types of RSS readers: online RSS services, native RSS apps, and offline desktop clients. Not all options allow for both, so be sure to check before committing to one. Readers run automatically in the background, finding new articles as soon as they’re published. It can be very handy when a feed allows for syncing on multiple devices. It’s great to read on the go and the option to keep things up to date on mobile certainly comes in hand.

Optimizing Your WordPress RSS Feeds
Eustolia Wilks

Most of your focus on optimizing your WordPress sites is probably on the look and feel of your design and the layout of specific things. Getting that content to display as perfectly as possible. Given that fact it’s a shame we spend as close to none time on optimizing our RSS Feed output. Sure, we hook our feeds up to Feedburner, but most don’t even select the ‘Optimize Feed’ option. Which is strange considering the ratio of people that view your content via RSS versus the actual site.

10 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your WordPress RSS Feed
Jonah Barnette

The same goes for blogs that have a variety of authors. If a specific author’s content resonates with an audience, it would be great to showcase their individual feed separately so readers can follow the ones that interest them. However, in terms of promoting author-specific syndication feeds, you’d be best off embedding them right within the author’s profile. This tutorial from Dailyhosting will show you how to do that.

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