If you are blogging to promote a business or service, or to build your reputation in your chosen career field, you already know the importance of frequent postings.
How do you get those blog postings on a regular basis without running out of content? Some bloggers have used RSS feeds to fuel their blogs.
It may seem like the perfect solution. An RSS feed is a form of syndication used online. RSS stands for â€œReally Simple Syndication,â€ â€œRich Site Summary,â€ or â€œRDF Site Summary.â€ No matter what you call it, there are risks associated with RSS feeds.
One risk is that your blog will be filled with junk content. When you rely on an RSS feed for your blog, you are not offering original or meaningful content. Your readers will not benefit and might not return to your blog again.
In addition to junk content, RSS feeds also often lead to duplicate content. If you are trying to build a reputation as an expert in any particular field, you do not want to have the same content on your blog as someone else.
Meaningful content (whether you write it yourself or have a team of ghost writers blogging for you) is key to successful blogging. Duplicated content will give your readers the idea that you might not be quite the expert they once thought you were.
It may not sound like much of a risk, but if your reputation is at stake, junk content and duplicated content are huge barriers to overcome. As you build your business or promote a service, junk and duplicate content could really create trust issues between you and your readers.
When you use RSS feeds for your blog, you may also be putting your readersâ€™ computers in danger. Hackers can insert Java script codes into RSS feeds. When your readers open your blog, it exposes their computers to the hackers.
Does it mean you have to sit for hours every day to post your own blogs if you donâ€™t use an RSS feed?
If writing is a struggle for you, work with a ghost writer or freelancer who can convey the message you need to in your blog. Give the writer several topics of interest to blog readers and ask for 300-600 word articles. Once you have approved those articles, you may set them up for distribution to your blog.
Blogomator truly emancipates bloggers, freeing up time needed to concentrate on other business aspects or to enjoy some much needed leisure time.
One of the best aspects of Blogomator is that no special software is needed. You donâ€™t download any files to your computer. Just log onto www.Blogomator.com and simply upload blog entries into your online account. Donâ€™t worry about formatting your articles for a blog. The program does it for you! You choose when to post and where, and your blogging is complete!
For professionals who have more than one blog, Blogomator is very liberating! You can use the program to post to any or all of your blogs!
With Blogomator, many writers choose to upload and schedule a yearâ€™s worth of postings at a time. If you want to make additions to those postings, itâ€™s no problem. Just enter your additional articles and schedule them to post, too.
Blogomator.com eliminates the need to feed your blog with junk or duplicated content that you might get from an RSS feed. Plus, your readersâ€™ computers will be safer since the content you upload into your blog will not be exposed to hackers.
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