Syndicated Post Info

April 29, 2015   /   byST_Admin  / Categories :  

What is an RSS feed? 

RSS (Rich Site Summary) (also know as Really Simple Syndication) is something your blog software provides by default.  It’s something you can  customize on your end depending on your blog software

Some options include: Full or Partial Posts, Number of posts in the feed, Images or no images, etc.

Need Help Changing You RSS Settings?  Go Here

You can read more about RSS at wikipedia

Why would you want your RSS Feed on Stitchtalk.com?

Basically for more traffic to your blog.  Don’t take our word for it. Read some other people’s opinions:

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How to get more Blog Readers by having your content Syndicated

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Links from other sites to yours are a critical aspect of search engine optimization”

It’s True! Read – > 10 Steps to being found on search engines

 

How do we do it?

Stitchtalk.com subscribes to your content through an RSS feed that YOU are providing to the public. Stitchtalk.com uses the FeedWordPress plugin to Syndicate our favorite Sewing related Blogs.  It’s a free wordpress plugin available through the plugins tab in wordpress.

We do not alter your feed in any way.

We do not save your images to our server

All posts credit you and link back..

We update our posts if you update yours. (on a scheduled basis)

How do you Add or Remove your feed from Stitchtalk.com?

To be Added: If you would like your RSS Feed added to Stitchtalk.com’s Syndication software you can email us at links@stitchtalk.com.

To be removed: If too much of your content is showing you can fix that on your own.   Change your RSS Feed setting to show summary online.  If you are unsure how please try this page for more info.  If that’s not it just email us at the above address and we’ll remove your feed from our subscription.

 

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