What other technology online can guarantee you that?
Email- I don't think so.
RSS is it... Period!
And the crazy thing is, everybody who publishes content on their website on a regular basis is quickly adapting because of the many benefits RSS offers because lets face it, updating content manually on any given website is a very time consuming task, especially when you have to do it on a Day In and Day Out basis
But, by having an RSS enabled website, not only do you get high quality content INSTANTLY delivered, you can now give your audience more content with less work on your part leaving you more time to focus on other important tasks you might have sitting on the back burner when you have time.
This is the main benefit RSS Syndication gives the website owner and/or valued subscriber.
Now that you have some idea of how RSS can simplify updating content on any given website, what does this have to do with Article Marketing and how does it benefit the content publisher who writes the articles?
Well... let's talk about it.
We all know that content is the life blood of the Internet and is why most people come online... right?
We also know that RSS syndicates content to whatever website that is RSS enabled and/or subscriber who uses an RSS aggregator.
The BIG question that's probably floating around in your head is... how do Article Publishers who write the articles benefit from RSS Syndication?
The answer is simple really.
Ever heard the phrase... "The Internet Is Nothing More Then A Numbers Game"?
If not, now you have and that is exactly what RSS Syndication will do for anybody who does or is just starting out can expect to benefit from by joining the Article Marketing game.
Let's talk about this a little more so it's clear in your mind.
Let's say you write your first article and your manage to locate, lets say... 20 Article Directories that offer FREE Article Submissions and offer RSS Feeds to website owners and to the general public to use.
And let's say that those 20 Article Directories collected all their RSS Feeds and submitted them to all the TOP RSS Directories on the web so that website owners and/or people with RSS Aggregators can locate those RSS Feeds so they can subscribe to them.
You with me so far now, you go and submit your article to all 20 Article Directories and wait for their reply to see if your article got accepted.
You check your Inbox and find that all 20 article directories accepted your article into their database and would be syndicating it within the next 24 hours.
Notice I said the word "syndicating". That's because once your article is approved by that article directory and because these article directories use RSS technology to syndicate NEW content to whoever is subscribed, guess what happens to your article?