What’s RSS? – Syndicate Your Blog Content

What Is An RSS Feed?An RSS feed allows simple online content distribution. RSS feeds can be read as plain text files, but they’re designed to be browse via an 
RSS Feed Reader. Numerous RSS feed readers exist. Readers vary from being standalone applications to being on-line based.How To Publish Your Blog Feed? If you are using WordPress as your blogging platform then you are in luck. WordPress has inbuilt RSS feed functionality therefore you’re most 
likely already syndicating your posts via RSS without even knowing it. If you’re using some other platform which does not automatically publish an RSS feed, you’ll have to appear for an applicable 
plugin to use for this purpose.You can read your WordPress RSS feed by navigating to yourdomainname/blog/feed or yourdomainname/feed (relying on the exact location of your 
blog).What’s a Feed Burner?A Feed burner provides services that allow RSS publishers who have already got an RSS feed to expand on the options provided by their basic 
feed by “Burning” their feed. “Burning” your feed with a Feed Burner provides the subsequent advantages:* Allows you to view detailed stats as your blog feed is read. * Allows your readers to easily subscribe to your feed irrespective of what feed reader they’re using. * Allows you to format your RSS feed for all directories and readers and offers you choices of more customizing your feed by for example 
adding ads to your feed. * Allows you to simply show your Feedburner stats including your subscription count via a simple widget.There are several feed burners that you’ll be able to notice by doing a straightforward rummage around for “feed burners”.Why Burn A Feed?That is a very logical question  that you might be asking yourself right now. What’s the purpose of burning your feed? Why not just leave it 
as yourdomainname/feed?There’s a terribly simple yet necessary answer to the current question. Once you publish a replacement post to your blog, it gets printed to 
your feed. If you have got many readers subscribed to your RSS feed and you’ve got not burned your feed, your readers will be reading your 
feed directly from your webhost. You run a big risk of slowing your server down if a ton of readers access your feed at the same time. A feed 
burner takes on its shoulders the task of taking your RSS feed and serving it to the tens of thousands of individuals and applications that 
subscribe to it therefore that your server performance does not suffer.

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