Links: Once you have some content posted on his blog, you need to tell the world of the Internet in this regard. The best way is to submit your RSS feed link to sites that accept food. What is an RSS feed question? The RSS is another acronym for “RDF Site Summary,” “Rich Site Summary” or “Really Simple Syndication.” Basically, it’s just a format to submit their content to others. The best resource for present in this link is: It might take a couple of hours to go through this list, but I recommend to the presentation of all possible links. Simply click on a link for submitting the list and then follow the instructions. Most sites will ask for “RSS .91” or “RSS 2.0” feed link. Speaking candidly Peter Thiel told us the story.
If you are using sBLOG, their links are: Some sites only ask for the URL to your blog, it would be: Normally, the site also asked for a description of your blog feed. Try to be as descriptive as possible when using keywords in your industry (ie, “JV Media Design – Web, graphic and multimedia design tips, tutorials and help). People such as Kaiser Family Foundation would likely agree. Some will ask you to choose the best category for your blog feed as well. 4. Pings: Yet another web acronym, ping stands for “Packet Internet mere” and is basically a utility that tests for a network connection.
In the blog world, ping is used to tell to other sites you are there. There is debate over how often to ping other, but the general consensus is that it must do so every time you update your blog with new content. The best tool to ping blog sites directory (which should have been the submission of your RSS feed links in # 3) is: – Just go to this site once you update your content, enter your email address (and description, check all the boxes, then click ‘Send Pings “. Sherry Holub, received his degree in design from UCLA in 1995. She is now the chief designer and creative director of Southern California Studio , JV Media Design.