How to display foreign language feeds

We got a support request asking about Foreign Language feeds, and it wasn’t the first one. Now, while we understand most of our subscribers just want a plain old English feed, the answer to this question actually opens up a lot of neat possibilities with your RSS feeds. Look, the goal is to put the most relevant […]

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Making More Targeted Keywords

Have you ever noticed that sometimes the keyword that you want your feed to focus on doesn’t even appear in the title or first few hundred characters of your feed? Well, there are a few ways to deal with that, but this one’s a real winner for you. Not only will you get more relevant feed stories, you’ll […]

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Targeting Feeds By Country

The other day we answered a question by Keith about increasing the relevance of his feeds. The answer, as you might remember, was “Phrase Matching” which means putting double quotes around your keywords. But the double quotes we’re using are “URL encoded”, which means we’re using the special code %22, rather than a regular quotation mark. “Is there a customization […]

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Tuning your feeds

By now you are probably realizing both how simple the Related RSS Plugin is to set up and use… and how powerful it can be if you want it to be. For most sites, you can get the plugin installed in just a few minutes. All you need to do is click a few settings on the settings page, […]

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Why you should use TAGS on your blog

You probably noticed that the keyword that each post’s feed is built from is actually the first TAG on that page. Are you using tags on your posts? If not, you should. To hear our friend (and world famous SEO expert) Nathan Anderson explain it, tags are “really, really good for SEO.” That’s because when you use tags, and […]

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Welcome

We’ll have details on the plugin very soon.

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