DIRECTION: RSS SUBSCRIBE TO E-ZINE

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DIRECTION: RSS SUBSCRIBE TO E-ZINE

Authors create an RSS feed to inform subscribers about new ezine releases and promote them online. The flow should be promoted directly below the email signup box and serve as an email submission form. Visitors can subscribe via email or RSS.
Now the publisher publishes the HTML text prepared for the ezine online, just like any other website. All you have to do is post the presentation and format you normally create for your email magazine online for people to see.
Publishers then create a new story or content in the RSS feed, which is essentially a short summary of the ezine, and link it to the site they previously created.
Subscribers will see a new item with the e-zine title and description when they refresh the feed. After clicking on the title, they are directed to the website of the same e-journal, which is also sent via e-mail.
D) Technology
As you can see this is a simple process and only takes 5 minutes to do apart from creating an email. It ensures that your content now reaches everyone who loves RSS via email. It provides additional information about your content and is included in the RSS search engine and database and the search engine appears.

The best part is that RSS feed publishing technology is widely available and there are very few tools to choose from.

If your starting point is simple e-magazine distribution via RSS, a desktop solution will work fine. Just try www. The market leader in this category is feed com or the underdeveloped but free www. use. com/productsFeedSpring. html.

Remember that it is easiest to use RSS alone for e-magazine advertising and you can do a lot with RSS.

In the next article in the series, we’ll look at how to measure your RSS e-magazine readership and other ways RSS and email can work together.