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Yahoo! Publisher’s Guide to RSS

Yahoo! have just released a helpful Publisher’s Guide to RSS which has comprehensive sections on Submitting RSS Feeds, promoting RSS feeds, Tracking Success and Monetizing RSS Feeds.

On the money side of things the page is just a place holder/teaser of what is to come. They write:

‘Yahoo! plans to introduce new products and services to support online publishers, including new publishing tools and advertising products.’

This is a good example of how Yahoo! are really embracing RSS where as other search engines seem to be lagging.

If you haven’t already Submitted your RSS feeds to yahoo I’d do it today – it’s definitely worth doing.

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Comments

  1. John Evans says:

    We often dismiss Yahoo as the hoi-polloi’s Google, but sometimes they do much better. You reported a week ago that Google was changing its algorithm for search page positioning and, sure enough, my site SYNTAGMA dropped from 4th to 11th under a name search. However, it still holds 4th on Yahoo and the data bundled with it is much more organized and useful. Google search results can be a bit of a shambles.

  2. Scott Gatz says:

    Hi Darren, thanks for the mention, one thing though, you got the URL slightly ioncorrect, here is the home page: http://publisher.yahoo.com/rssguide

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