A best practice for your website to gain traffic in search results is by producing new content on a regular basis. But what about those early blog posts? They may still be published on your site, but long forgotten by search engines by not being long enough flip the parameter of a quality post, or simply by changes to the algorithms that now favor different ranking factors.
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RSS stands for Rich Site Summary. In a nutshell RSS is structured data format based on XML that can be used to display information from your website.
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