@ricoramiro PicsArt.com Web Page Embedded

The embedded content below is my PicsArt.com web page.  It’s actually at: https://picsart.com/ricoramiro and at http://ricoramiro.picsart.com.  I don’t know why PicsArt offers both links as the second one leads to the first one.  I have been using the second for a long time now and, I’m thinking about changing it.  I found the following PicsArt.com review on Tom’s Guide.

I decided to post the review of PicsArt because SEO content writing is a lot more than just writing!  Content creation can take many different forms the most popular of which are images, PDF files and videos.  And of course, articles and other written content.

PicsArt delivers Photoshop-like creativity and versatility with attractive filters, excellent image-editing tools, and fun options like stickers and artistic text.

PicsArt Photo Studio Review

SEO with RSS

Do you want to help your website’s search engine rankings?

If you do, you’re in luck.  Right now you’re going to learn how to increase the SEO value of your press releases and other web content.

Don’t worry, it’s not very difficult to accomplish. It’ll be a little time consuming in the beginning because you have to set everything up, but it’ll be worth the effort in the long run.

What I’m going to discuss now is RSS feeds.  The technology  provides  free search engine optimization for your website.

SEO with Real Simple Syndication

RSS, has become the first choice for delivering syndicated web content throughout the Internet.  Many press release distribution networks enjoy a large amount of webmasters that syndicate content every day.

Webmasters syndicate feeds because they want free content for their web properties.  In fact, there are more than a few plugins and widgets which are designed to provide fresh content for almost every content management system.

Have you ever wondered how some of the large news and content sites deliver their headlines?

Have you ever wanted to syndicate your own content?  RSS may be the answer you’ve been looking for.RSS is an XML format specifically designed to share content. Netscape originally developed RSS to distribute news headlines and then abandoned the concept due to the lack of popularity. In recent years RSS has become the standard for content syndication.

RSS syndication has allowed for smaller content providers to gain exposure and increase their news and content distribution. The increased exposure has evened the playing field for content providers.

Consider syndicating your content if you wish to increase your exposure! Simply create RSS feeds and make the feeds available for syndication.

The good news is, you submit your feeds to feed distribution platforms only one time.  Your feed will automatically refresh as soon as you publish new content.