SEO Experts know that one great way to add fresh, ever-changing content to your WordPress blog is to use an RSS feed widget in your sidebar.
If you add a feed from another site or a news source that is related to your site’s topic, you’ll get new, fresh content automatically.
If you don’t have an RSS feed widget on your site, set that up now!
Google loves something else too. In fact, what Google loves most is relevance.
Relevance is Google’s highest value, because if the search you do doesn’t bring up pages that are relevant to what you want, you’ll go look elsewhere for the information, and you’ll stop being a pair of eyeballs that Google can profit from.
And on your website, you want the content on each page to be RELEVANT to the topic of the page. That way, Google knows without a shadow of a doubt what your page is about…and what keywords it should rank you on page one for.
The more fresh, updated, and relevant content on your website — and on each page — the better.
So, what you really want are RSS feeds that are RELEVANT to the pages you put them on.
And that’s a problem for the standard WordPress RSS plugin.
Which is why Mark Widawer and I created Related RSS.