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Protect your blog content from content thieves and scraper websites

by Michael V. Cryptocurrency Investor & Trader
I am one of the many bloggers syndicating my content on RSS Feed, and believe me, it´s the best way to keep subscribers connected to your blog. It not only helps in improving blog readership but also gives you a throng of loyal subscribers.

The RSS subscribers, on the other hand, are a bunch of happy beings having got to read all of their favorite contents on RSS Feed saving their time and effort. But don´t you think this practice can be lethal for bloggers even if it is useful for RSS subscribers?

Subscribers Magnet

Because most of the issues of content theft are now reported to have come from RSS Feed as the scrapers make use of some automated software that can extract the content of your RSS Feed and republish it on their scraper sites automatically.

And believe it or not, most of the bloggers today are victim of content theft and I was also one of them.  Generally, it takes years of hard work for bloggers to make a successful blogging career and if these content thieves make it off so easily, then all their drudgery is definitely going to end in smoke. The bloggers keep working like a donkey all day and night and the scrapers make fortune out of it.

And to add fuel to the woes, RSS Feed also put offs your RSS subscribers from visiting your blog, reducing overall blog traffic. Because they get it all on RSS Feed what they want from your blog.

We undoubtedly accept that RSS helps gain repetitive visitors and build a loyal readership of our blog, but when contents are available on RSS Feed, why would our readers bother to visit our blog? When they don´t pay visit to our blogs, how are the advertising campaigns on our blog going to fetch us revenue?

Thus, RSS Feed is ripping off our blog traffic and revenue in a hidden way from a long time.

Isn´t this too painful?


Now you must be wondering if RSS has so many demerits, then why are bloggers still using it?

Because they haven´t realized the negative impact of RSS feed yet.

Well, some bloggers came out with their tailored ideas of making RSS Feed work the way they want but that approach also didn´t pay off well.

All efforts made but to no avail. So, what´s the way out?

Now, what if I tell you there's a best way with which you can make your RSS perform much better than anyone else´s and at the same time make your RSS subscribers come back to your blog again.

Imagine,

- turning every RSS reader of your blog into repetitive blog visitors, wanting to read every speck of your blog content.

- your wordpress blog getting viral traffic on autopilot.

- earning revenue from your RSS feeds while delivering the blog updates at same time.

- anyone who might steal your content now becomes your �ally� of sorts bringing you more money and traffic.

- playing with your RSS feed at totally different level than other bloggers, and

- all these done in just less than 3 minutes..

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Sound´s unbelievable, right?

But it´s possible. It´s been tested and proven and the solution is MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back.
http://bringmyblogvisitorsback.com

This amazing WordPress plugin comes straight from the lab of MaxBlogPress, a name popular for quality products and a name that you can always count on.

A first of its kind, MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back is a WordPress Plugin that offers you more flexibility and control over your RSS feeds, enticing your RSS readers to visit your blog without slightest annoyance and at the same time, benefits you from content thieves & scraper websites by providing free backlinks and traffic.

http://www.maxblogpress.com/go.php?offer=team2009&pid=36

You can visit the link below to learn more about Bring My Blog Visitors Back, what it does and how.
                          



About Michael V. Magnate I     Cryptocurrency Investor & Trader

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