Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Backlinks Are B-E-A-UTIFUL!

Before I blog about this please remember that not all backlinks are created equally. Not all backlinks are good.  Not all backlinks are worth your time…ok… Remember that with proper SEO you can out do a site with 10,000 backlinks with a site that has 200 backlinks…

We all love backlinks.  No really we do.  I know I just got done telling you some stuff about backlinks up there in bold lettering… But still.  This is a great technique that you can use.  And I’m sure all of you can think of other uses for some of these tools I’m going to share with you.

This technique that I am going to show you will help you get some link juice from RSS feeds.  It is basically a technique where you take an RSS feed and send it out to several different RSS Aggregators.


  1. Jump over to RSS Mix <–click that….
  2. Add Several different RSS feeds to the list.
    • Your Blog RSS Feed
    • Your ezine article feed
    • Your Social Bookmark site feeds

    You can literally add anything to the RSS feed.  Videos, podcasts, articles, whatever you want!
    If you don’t have an RSS feed for your website then you need to head over to to create one from your existing content.These feeds should be in your niche and to YOUR sites.  Don’t gather feeds from someone elses content. That would defeat the purpose of getting YOURSELF backlinks.

  3. Click create.  This will generate a new RSS feed.  The new RSS feed is filled with the RSS feeds that you inserted.  It basically combined everything for you and put it into one easy to use feed :)
  4. Jump over to RSS Aggregators and submit your new pumped up RSS feed!
    Here is a list of sites you can use!

  5. Sit back, relax, and wait for the visitors to come in.


This isn’t something that you should repeat over and over again for a site.  Just hit it once and move on.

Happy link building :D

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49 Responses

December 4, 2008

Dude.. where do you come up with these great Nice post!

December 4, 2008

I’d use a ping aggregator like and submit my blog url, rss feed, podcast rss feed and watch the traffic fly in.

BTW, you know that twitter has a RSS feed too right?

December 4, 2008

Thank you!!!

December 4, 2008

Thanks for the list,Kris

Also thanks for the link Andrew

December 4, 2008

Why can’t we directly submit the RSS URL of the blog alone?

December 4, 2008
Ryan Taylor


You can and submit additional RSS feeds with your blog feed integrated for more one way links.

December 4, 2008

OK i just don’t get it.

Ryan said:
>You can and submit additional RSS feeds with your blog feed integrated for more one way links.

What additional feeds? How would a feed other than my blog feed help me?

Where do the links for these feed aggregators show up?

December 4, 2008

You get the feeds from all of your sites within the niche you are working on. It’s all about creating a web of links and sites that lead back to your main website.

The RSS feeds submitted to the aggregators will get picked up by scrapers. They will build a site that leads to your site.

Its one giant circle of sites leading back to yours. Think of it as a huge web of links being built all for your main website.

December 5, 2008


You’re not going to start teaching how to use RSS2Blog, creating blogger and wordpress MU link farms and go all blackhat on me are you?

Ok…maybe you are.

December 5, 2008

Great link building tip! I’ll have to check this out… thanks! :)

December 5, 2008


Aren’t you contradicting yourself here?
>Don’t gather feeds from someone elses content. That would defeat the purpose of getting YOURSELF backlinks.


December 5, 2008

There isn’t any contradiction. You grab your sites feed. You want to grab your feeds from YOUR ezine articles for YOUR site. Your social bookmark feed for YOUR site.

All of your feeds should in some way or another direct people back to YOUR site.

In your dreams HAHA


December 5, 2008

Ok I get it, I read it to quickly.

all of your sites within the niche – NOT- all sites within your niche.



December 6, 2008

nice Kris.

I just finished a site and can use this.

December 7, 2008

This is a nice list. I will definitely be using it later on. Thanks!

December 7, 2008

Pretty nice technique, there are loads more sites where you can submit your feed too as well, just google.

December 7, 2008

Sweet List; the real question is those does it actually work? I mean do visitors actually click through to site from these aggregators?

December 7, 2008

It’s not about users. It’s about rss bots that build back links.

December 7, 2008
jim – Cannot Add – Does not accept RSSmix – DEAD – Double Submits to Blog Digger (if you can actually access the BD site) – Fails on 4 Submits – DEAD – Service Unavailable – Cannot Submit RSSmix domain – Only takes one submit per day (or that’s what it’s telling me – too many submits today) – Feeds do not validate – Errors Out – RSSMix don’t validate (at – Cannot Parse RSS Mix format

December 7, 2008

@jim- I don’t know why you are getting these problems. I seem to be about to do it just fine. You can also single submit each or your RSS feeds if you have a problem getting RSSmix to work.

December 7, 2008

I think we can ALL use this awesome info. Thanks a million!!

December 7, 2008

great blog kris, looking forward for more seo tips=)

December 10, 2008

Yet another great post. There’s absolutely several ways of acquiring backlinks and domains too, but it is important to be able to judge whether a backlink is cash or trash.

December 10, 2008

is it a dofollow or nofollow backlink. I got bad experiences, someone scrape my content with rss, yes it give backlink but with nofollow !

December 10, 2008

some of websites are dead when browsed with opera …
But it just fine with firefox

This is what I’m looking for since I started blogging. I knew there was a simpler way. Like what I always believe…”Work Smarter,Not Harder”. Keep up the good work! :)

December 18, 2008

Great post!! Thanks for sharing!!! Very helpful.. :D

December 25, 2008

I bet the backlink I get for this comment will do a bit of good. I’m gonna try getting some links with those RSS feeds as well, thanks for the post man! :D

December 30, 2008

Great tips – great post!

January 1, 2009

thank u

February 3, 2009

Question: I have 3 different blogs that share a similar topic, but each has a niche and has different content, and are all less than a year old. I have not really tried to get backlinks yet. Would there be any advantage to create an RSS Mix that combines these 3 feeds?

February 3, 2009

Your tactic is B-E-A-UTIFUL!

Seriously, this is very smart strategy – and something I’ve never heard of. Thank you.

March 17, 2009

Great advice. I have been using this tactic myself. It provides great link juice.

March 26, 2009

I am going to try the RSS feeds tactic you mentioned. It sounds like a good idea, I just hope it works out well for me.

May 8, 2009
used tires

I’ve always heard about submitting your rss feed to websites, it sounds like a good concept, especially with what you said about scraper sites picking you up, and you creating even more influence towards your website.

Till then,


Well Honestly I read this kind of technique many times. But I don’t see someone mention about the result they get from this kind of strategy. I want to know one thing, is it possible to submit it everyday? or one time only? I have more 10 rss feed anyway..

September 5, 2009

Awesome post with great links.



November 5, 2009

very nice tactics on creating backlinks using rss feed, but i really like social bookmarking and forum marketing tactics in my link building technique

I use this technique and it works great. To get more benefit out of this technique you should create a blog, mix the feeds like stated above and every time you build a new web page on your website you can write about it on your blog and get automatic backlinks from alll of the rss aggregators.

November 19, 2009

Kris, this is some seriously great content . . . thanks for posting it. It actually contains some of the same information that I have paid for with Chris’s Fox’s product google terminator. I have actually put together a google terminator review if anyone is interested. It is an okay product, but a lot of what you talked about in your post is a main part of the strategy that is being sold. Hmmm . . . makes you realize how important it is to choose carefully when listening and buying from internet gurus. Anyways, thanks for the great post, I am going to put this stuff into practice. Dan

February 25, 2010

Almost all those websites are down, except for Yahoo pipes which is really confusing to use!!

March 15, 2010

thanks, i am going to try out your strategy.

March 23, 2010

Nice post and great rss sites. But i am also using ping for blog.

This is a great tip! RSS is an area I am not too familiar with, but just from reading your post I can see that it has massive potential to generate some great backlinks!

Thanks for the advice!

June 4, 2010

Nice tip, this is one method I’ve never tried before. Even though it is a old post, I’m going to try it out on one of my new sites to see if it’s still just as effective.

June 18, 2010

Great list of Rss submitters! These are sure to generate some traffic to each and every blog – they also make permanent backlinks unless the site closes down.


July 24, 2010

My experience with RSS for backlinks hasn’t been that great. Sure, it doesn’t hurt to get some extra link-juice, but in my own experience, the links often carry very little value and many are never really “found” by the search engines.

On the other hand, RSS has help to get indexed a little bit faster, and that is always a good thing :-)