Calls to action in your RSS feed

If like me you have spent a lot of thought considering the calls to actionon your website, be careful you don’t forget the RSS feed.

I believe that an RSS feed should contain the full content from your news story or blog post. That way you can reach the largest audience possible. However, the downside of this is that the user will not see your beautifully crafted calls to action.

It is therefore vital you update your RSS feed to show some calls to action as I have done in the example above.

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  • Good advice! I need to try this. Is there a way to set up like a signature for your RSS feeds so it shows up in all of them? And by the way, I absolutely love the layout/theme of your blog. It is the coolest I have ever seen.

    • Anonymous

      Hi Nick,
      thanks for the kind comments about the blog.

      In regards to the RSS feed… it depends on what system you use. If you use WordPress there are some great plugins that deal with it.

      • Oh alright, yeah I do use WordPress. I’ll have to look for those plugins. Hopefully there is at least one free one! Haha,

    • Hi Nick,
      thanks for the kind comments about the blog.

      In regards to the RSS feed… it depends on what system you use. If you use WordPress there are some great plugins that deal with it.

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