An RSS feed is the process that lets people subscribe to content distribution. This is very different from subscribing to e-zines (online magazine articles) and email marketing. The content is visible whenever you wish to listen, watch or read it.
Generally, an average information seeker uses RSS information but there are other groups of information seekers who will be interested in the RSS information as well. Business bloggers have definite RSS subscriptions. If a business blogger is giving information about a particular business discipline or trade, through RSS feeds, he can provide his readers with up to date information on the subject matter. People are always on the lookout for specific information and RSS feeds help your blog in providing accurate and correct information on time which establishes a relation of trust.
It is a two-step marketing procedure which happens when a business blogger incorporates RSS feeds in his blogs. The first step is for the person who originally writes the content or the person who produces audio and visual content. RSS feeds help them by reaching out to those particular segments which are motivated by the information presented. The second step takes place when a business blogger reallocates information. It is a good marketing plan for the business blogger and the individual who provided the original content.
An RSS feed is like delivering a copy of a newspaper with the content you want the reader to read. This helps you by reducing time wasted in insignificant search results and assure that the right subject matter is delivered directly to RSS reader. This gives ample time for you to concentrate on marketing and business development plans.