Wordpress rss feed updating
Yoast is one of the most popular Word Press plugins and covers pretty much everything you need to optimize your website for search engines.
If you’re already using Yoast SEO, you should consider taking advantage of its RSS Enhancement feature.
For example, look at this screenshot from Feedly showing the recently published posts on topics related to SEO.
Instead of visiting 50 different blogs every day, you can open the app and go through the list of all recently published ones from blogs or websites that you want to follow.
This feature allows you to add content or your website link to the beginning and end of posts in RSS feeds.
In view of the above, you must choose a plugin that works smoothly without disrupting the site loading time.
For your convenience, we’ve put some of the most popular Word Press RSS feed plugins to test. I should also mention that I did not use any caching solutions during this process.
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) plugins are used to send your newly published posts and pages to news feed readers or mailboxes.
People use feed readers like Feedly and Feedbin to keep tabs on websites that publish quality content on a consistent basis.
Here’s the loading speed without any of these plugins installed: And here’s what we find after installing these Plugins, one by one: Instead of manually setting up your blog feed for services like Feed Burner or Feed Press, you can simply install this plugin and it will redirect the requests to your Feed Burner, Feed Press, or Feed Blitz account.
Results: It’s a very lightweight plugin, and setting it up on our test site didn’t change anything.
With an RSS feed in place, they don’t need to keep visiting the website all the time to check for updates.
They can simply add the website feed to their feed reader and see when a new post is published.