Users are always exploring and browsing the latest information on a diverse range of topics and continuously engage with platforms that provide this information.
As a business, if you can provide this informational content on your website and keep your audience updated on relevant topics than you can also grow your website & overall business.
RSS feeds can help you achieve these goals effectively and efficiently if you add them to your website.
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and the RSS feed is a tool that automatically updates information in an XML file format that can be easily decoded by the computer.
The information is then converted by the RSS reader into a readable format so that the users can access and engage with the information without any hassle.
RSS content is updated in real-time that displays the latest fresh content on top. It contains summaries, snippets, headlines, updates, articles, and backlinks to the webpages of content.
You can use Taggbox to aggregate and display the RSS feeds on your website.
RSS feeds bring together the feeds from different websites into a feed for better readability and easy content discovery. Having a social media aggregator can make the feed more attractive and engaging with its vast functionalities.
Taggbox, as a social media aggregator, comes with the option of adding the RSS feed to your website and has features to make the feed interactive, engaging, and attractive.
You get a diverse range of themes for the feed, font colors, content highlights, feed style, background, banners, tickers, layout, and more customizations for better readability and attractive visual display.
Moderation allows you to maintain the finest quality content and restrict profane & irrelevant content. You get real-time updates for the content instantly with tremendous user interaction & engagement possibilities.
We have listed how you can add the RSS feed to your website using Taggbox and the whole process has been divided into 2 subheadings.
Initially, create an account for Free on Taggbox and then Log in and follow these steps:
Step – 1: Go to your Account Dashboard and Click “+Create Wall” to create a new wall for your RSS feed.
Step – 2: Enter a name for your wall and it will create a unique URL for your feed accordingly.
Step – 3: Select the Source of feed as “RSS” from the given options and fill the required information
Step – 4: Fill up the details and Click “Create Feed” from the Create RSS feed pop-up.
NOTE: You can enable Moderation for every post on the feed by enabling the feature from the Create RSS feed pop-up.
Now that you have created the RSS feed successfully. You can customize the feed accordingly from the Personalize and More section.
Once you customize your feed you can then move onto the embedding part of the feed.
Follow the below mentions simple steps and you will be able to easily embed the RSS feed website.
Step – 1: Click the Display button from the bottom left of the Dashboard screen.
Step – 2: From the pop-up, select the “Embed in Website” option
Step – 3: Choose your website platform from the given options. For example HTML or WordPress or any other.
Step – 1: Select HTML as your website platform from the options.
Step – 2: Set the width and height (or auto) of your feed and click on “Get Code”.
Step – 3: Copy the given Code and paste it in the webpage where you want to display RSS feed.
Tada! You have an active RSS feed on your website.
Although social media platforms nowadays have been the major source of information of the users. But RSS feeds has its own crucial utility for the users.
There are many websites that have engaging and interactive content that the users explore and access. The issue though is that they have to access each site individually and invest a lot of time exploring content.
With Taggbox, you can easily contain the power of RSS feed in a single feed and make it easier for the users by providing everything in one place.
This will help in providing a superior user experience to the readers and it will help in increasing the dwell time of your website, increasing the chances of further engagement and possibly conversion.