"Newsjacking" is the act of leveraging breaking news to get traffic to your content.
Let's say there's a blackout at a Superbowl, and Oreo immediately tweets out an image of an Oreo cookie in the dark with the words, "You can still dunk in the dark." Yeah, you remember when that happened. It's an example of newsjacking, and that one tweet (which cost nothing) was worth more in sales and publicity than buying a Superbowl commercial.
Or maybe the news story is that a software mogul just sold...
The Most Asked Question at RSSMasher is, "Where Do I Find the Best RSS Feeds for Autoblogging?"
We have created many video training lessons on finding RSS Feeds and we've written numerous blog articles on the subject.
Listed below are our favorite education resources on how to find the best RSS Feeds. We use this same list to teach our own VA's!
1 Facebook content
2 Twitter content
3 Syndwire RSS feed
4 Content Farms
5 Other Content Aggregators
6 WordPress sites
7 Squidoo pages
9 FCS network
11 RSS to IFTTT accounts
12 RSS to Emails
13 RSS to Text/SMS message
14 RSS with money site on private blog network
15 R/H side feeds on Wordpress sites
16 Persicope to Wordpress to RSS
17 YT channel RSS feed
18 Ping FM
19 Free Wordpress RSS blog content
20 Feed other bookmarking social accounts
For more tips on RSS Feeds...
10 Easy Ways to Find RSS Feeds
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and it’s is a simple, standardized content distribution method that can help you stay up-to-date with your favorite newscasts, blogs, websites, and social media channels.
Instead of visiting sites to find new posts or subscribing to sites to receive notification of new posts, find the RSS feed on a website and read new posts in an RSS reader.
In March 1999, Netscape created RDF Site Summary which was the first...