I was searching for this a while ago, when I didn’t know how to find or add RSS feed to my posts. Well, feeds have their importance too. Your visitors can subscribe to your feeds using a feed burner and can get updates from your whenever you post something new. I know, you must be thinking who uses RSS feeds nowadays. I hope you’ll find the answer till the end.
In this, post I would like to share some importance of RSS feeds on your blog or website and, share you by where you can get your feed URL,
How to get your RSS Feed
As, a WordPress user I have noticed that the RSS feed is actually installed in the /feed/directory. For reference I would like to call up my website URL such as www.bloggerprasad.com/feed/, and this will be almost same with your website location: www.bloggerscentral.com/feed/
This is one of the representation of how the the /feed/ will look like when you try visiting your site adding /feed/ in the end of the URL.
I have acquired a below screenshot of how the feeds will look like, when you visit with your URL. Probably, you see a XML file, Now that’s your RSS feed,
You can use your primary feed embed to share anywhere online. By default WordPress never allow you promoting it on you website or blog. But you can pick a Atom feed through widget section of your sidebar and set the URL out there and it will automatically fetch Post Title, Contents along with the author bio and date. As, you know there are other methods too where a blog owner can send notification when new posts gets published. FeedPress can be definite choice for notifying readers when new posts gets published.
It let all your readers to subscribe to your feed and gets notified.
No matter how you choose to ping your users for newer post, RSS still be the heart of it.
Now, you you know where to find the RSS feeds for your WordPress site. RSS feeds simply help you to promote your blog or website and also allows other websites to follow you .