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March 3, 2009

Feed your Blog with VeriSign Feed manger

Filed under: internet,seo,web development — mnalin @ 3:56 pm

looking for Increase visibility !! reach & make money !!!

{Manage } {Measure} { Monetize}

Getting Started

You do not have to be a technical wizard to use Feed Manager. Getting started is simple. If you already have an account simply enter your login details to access your feed information. If you are new to the service, sign up for a new account. Once your account is created you can add your existing feeds and immediately start to enjoy the valuable services that Feed Manager has to offer.

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WHY FEED MANAGER?

Feed Manager, a comprehensive service from VeriSign, allows you to:

  • Monetize your content and blog feeds
  • Manage and configure your feeds for greater flexibility and improved customer experience. Functions include the ability to rename your feed, truncate headlines and administer and apply a consistent style across multiple feeds.
  • Measure traffic generated by your content and blog feeds.

Because Feed Manager gives you a 360 degree view of the traffic generated by your feeds you have a strong foundation from which you can actively drive increased usage and visibility in order to make more money. This completeness of service gives you the confidence that your feeds are working in the smartest, most beneficial way possible.

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