RSS Feeds: The Full Post Vs. The Summary

Making the RSS feed for your blog a full post as opposed to only a summary is the way to go. Bill Seaver from Microexplosion.com explains why. The gist of it all is that you need to make it as convenient as possible for people to read and interact with your blog.



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One Response to “RSS Feeds: The Full Post Vs. The Summary”

  1. wwwmy Says:

    I agree. Since you are subscribing for the sake of the convenience of not having to go anywhere other than your RSS reader, summaries defeat the purpose… Nice point.

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