RSS feeds, seemingly a complicated term (because anything abbreviated seems to be complicated), is actually a simple thing to understand and implement. Different people expand this abbreviation as per their own definitions – really simple syndication or rich site summary. Whatever it stands for, important thing to know about RSS is that it is very useful for business websites, particularly small business websites.
Basics rules of website management tell us that the site should be content rich so as to be on the top of search engine rankings. RSS feeds, once installed on your small business site, keep on changing the website matter at a defined frequency. This changes the matter all the time, and results in better search engine placement.
Scripts are readily available for download. You may simply download these and install on your site (or ask your site administrator to do that). This doesn’t take more than 30 minutes, and you small business site is now ‘dynamic’ with matter changing every few hours or days.