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Announcing All in One SEO 3.7: Control Your RSS Feed Footer in WordPress

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Ever felt frustrated because you spent a lot of time writing original content…

…only to see it being republished on spam sites that don’t link back to you?

Sometimes, the website with stolen content even outranks the original post. Yikes.

We feel your pain.

That’s why with the latest release of All in One SEO, now you can add a bit of content to the beginning and end of your posts in your RSS feed.

With this feature, you can easily add credits, custom text and links, or even advertisements to help monetize your blog.

Let’s take a closer look…

Why Add Content to Your RSS Feed?

First things first: what’s RSS? And how important is it to your content marketing?

RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a type of web feed that automatically gets updated whenever you publish content on your site. RSS can help you expose your brand to more people by distributing it to more websites.

The problem is when other websites steal your content and don’t link back to your original post. These sites are called content scrapers.  

Since content scrapers re-publish your posts and don’t even link back to you, Google doesn’t know you’re the original owner of your content. 

Here’s the good news: All in One SEO 3.7’s RSS Content Feature allows you to add links to your posts in your RSS feed— you just need to set it up once, and it’ll add a bit of content before and after your posts in your website’s RSS feed, automatically.

This way, even if content scrapers re-publish your content, Google will still recognize you as the original author of your content.

The best part? Since you’ll add the links to your posts in the RSS feed, your website content won’t be affected at all.

That means visitors to your website will never see it.

When you update to All in One SEO 3.7, you’ll find your RSS Content Settings under General Settings, just above Advanced Settings. 

Read our RSS content settings documentation for more details on how to set up your RSS Content Settings for your website. 

You can see a list of all the changes and improvements in this update in the changelog.

As we develop the best SEO plugin for WordPress, we’ll be back for more announcements. So stay tuned for upcoming announcements, because we have plenty more features planned for you. And if you haven’t done so already, click here to get started with All in One SEO today!

Keri is Director of Content at Awesome Motive, working on cool projects like OptinMonster, MonsterInsights, and WPForms.

6 comments on “Announcing All in One SEO 3.7: Control Your RSS Feed Footer in WordPress
  1. Guildford Thomas says:

    I would definitely like to give your tool a try if you could arrange the installation for me.

  2. Eugenio Oseguera-Figueroa says:

    Can I just update my All in One SEO Pack to version 3.7?

  3. Practice Builders says:

    Hi Steve,

    Do we need to pay extra this?

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