How Yahoos Recent Facelift Can Mean More Traffic To Your Site

Even I was surprised. Yes, although I have been pointing out the possibility since July, and was forced by demand for the release of my results of the study before my book, even half finished, I was shocked when I heard the news too. You see, I was sure that at least a year off this glorious day. The News Yahoo has had a minor facelift, which has probably read about by now. The real news is more important to your site – the Yahoo "My!" page looks different too. On September 28, 2004, surfers who logged their personalized Yahoo area saw an announcement explaining the RSS and Atom files that show updated information to a website and the content in RSS, news put pressure on the mainstream channels . The new look to this section of Yahoo was presented as a full-page ad each individual account holder to its first record on that day, and even today, remains a notice posted. When I connected to my page in the Yahoo "My!" section, I saw a big difference in the number of channels to the left to choose and the way they were presented.

Currently, the RSS module has "150 000 sources." If your site is not one of them, its crucial to act now. If you have one and you are not getting the results you want from your start-up, small changes can be implemented that will make a big difference in your ad. The best results are not as easy as submitting your feed now, but you're still within the window of opportunity – if done correctly. .