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Exclusive Content in WordPress: RSS Post Editor

Posted on 12.16.2008

This post is for WordPress users!

There comes a time in the virtual life of every blogger that they want more from their WordPress installation, more from their RSS feed and more activity and a deeper relationship with and from readers. That's exactly where the RSS Post Editor comes in.

The plugin allows bloggers to add specific content to RSS feed articles so that users have to subscribe to feeds to view the additional content. For example, say you wrote an article on vacations that featured 30 tips on being safe while on holiday. To increase engagement, thanks to the RSS Post Editor Plugin, you can include five tips available for public viewing, but include the other 25 tips for subscribers of your blog exclusively.

The Plugin is easy to use. Just write your post as you normally would, but wrap the extra content in [rss][/rss] tags. For example, this is the normal post content [rss]and this content is to be shown inside the rss feed[/rss].

Pretty simple and a great way to increase the number of blog subscribers.

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