RSSMasher 2.0 WordPress Plugin Review
I have to admit that I wasn't too excited about the RSSMasher WordPress plugin because I had already been using FeedWordpres for years to import RSS feeds. As I mentioned in a previous review, Damon Nelson and Bill Marks got screwed over when Google discontinued the keyword search API of RSS feed just a week after the public release. The RSSMasher WordPress plug-in is very simple to use. The only requirement is you be logged into your RSSMasher account and wp-admin for it to function and you will see all of the “mashes” that you created and will have the option to sync them up with your site.
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To test out the new WordPress plug-in and are used a domain and I meant to use for a Jägermeister store, but never I had the time to put into it.
I was able to generate a relevant website with in-depth content with just a stock WordPress theme.
I used a separate “mashes” to create categories and include stuff like “Jager girls” and “lifestyle” to add some entertainment value, so the site is not just a lame afiliateproduct feed.
Want to see the crazy part?
I didn't buy any traffic or build a single link. I just some IFTTT automation going on the backend. Look at the results: 0 to 800 page views overnight.
Here is a screenshot of the page views from Jetpack:
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Another good part is that the plug-in sites attribution the source, so you aren’t just scraping someone else's work and asking for a Google penalty!
That said, I would recommend anyone who is going to try to develop an affiliate site with RSSMasher should blend “mashes” to create a better user experience. You should try to be creative and find RSS feed's that are engaging and exciting to your audience, and you will go a lot further using RSSMasher to develop a site.
If someone wants to look at the product feed from Amazon or eBay, they can just go straight to the source!
Nobody looks for spam.
I have officially raised RSSMasher to a 5-star review!
See my first RSSmasher Review here.
Want to see sites created with the help of RSS Masher?
Check it out here: