How To Drive RSS Subscribers Back To Your Blog

Last week, I got the opportunity to peek through MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back and learn how it changes our customary approach to RSS Feed.

RSS Feed, while very useful tool for allowing subscribers to stay connected to your blog content, has its drawbacks. The subscribers stop visiting your blog because they get it all from RSS Feed what they want from the blog. This leads to less user participation on your blog thus decreasing your blog traffic and revenue as well. I have experienced this first hand. Over 140,000 people read this blog from RSS!

Get more Traffic & Revenue by driving your RSS Subscribers back to your blog

MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back is a powerful WordPress Plugin that offers you more flexibility and control over the RSS feeds, enticing your RSS readers to visit your blog without slightest annoyance and at the same time, adds value and increases readership of the blog.

But that’s not all.

Content thieves, who have found an easy way to scrape your blog contents through RSS Feed making use of some automated software, now becomes a sort of free marketer for your blog. Because along with the content, they take away your identity also thus providing you free back links and traffic.

Bring My Blog Visitors Back works exactly as its name implies. It brings back the potential visitors lost somewhere on the premises of RSS Feed who otherwise should have been playing on your blog happily.

This amazing plugin comes with some attractive and powerful features that completely transform the look and functionality of RSS Feed. Using the power of Bring My Blog Visitors Back, you can now upgrade your RSS Feed with the following features:

  • Display related posts
  • Display social icons
  • Display Number of Comments
  • Display Latest User Comment
  • Display header and footer text/banners
  • Display copyright notice

MaxBlogPress is an established name in the industry. They are known for building quality wordpress plugins. Some of MaxBlogPress’ highly popular products are Subscribers Magnet, Ninja Affiliate, Max Banner Ads, etc. and now it’s Bring My Blog Visitors Back.

I have been testing this plugin for the past month, and it has done a great job getting my RSS reader to come and visit my blog again. It is a lot hard easier to make money from the blog than the RSS feed, so the more readers you can get from your RSS to your blog mean more money for you.

The MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back WordPress Plugin is on sale right now for only $67 until July 18. Once the sales if over, it goes back to its normal price of $97. If you have a lot of readers reading your blog from your RSS feed, this is a must-have plugin.

Download MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back WordPress Plugin

16 thoughts on “How To Drive RSS Subscribers Back To Your Blog”

  1. Michael says:

    I’ll never buy anything from Maxblogpress again.

    They abandon all their plugins eventually, even their paid plugins.

    I’ve purchased ninja affiliate and it’s pretty much abandoned at this point other than the major “it’s not working with new version” fixes. I ended up purchasing another link cloaking program. Regularly updated and more features.

    Stripe Ad is long dead as well.

    1. John Chow says:

      Ninja and Stripe still works fine for me. Still using it on my blog right now.

      1. It is definitely an opener to know that 140k people use RSS to read your blog. One of the tools that a blogger should really put effort into in order to reap the benefits.

    2. Michael,

      We have been regularly working for updates on our plugins.

      If you check our blog then you’ll find we have done some major updates for our plugin subscribers magnet. Bring My Blog Visitors back, although a brand new plugin, we have done 4-5 updates since it’s release.

      Ninja Affiliate’s interface was improved for better user experience. We are planning to update it soon in the near future with some really useful functionality.

      I don’t believe in adding features madly in the plugin. It’s easier to go that mindless route but eventually that will make the plugin harder and confusing to use.

      It’s much harder to look at every feature and question will it really help majority of the users? If you look at the developer side then it’s actually much harder to not add the not useful feature than adding every features suggested.

      I believe Plugins/software are made to make life easier. You might have come across many softwares which seem to do all but do it all poorly and it’s harder and confusing to use. I don’t want maxblogpress softwares to be like that. I want the software to do it’s core functionality excellently and surround all other extra stuffs around that.

    3. Tom says:

      Here is what I’m doing on my blog right now to get more RSS subscribers. I’m having a contest as we speak (you are free to enter if you want) where we are giving away a Kindle Fire. To get the RSS subs though, we are only going to announce the winner on RSS, so they will have to subscribe to see who won. Evil enough for you?


  2. Moe says:

    Looks like a useful plugin. Answers a rss issue that has crossed my mind a few times. I will definitely check this out.

  3. Adam says:

    John, thanks for this overview of the plugin, the developers have been flooding my mail box for days so it’s good to hear this from you.

    Although I have to question the bit where u mention about how the plugin will enable you to get free backlinks from those scraping your feed.

    So my question is, right now with google penalising sites for questionable links … Why would you want back links from spammers that will most likely be deindexed soon?

    1. John Chow says:

      I guess I could have said it better. The real benefit is people reading the feed from the scraper site will know it came from you. That’s what the links are for. It also helps Google detect the scraper sites and de-index them.

  4. HiepNguyen says:

    Very useful. I’ll add this plugin right now! I hope will get alot subscribers to my Website.

  5. Richard says:

    Not heard of this before but it looks good, i’ll be checking it out

  6. faisal says:

    This is an interesting thing and something not really many thoughT!

  7. JamesW says:

    Great post, but is it worth the $67 for just improving the look of the rss?
    thanks for sharing

  8. John Wade says:

    This is definitely worth looking into. I do have one question though. Would it help to send summaries of your posts in the RSS Feed instead of the whole article or does it matter?

  9. Theodore says:

    Very interesting review John, will definitely check it out

    Thanks for sharing

  10. Whitney says:

    What an awesome looking plugin. I’ve heard good things about Maxblogpress…I’ve heard bad things too but. Nonetheless…the “after” screen shot is the most jazzed up version of an RSS feed I’ve ever seen! The coolest part to me would be benefiting from all the links back to your site from the scrapers….hands free seo lol. ^_^

  11. Michael Cline says:

    Spend $67 on ‘Bring My Blog Visitors Back’ BUT found MaxBlog is here to reap my money just by selling products whose all features are available for free on codex so i refund my money back.

    I found nothing interesting about their product.

    Most interesting part is; i found a plugin name ‘Readers From RSS 2 Blog Lite’ on WordPress Plugin directory, which provides all feature that ‘Bring My Blog Visitors Back’ Offering on paid version and found Pro version offers more.

    So why go for $67 when you can have all feature for FREE and even MORE.

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