If you're at all concerned about getting repeat traffic and would like a free and easy way to help your site reach new readers or let current readers know when your site's been updated, you must make it easy for visitors to add your feed to their newsreader. You can do this by adding an RSS subscribe button to your website. Find an RSS button generator. This article explains how to use the one at RSS Buttons for Your Blog Select the buttons you'd like to add to your website. The most popular news aggregators' buttons are closer to the top of the list. You'll probably want to add these, but make sure not to add too many, as this will take up too much space. Choose a type: Default, DropDown Menu, or Blog Specific. Each of these options are useful in different situations:Default creates the basic code. This should be used if you don't know which option to choose or if you have a Feedburner feed. DropDown Menu is the "cooler" option. It creates, as you might guess, a dropdown menu with your selected buttons in it. Blog Specific is the option you should use if you have a Wordpress, Blogger, MovableType or Textpattern blog. Wait. The next step will appear very soon, if not immediately. Enter your blog's title. Enter your blog's URL. Note that this is not the RSS feed URL. Enter your RSS feed's URL. This is the URL of the .rss or .xml file. Configure the remaining options if any appear. If you selected Default, you can add separators to the outputted code. If you selected Blog Specific, you need to select what blogging software you're going to put the buttons on, and you can add separators to the outputted code. Click the Create Buttons button and wait for the page to reload. Copy the code that appears, and paste it into your site. You'll need an RSS feed first.. Thanks for reading and do have a great day.