RSS Updates to SEO Book

So some people at Threadwatch suggested that I made RSS updates to my ebook available. If I did that, what is the best way to add security to the update mini site, and should I enable comments on the updates?

Published: August 2, 2005 by Aaron Wall in aaron matthew wall


August 2, 2005 - 9:46pm

Here a link to a simple way to do it

after reading that though it seems to open up a few more holes

August 2, 2005 - 10:49pm

Why not create a forum? Most of them have easy to use password protection functionality easily built in, and can be set so that all the users you specify are automatically notified when you add something. Also sets up an environment that is conducive for people to discuss the new information you're presenting.

August 3, 2005 - 8:02am

Although I haven't bought the full book yet myself (I read the short version though, which came with SEO Elite) I think a forum will create more work than needed.

I have no idea how it is currently communicated to buyers that there is a new chapter but as long as the current method is safe and efficient keep it like it is until secure rss feeds have been tested out a bit more.

well just my 2 Rmb

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