Using RSS Feed For Traffic
Here's an example of a news RSS Feed: http://www.dailyrss.com/
Yahoo also has its own RSS feed, offered in many categories. Click the one below, it shows the current absurdity of some people nowadays:
To the left of the page you will notice other categories. Click on them too.
OK. So now you know what an RSS feed is. This type of feed can be included or made part of your webpage via software so that your content goes from static, i.e., no changes unless you manually update the page, to non-static or dynamic via RSS feeds.
So what's the big deal?
Well, search engines such as Yahoo and Google seem to love dynamic content, interpreting the pages as being more relevant. I have noticed that when you have RSS feeds related to the content of your web site that Googlebot (Google's spider) comes to visit at least once a day to see what's new and hopefully to index new information and sub-pages. Here's screen-grab of one of my sites that uses RSS on its index page: