If you want to syndicate your own content, then implementing DISQUS is the easiest. It applies a social login to your comments, but then it also pulls int he content into their distribution network as well.
The real key to any good syndication is the SEO of the site AND the articles. You also have to make sure that it is real SEO tagging and not just metakeyword cramming into header codes -- that will actually hurt your site feed with Google and Yahoo.
A great place to start is PressFeed -- they have some good information and a nominal service to start rss syndication
With a free NewsBlur account, you can subscribe to up to 64 different feeds, read full-text content of those sites in its web reader, and save stories to read or access in the future. If you spend some time training your filters, the system will learn your preferences and try to surface the stories that interest you most. NewsBlur also lets you share your favorite stories, either on social networks or inside of NewsBlur. Inoreader is one of the most feature-packed free RSS readers on this list. Without paying a cent, you can follow an unlimited number of feeds, and you can even search within your subscriptions without paying for a premium plan. To stay organized, you can group your feeds in folders and use tags to separate out individual articles as you read them. Like all of the other tools on this list, Netvibes is an RSS app that lets you follow your favorite publications and view their posts in reverse chronological order. For example, some of the other RSS apps on this list let you see the posts of someone you follow on Twitter in your RSS app. But with a Netvibes Potion, you can get even more granular. Netvibes supports more than 38 trigger apps currently, including sites like Twitter, Medium, Reddit, and Slack.
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