Using PHP in RSS Feeds?

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I had been using RSS feed from various sources on my site. Now i found somewhere that

" PHP is a Search Engine Friendly Solution Solution

* With PHP RSS Feeds your web pages will have fresh content everyday.
* And since the words from the PHP RSS feeds will be embedded in the html of your website, the search engines will see the changing content on your web pages and come back more often.
* You'll also rank higher in the search results because search engines love to deliver fresh up to the minute content to their customers.

JavaScript Solution (Search Engines cannot read Javascript)

Search Engines do not read Javascript code. They ignore it. RSS feeds in Javascript are useless as an SEO technique to rank higher or get the spiders to come back and index your pages more often. We recommend the PHP option (above) for your web pages."

Now i was using Javascript in HTML but when i tried to use PHP it was not working.

Can any body explain how to do it as i am not too used to PHP
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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Unfortunately it is not possible to execute PHP scripts from a SynthaSite website.

I will let our developers know about this need so that they can investigate a solution.

I am sorry that I can't be of more help with this request right now.
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Hi Monique

That's Fast reply. Ok i'll wait till it happens.

But is this correct that PHP feed get embed in pages. If that's so it would really have a major impact on SEO & ranking of any site. You guys should work on ASAP basis for it.

Really appreciate your efforts at Synthasite.

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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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I don't have the technical knowledge to comment on the article you are quoting, but I will ask one of our developers to answer your question about PHP RSS feeds being embedded in pages.
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Ok Monique. No Prob

Cheers

Sidharth

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