Type your blog’s url into your browser window, and then add “/feed/” to the end of it. Now, just because Word Press takes care of creating this doesn’t mean you don’t need to optimize it.
Times have changed now, yet, the basic purpose of RSS feed is still the same.
To increase your on-site traffic, it would be advisable to only show a summary so that readers need to click through in order to read more (and stumble upon other content you’ve written).
If you’re not currently using an aggregator site for your own personal news aggregation, consider Feedly.
Did you know that RSS feeds are automatically created in Word Press?
If you weren’t aware of this, then test it out for yourself right now.