Our step-by-step guide explains how you can create Twitter RSS feeds for the new Twitter API with the help of Twitter widgets and a Google Script.
With RSS Feeds, web publishers can push news headlines, videos, music and other web content to subscribers in near real-time. RSS files are essentially plain text files in a XML format that can be easily interpreted by news readers like Google Reader.
Try our new instant search engine that will help you discover RSS feeds for blogs, news websites, podcasts, and more. Powered by Google Feeds API.
Feedly is our favorite RSS Reader. If you have just migrated from Google Reader to Feedly, this guide will help get up to speed and learn a few trick in the process.
Twitter API v1.1 does not support XML and RSS feeds but you still subscribe to any Twitter user or search results via RSS feed with Google Scripts.
Google Alerts is quite a popular tool for monitoring your brand on the Internet but there are good alternatives to keep track of your online presence.
Install the new Feedly Bookmarklet or the RSS Subscription extension for Google Chrome and quickly subscribe to new RSS feeds from anywhere.
Google Reader is shutting down and we have around four months to move our existing RSS subscriptions to another feed reader. What are some of the good alternatives to Google Reader?
You can use this feeds directory to determine the RSS feeds of any of your favorite online service be it Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or something else.
Feeder is like a mini Google Reader embedded in Chrome – it tracks RSS Feeds and offers instant notifications whenever new content is available.
You can publish blogs posts and RSS feeds to your Twitter, Facebook and Google Plus pages automatically with the help of a popular cross-posting service.
Learn how to automatically translate foreign language RSS Feeds with a simple Google Script and subscribe to them in your favorite news reader.
RSS feeds are not available in Google Plus but you can quickly generate feeds for any Google Profile or Page using the Feed+ app for Chrome.
When you click an XML feed in Google Chrome, it forces you to subscribe to that feed in a Chrome app. Here are ways to easily bypass the feed hijacking.
This tutorial describes how you can create RSS feeds for Google search results and then subscribe to search results in any News Reader.
How many RSS subscribers does a particular website or blog has? Find it out with Google Reader.
Google Reader doesn’t support private RSS feeds. You can however remove authentication via FeedDemon or Yahoo! Pipes and then subscribe to any password-protected blog feed in Google Reader.
It is not uncommon to find websites that republish RSS feeds of other blogs without permission. Why they do this is anyone’s guess but as a content owner, this is something to worry about especially when you publish full feeds.
Tumblr has long offered a import feature to help you import RSS feeds from Flickr, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, Blogger, etc. into your main Tumblr blog. This feature has now been removed from Tumblr.
You know that PubSubHubbub has something to do with RSS feeds but what exactly is PubSubHubbub and how does it help the real-time web?
uFollow is a free web service that helps you keep track of your favorite bloggers and columnists from one place. Unlike a RSS reader where you follow blogs, uFollow lets you follow bloggers no matter which publication they are writing for.
Would you like to track how may people are visiting your site via your RSS feed? If you are using FeedBurner to syndicate the RSS feeds of your blog, you can easily track all the incoming traffic from feed clicks through Google Analytics.
Review of FeedDemon 3, the best RSS reader that can sync your feeds, tags and shared items with Google Reader.
Learn how to use the Google News Timeline tool as an RSS Reader for reading blogs and other website in a convenient graphical interface where the results are sorted by date.
Yahoo! shares some good tips on how to get the most out of your RSS feed.
Google today introduced a new timeline based blog reader that could be a perfect fit for people who follow a very limited number of blogs.