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Create 1 RSS Feed to Pull Content from All over Web, Instead of from 1 Site??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Jason H, Jan 31, 2014.

  1. Jason H

    Jason H Registered Member

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    Is there anyway possible I can use only 1 RSS Feed based on a keyword that will will pull content from all over the web, instead of being restricted to just 1 website rss feed from from 1 website...or having to enter multiple feeds just to pull contents from those sites.

    I'm not even sure such thing exist?

    What about combining multiple rss feeds from different sites into 1 feed?
     
  2. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    Multiple rss feeds from different sites into 1 feed can be done.

    Look at those auto blogs plugins for wordpress. Add as many rss feeds as you want then start pumping out posts and then to see all the rss information tap into the wordpress feed.


    Yourwordpresssite.com/feed/

    This will give you the combined post data into one rss feed.
     
  3. Jason H

    Jason H Registered Member

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    Instead of taking time compiling all these RSS feeds out there to be combined as one...

    Is there any way possible this can be done based on the keyword in some generic RSS link format and it automatically pulls content (ie https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ie=utf-8&q=keyword&tbm=blg&tbs=sbd:1&output=rss ) This example is only for Google Blog (with you substituting the "keyword" for your ideal keyword, but for all over the web like Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc.

    How would I do this?

    What about ScrapeBox? Can this be done with ScrapeBox?
     
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  4. fxphil

    fxphil Senior Member

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    Yes, you would do a custom footprint.

    "powered by wordpress" Inurl:/feed/ (I'm not sure about the slashes)

    In the keywords section just put your niche.

    Then it should scrape all the wordpress feeds.


    You can change the footprint to other websites as well but I would believe you will find enough this way. You may have to play around a little with the footprint but I do not see why you couldn't get it to work. .
     
  5. Jason H

    Jason H Registered Member

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    Where would I enter the keyword you mentioned for this custom footprint?
     
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    fxphil Senior Member

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    Right in the keyword box of scrapebox
     
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  7. Jason H

    Jason H Registered Member

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    Oh, I thought you meant for that custom footprint because I don't have ScrapeBox. Thanks.
     
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    I will brainstorm and try some things. If I can figure it out I will come back and post a far better method
     
  10. Jason H

    Jason H Registered Member

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    Thanks for these. It would be great if there was 1 mega feed for all the search engines, not just limited to 1 either Bing, Yahoo, Google.