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[FREE] Full article extractor

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by CyberSEO, Apr 16, 2012.

  1. CyberSEO

    CyberSEO Senior Member

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    Almost all RSS-pulling scripts are unable to extract the full-text articles from the RSS feeds with shortened descriptions. Here is a 100% free online tool which takes an URL of the shortened RSS feed and then generates its static full-text version RSS: http://www.wmutils.com/fulltextrss/

    The generated full-text links don't update (because they are static) and live during one hour to not overfill the server storage. However one hour is more than enough to syndicate all the full-text articles from the generated RSS feed.

    That project belongs to our good partners, thus please use it to parse the legit feeds only (e.g. Amazon affiliate feeds etc). Don't syndicate any copyrighted content w/o getting a prior permission from its owner(s).

    P.S. The service works "AS IS" so it does not guaranty the 100% compatibility with all existing RSS feeds. It may be unable to parse some feeds correctly.
     
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  2. ch8878

    ch8878 Elite Member

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    Nice share will try it out.
     
  3. casinobonus24

    casinobonus24 Newbie

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    Thanks for the share!
     
  4. adele

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    NIce share, thanks. There are a couple of other free and cool services as well, such as: wizardrss , fulltextrssfeed , FeedsAPI (not free but really good), where FeedsAPI has an RSS to Email option and is ideal for autoblogging.