Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by beltsazar, Sep 28, 2008.
hi just wondring if i can get feed to full article vis RSS? is it possible?
its possible if the site/blog owner has set up his rss that way (allowing full text feeds)... otherwise, you will have to be a real techie to tweak softwares like rs*s*2*bl*og to extract full articles from rss feeds that scrapes only excerpts as the owner wished it to be...
Yeah it all depends on the feed. Look for feeds that display the entire articles and you'll be golden.
and how do you search them?
I search them intensively
ok just kidding, try with google reader
it seem google reader get the whole article but how to fetch them in to our site?
I'm also interested to know, can you say more?
in google reader you get all five last messages, and you need to copy and change a little or you make a duplicate it's crazy i try it
do it yourself personal yourssssssss
I know two :
http://treatmentnews.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default ( Cancer Treatment News, genarally unique )
http://finance.varolmak.com/feeds/posts/default ( Daily Finance and economy news, genarally unique )
as i mentioned in my other post here, there is a service that transforms partial feeds to full text feeds at hxxp://labs.echoditto.c0m/fulltextrss. it does not work with all sources though. ezinearticles.com is a non-working example. but i have had some great success with other feeds.
have your own service on your server, better than the echoditto one:
Just wanted to document that BlogSense now has this ability through scraping.
Blogsense looks promising. I am trying it now. After found may issues with WPRobot posts, i'll give BS a try.
Hi, I have a tool, it grab the full article from the original page of each rss link.
there is a sample:
if you are interesting I will attach this script here so you can custom each website as you like.
G Search - WizardRSS it works I found it yesterday and tried it
works pretty well - theres a limit on auto-scripting without paying for an API
though they do sell the Self-Hosted version and I have seen it posted before
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