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Is there a batch rss feed creator?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bubsgonzola, Aug 21, 2010.

  1. Bubsgonzola

    Bubsgonzola Newbie

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    What I am looking for is a way to enter a list of static pages' URLs line by line and then turn them each into an rss feed, but you probably guessed that.

    This is not to be confused with feed aggregation.

    Thanks. Time saving for the win.
     
  2. bhatme

    bhatme Newbie

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    living in canada..that's all u need to know
    if I understand you correctly... you might want this http://www.icerocket.com/

    sign up(free) use the RSS builder tool...
     
  3. accelerator_dd

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    I am thinking about writing a tool in the lines of creating an RSS from a list of links, spinnable title and spinnable description. After that just host it, and submit to agreggators.

    Do you guys think it's necessary?
     
  4. blacat

    blacat Regular Member

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    ScrapeBox can create an RSS feed from a list of static urls.
    If you you want a hosted one than you can use one of these:
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    http://www.html2rss.com/
    http://www.hostmyrss.com/
    
     
  5. florinosci

    florinosci Registered Member

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    Wouldn't that take forever though if you had a bunch of urls to turn into feeds? Is there anything faster out there for this?
     
  6. natatasha32

    natatasha32 Registered Member

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    I use Feedage.com. Sign up and register.

    Next, you will see a tab near the top of the page labeled "My Blends". This will enable you to turn a group of HTML urls into an RSS feed. Make sure you titled it and click "Enabled" before you save it.

    Now, here's a tip!

    Grab your new Feedage RSS feed you just created and click on the tab labeled "My Feeds". Next, click on "Submit a RSS feed" in the left corner of this page and paste your RSS feed and again make sure you click "enabled". By performing this powerful step, you will get Google and RSS feed readers to find your links. This also creates backlinks to your HTML urls.

    I hope this helps!
     
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  7. AJ3XP

    AJ3XP Newbie

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    FFS why the hell can I not post a goddamn URL? I don't give a fuck if this place gets spammed, what good is an SEO forum without any fucking links to places! Jesus half of us are fricking xrumering the hell out of the web but apparently this forum is too precious for that! rofl!

    Replace the "^" in the URLs below with "." and hxxp with http - LAME!

    The way I've done this in the past is to use Dapper (hxxp://open^dapper^net) which will create an RSS feed from a URL based on your inputs about how to categorize the content on the URLs. It really helps if the URLs use similar templates. You will then be able to take the the Dapper API URL generated and use something like Excel to create permuations of that API URL for each of the sites/pages/urls you want to create RSS feeds for.

    E.g. hxxp://open^dapper^net/transform^php?dappName=TravelAlertscaVancouverFeed&transformer=RSS&extraArg_title=Trip_Info&extraArg_description[]=Trip_Name&applyToUrl=hxxp%3A%2F%2Fwww^travelalerts^ca%2Ftop-travel-deals-from-vancouver^html

    So with your URLs you'd change the &applyToUrl= parameter in something like excel to generate an RSS feed for all your pages.



    HTH
    AJ
     
  8. smartalex4

    smartalex4 Junior Member

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    How do you create the RSS feed out of a list of static websites with Scrapebox?
     
  9. Bubsgonzola

    Bubsgonzola Newbie

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    Oh really? Well I just got the software, and I don't see how...
     
  10. blacat

    blacat Regular Member

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    In ScrapeBox:
    1. Import URL list (Harvester are - top right)
    2. Export URL list => Export as RSS XML list


    Let me know if you still cannot create the RSS feed.
     
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  11. Bubsgonzola

    Bubsgonzola Newbie

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    That's good thank you.
     
  12. Bubsgonzola

    Bubsgonzola Newbie

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    What do I do with the RPW file after it is exported.

    The data doesn't look like RSS feeds.

    Not that technically inclined.
     
  13. blacat

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    You have to upload this xml source page to your site and then you can read that page in a feed reader.
     
  14. Bubsgonzola

    Bubsgonzola Newbie

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    Sorry dude..

    Is it like fileDOTrpw in a directory? Or DOTxml?

    Does this display URL by URL?

    I just want something for the RSS module in SEnuke.

    thanks...
     
  15. blacat

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    It is .xml file that you upload to your site.

    It displays title and description.

    I'm not familiar with SEnuke; but the output file from ScrapeBox is needed to be uploaded to your site. In case you don't want the RSS feed in your site and want it to be available on the net somewhere else than you can use the two sites I mentioned earlier where you just put a list of urls and they create and host that feed... which you can submit to the RSS aggregates.
     
  16. super nuver

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    hostmyrss is the only one that works for me right now. it has easy copy/paste bulk adding of urls. dont know why html2rss is all lame.

    oops i set up some feeds on hostmyrss and it still says "waiting" i guess they aren't good either.
     
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