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Looking for Feeds

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by Falrish, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. Falrish

    Falrish Regular Member

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    Just wanted to throw this out there. Does anyone know of a good place to find niche specific feeds?

    I am looking for a quite specific niche that is quite popular for a few autoblogs and I would like to work these off RSS feeds.

    Let me know please. All help will be greatly appreciated.
     
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    Dubbletoke Regular Member

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    rss-network.c o m

    they got a wide variety, if what your looking for isnt in there i can only say that google is your friend ;P
     
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  3. Falrish

    Falrish Regular Member

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    Thanks for the link to rss-network. They seem to be a little shoddy IMO from the feeds I have seen there.

    But, I know a lot about google, and it was not really helping me.
    Any other help would be great!
     
  4. toptips44

    toptips44 Regular Member

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    easiest way to find feeds IMO is to use google reader. Jsut do a search in there for your niche and grab the feed.
     
  5. staycoolmen2006

    staycoolmen2006 Regular Member

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    i would suggest u to look into
    blogsearch. google . c o m
     
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    google reader is a nice option..
     
  7. Rukiara

    Rukiara Registered Member

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    Yaayy, I've been looking for some of these too for awhile. xD I found one but it was kinda crap.
     
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    saleh Newbie

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    use google reader
     
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    OP, try syndic8.com - they have what your looking for.
     
  10. Falrish

    Falrish Regular Member

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    Thank you thedorf. This one looks like I can scrounge up some good articles to work with :)
    @Others: Thanks for the ideas.

    I will look these over, I hope this will help me get everything working and have my campaigns run well.
     
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    I'm mostly using google blog search and google reader