mass rss feed creator?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by cfillingi, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. cfillingi

    cfillingi Newbie

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    Ive never messed with rss feeds much but, Is there a program where I can throw all my backlinks at it and it will create the rss feeds for me automatically? I have never messed with SEnuke does it do this?
     
  2. Disposable

    Disposable Registered Member

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    Use feedyes(dot)com to create the rss feeds.

    Use rssmix(dot)com to combine them into one unique feed to submit everywhere.
     
  3. cfillingi

    cfillingi Newbie

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    Yea but it would be very tedious to create a feed for every single backlink that I make I want to be able to just throw a list at a program and it make the RSS feeds for me.
     
  4. mpsheng

    mpsheng Newbie

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    Update. Does anyone have an answer for this? I looked at feedyes and it is horrid. HTML2RSS is flakey, and connection is crap.
     
  5. G0D0VERY0U

    G0D0VERY0U Regular Member

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    You can make one in Ubot to work with icerocket and "psuedo-multithread" it by opening multiple instances of the same executable.

    I use such an application but don't have permission to share it - a BHW member made it so I won't share it without his permission. If it was a commercial program I'd up it in a heartbeat for you.
     
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  6. amreen

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    Yes, I also like to know is there anything that I do not have to add url one by one to make feed? Like, pingdevice, where you can add all the urls at once to ping. Similar to that?
     
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