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Turning Multiple URLs into RSS Feeds

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Stu784, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    Say I scrape one of my sitemaps with Scrapebox how can I then take all those URLs and turn them into RSS Feeds to submit inside of Scrapebox.

    I know there are tools on the web to create 1 feed from 1 URL at a time however I'm looking for something where I can load up all the URLs I want feeds creating from and have it run in the background. I would then take that list and run through Scrapebox's RSS Submit module.

    I hope I'm making sense!!
     
  2. linkhouse

    linkhouse Newbie

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    Maby this rss / icerocket / c|o|m put several URL in to 1 feed
     
  3. konst666

    konst666 Registered Member

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    Scrapebox has a feature Export as RSS XML List.
     
  4. Stu784

    Stu784 Regular Member

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    And that will take a list of standard URLs and turn them into RSS Feeds?
     
  5. rprabu

    rprabu Power Member

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    Yes you can save it as xml feed and upload somewhere and then work to get them indexed..
     
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    thedarkest12 Regular Member

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    Yeah, just bang them in scrapebox, and let it do it's work. Also you can use SENuke if you have it.
     
  7. hellonwheels

    hellonwheels Junior Member

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    Make sure the RSS feed you create is valid before you submit it to multiple RSS feed submission sites, or you're wasting your time.

    How?

    Here: FeedValidator.org http://feedvalidator.org/