The Sociable - For Pinterest Yes this article is about Pinterest but no, we’re not going to talk about the site’s astonishing rise or its revolutionary design features. Instead we’re going to talk about something old school, RSS. As you might know we love RSS but over the past year fewer and fewer sites are including RSS as a service for their users.
Create RSS Feeds for Yahoo Yahoo provides content for a variety of products and services as RSS feeds — thousands of feeds in total. You can subscribe to an RSS feed in My Yahoo or another RSS feed reader application. If you are a developer, RSS is an XML application, so you can parse RSS feeds as XML and then use the content within those feeds to build your own web applications or mashups or desktop client applications. This page provides an overview of Yahoo RSS feed support and how to get started using RSS from a developer perspective. Getting Started with RSS RSS Feeds for Google Plus Profiles and Search Results RSS feeds are not available in Google Plus but you can quickly generate feeds for any Google Profile or Page using the Feed+ app for Chrome. Google Plus does not offer RSS Feeds but you can easily generate feeds on your own using a new Chrome app developed by Eric Koleda, an engineer working with the Google Apps Script team. Here’s a sample Google+ Feed create using this tool. Follow Google+ Profiles and Pages via RSS Feeds To get started, launch Feed+ for Chrome and it will request access to some of your Google services. Say yes and you are all set to create RSS feeds from Google Plus.
Kristi Hines on RSS for Facebook Pages Do you want to keep up with the latest news for your favorite Facebook fan pages, but don’t want to miss out on them because EdgeRank is hiding them from your new feed? Or would you prefer to not have to go to Facebook at all until your favorite pages have updates? One of the Google Chrome extensions I use, RSS Subscription Extension, puts an RSS icon in the browser’s address bar when there is an RSS feed discovered on a page. Scraping software, services and plugins sum up Since we have already reviewed classic web harvesting software, we want to sum up some other scraping services and crawlers, scrape plugins and other scrape related tools. Web scraping is a sphere that can be applied to a vast variety of fields, and in turn it can require other technologies to be involved. SEO needs scrape. Proxying is one of the methods which can help you to stay masked while doing much web data extraction. Crawling is another sub-technology indispensable in scrape for unordered information sources.
RSS Feeds for Google Searches This tutorial describes how you can create RSS feeds for Google search results of any query and then subscribe to search results in any feed Reader. Google Alerts, you probably know this, offer an easy way for you to create RSS feeds from the Google search results of any query. This is a good option if you are looking to monitor when new web pages are indexed by Google that match your search query. If you have never created feeds with Google Alerts earlier, here’s a quick primer. Type your search keyword, expand options, choose “Automatic” for sources, choose “All Results” for “How Many” and set “RSS Feed” as the Delivery Method.
5 Interesting Ways To Use Google News RSS Feeds By learning more about these RSS feeds and incorporating a few interesting tricks to display and read these RSS news feeds, you’ll be able to stay on top of all the very best news as easily as possible. How’s that for useful? Creating RSS News Feeds Creating generic and specific news RSS feeds is quite an easy task. 1. Find Your Preferred Google News RSS Feed Looking for Your Twitter RSS Feed after the API Change? Here's How to Make a New One Looking for Your Twitter RSS Feed after the API Change? Here’s How to Make a New One Twitter Feeds Aren’t Gone, They’re Just in Hiding Twitter no longer provides RSS feeds for users so any URL that you generated with the old version of the Pixsy Twitter RSS feed generator will no longer work (I verified that they are officially gone after the phaseout period that they implemented earlier this year). If you’re looking for a way to get your RSS feeds back, here are two new approaches that work after the Twitter API 1.1 changes.
Directory Yahoo RSS Feeds In the beginning, it was just the Yahoo! Directory -- of course, it wasn't called "the directory" then: it was just Yahoo!. And when David and Jerry's pet dissertation-stalling project became more work than they could manage on their own, they assembled a team of unusual helpers. These "surfers" were a strange assortment -- ex-librarians, inquisitive generalists, obsessive-compulsives -- but they shared a few key traits: curiosity, an endless appetite for knowledge, and a passion for organizing information. Their goal (beyond satifying their own curiosity) was to help other users of the fledgling Internet find what they needed... even if they didn't know they needed it. The Spark wasn't there from the beginning, but once it launched, it seemed that it had been inevitable.
RSS Feeds from Bing Search Some lesser known but useful features of Bing (formerly Windows Live) that you may not find them in any of the other popular search engines including Google and Yahoo. When it comes to web search, Windows Live (or Bing) stands a distant third behind Google and Yahoo! but there aresome lesser-known features in Bing that aren’t just useful, you won’t find them in any of the other popular search engines. Let’s take a look: 1. Watch Video Preview in Search Results