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Wednesday, November 08, 2006

Quickly Create OPML Files from RSS Feeds

Feedshow's OPMLBuilder is a quick and easy way to create an OPML file that you can import into your favorite RSS reader. OPML files are basically lists of RSS feed URLs that you can export from one reader into another so you don't have to laboriously re-enter RSS URLs one at a time if you decide to switch to a different reader.

You'll find OPMLBuilder very helpful when you see a page containing dozens of RSS feeds, and you don't want to input them one at a time. All you need to do is enter the page's URL into OPMLBuilder and select which RSS URLs you want to include in your OPML file. For instance, Yahoo! News has dozens of RSS feeds on one page, and you can quickly create an OPML file out of them. Then import the OPML file into your feed reader.

Personally, I collect a lot of RSS feeds while browsing, and OPMLBuilder is a quick way to import them all at once instead of as I find them.

Feedshow also offers revenue sharing if you decide to syndicate your blog's content through them. All you need is a Google Adsense account.



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