Monday, May 4, 2009

How do I recieve targeted RSS content using defined keywords?

I am a newbie with RSS. Its pretty straight forward on signing up for various RSS feeds- but my question is different. I want to use a keyword to decide when relevant content should show up in my RSS box. For example, if i am interested in "German Shephard", I would want any RSS feed to populate in my RSS box. How do I do that? Is RSS the best way?

After looking at both Yahoo and Google, there does not appear to be a way to set a keyword as the driver to populate content in my RSS box vs defining a specific RSS feed. thoughts?

How do I recieve targeted RSS content using defined keywords?
What you are describing is an "ego feed" you can create keyword search feeds on a number of different websites. The details can be found here:

and here:

Reply:This is an RSS feed about German Shepherds from Yahoo News.;_y...

I copied the link from the orange RSS box on this page.

Try searching for an "RSS Directory" in the search engine.

YouTube has videos explaining RSS.

You can display and provide links for your Y!A questions, your starred questions, and the news that interests you on your Y!360 and MySpace pages with an RSS feed.

The feed for my questions in MySpace updates faster than the one in my Y!360.

This website is for displaying RSS feeds in MySpace.

This website is for displaying RSS feesd in MySpace, Blogger, html, email, Google, Friendster, Hi5, and Xanga.

For Y!360:

Find your list of questions.

To the right of your most recent question you will see the RSS link.

Click on it with the right button then left click on copy shortcut (URL).

Or you can double click the RSS link and then copy the URL from your address bar.

In your Y!360 click "My Page."

Click "Add a Feed (via RSS)" or click "Edit Feeds."

Right click on one of the three boxes then left click on paste (the short cut - URL).

Then save.

You can also display information from:

Yahoo! News (for specific subjects like your state, country, or corporation)

MSN News

BBC News

Craigslist, Digg, Netflix, YouTube, and many periodicals,

and blogs from MySpace, Y!360 and other blog websites.

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