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Getting RSS feeds on particular keywords
refining rss feeds so that i just get results for the keywords I'm looking
Jeep_Tony




msg:3930072
 3:01 am on Jun 10, 2009 (gmt 0)

Hi,

I am new to RSS feeds and am using Google Reader. When I add a subscription, I put in some keywords that I am interested in. I get results and join that subscription but when I click on that RSS Feed, it contains feeds that are totally unrelated to what I'm looking for.

For instance if I'm looking for "beagles in boston", I get a feed from someone, god knows when, listed something about "beagles in boston" and when i click on that "feed" i get everything under the sun that this person has included in his/her feed. Could be a watch for sale in boston, a house in Boston, blah blah blah.

Basically my question is how can I search an RSS feed to give me results about "beagles in Boston" and nothing else.

IS this feasible or am I just a newb doughhead?

Thanks

 

bill




msg:3930134
 6:16 am on Jun 10, 2009 (gmt 0)

Welcome to WebmasterWorld Jeep_Tony.

Where are you getting these keyword feeds that you're subscribing to?

MayaLocke




msg:3933001
 11:54 am on Jun 14, 2009 (gmt 0)

Do a search on Ego Feeds and you can find a number of places where you can setup keyword search feeds. This is good for monitoring mentions of your brand.

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