Some of the Social networks like Pinterest offer a standard feed while others like Facebook or Quora requires their API to obtain a feed. They are simple text files that are submitted to feed directories and further allow the subscribers to see the content.
What is RSS feed?
According to Wikipedia, RSS (Rich Site Summary; originally RDF Site Summary; often called Really Simple Syndication) is a type of web feed which allows users to access updates to online content in a standardized, computer-readable format. The news aggregator will automatically check the RSS feed for new content, allowing the content to be automatically passed from website to website or from website to user.
How to see your Blog’s RSS feed?
WordPress users or a self-hosted version just need to add /feed at the end of your Blog URL. For a Tumble blog, add /rss at the end.
- Feed to Blogger – Creates new posts on Blogspot blogs with links your latest posts.
- Feed to Buffer – Shares your latest posts to Twitter, Facebook (profiles, pages, groups), LinkedIn (profiles, pages), and Google+ (pages).
- Feed to Delicious – Creates Delicious bookmarks for your latest posts.
- Feed to Diigo – Creates Diigo bookmarks for your latest posts.
- Feed to Facebook – Shares your latest posts to Facebook profiles, pages, and groups.
- Feed to LinkedIn – Shares your latest posts to LinkedIn profiles.
- Feed to Reddit – Creates new links to your latest posts on Reddit.
- Feed to Storify – Creates new stories linking to your latest posts on Storify.
- Feed to Tumblr – Creates new posts on Blogspot blogs with links your latest posts.
- Feed to Twitter – Shares your latest posts to Twitter.
- Feed to WordPress – Creates new posts on WordPress blogs with links your latest posts.
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