FeedYes gives every website and even every page on a website its own unique feed.
Even when a website does not suply regular feeds by itself. With FeedYes, users can get feeds for any site or for any specific page they want to follow using their rss reader. Feeds which are created using FeedYes.com can be read with any RSS reader. FeedYes works from a simple idea: try to find dynamic links on websites or pages that have a certain news value. Easier said than done: there are millions of websites and each requires a (slightly) different approach for creating a usable feed. With our 5-step model, that contains an extensive filter, we try to approach the level of quality that a normal feed posesses. But, even if sometimes a non-news link shows up in your feed, this service is very handy. At least, so say the founders who first built FeedYes for themselves to monitor changes and follow news on their favorite pages.
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