No RSS? Get Website Updates with Page2RSS

These days, we can follow a lot of site updates through RSS feeds. Unfortunately, there is still a chunk of websites on the internet that don’t have RSS feeds enabled. If this is something important or crucial to your blogging needs, it might get tiring to keep visiting the site to check for updates.


This simple web service aims at bridging this gap between the RSS savvy web readers like you and the archaic websites that haven’t put up RSS feeds yet. All you need to do is simply add the website you would like to follow to the box in Page2RSS page and you will get a link you can add to your feed reader. As simple as that.


Another way to use this service is to drag the ‘Add to Page2RSS’ link to your bookmarks toolbar. When you are on a website you would like to get RSS updates on, just click this link and you will be offered the RSS link as you did before.

That’s all there is to it. The elegance of it’s service is in its simplicity.

I am entering this blogging tip in ProBlogger’s Birthday Bash contest.

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5 Responses to “No RSS? Get Website Updates with Page2RSS”

  1. Troy October 4, 2007 at 11:23 am #

    Very nice service! I’ve been waiting for somebody to come up with this :)

  2. K-IntheHouse October 4, 2007 at 1:12 pm #

    Troy.. great to see you again! Yes, I am going to start using this heavily as my feed reader is the most used app after email.

    I have so far tracked such sites with the Firefox extension called Update Scanner which works great but this is even more convenient.

  3. Garry Conn October 7, 2007 at 11:30 pm #

    This looks pretty good man… I have a few old sites that don’t have RSS and my only option was to hand write the xml file needed.

  4. Mike October 18, 2007 at 2:24 am #

    Thanks for sharing. I’ve been using for creating RSS feeds and it works really well.

  5. K October 19, 2007 at 2:22 am #

    Mike, you are welcome! I will try Feedity next time around and see how it compares with Page2RSS. I wonder if one of those works better than the other. Thanks for sharing that.

    And, welcome to ShanKri-la! :grin:

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