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[Tip] How to find Feed Sources for your blog 7 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 17
Congratulations on setting up the most powerful Auto Blogging Software. As the software uses RSS Feeds to find content and post to your Blog, finding proper feed sources is actually the hardest task as with any other auto blogging tool you may use. However, let me ease that task for you.

First of all you must know what an RSS Feed is. Expanded to Rich Site Summary or Real Simple Syndication, it is a way in which frequently updated website content is delivered for use in special reader application or to other syndication services like out software. Almost every website or at-least the ones with content updated regularly will be publishing their content via RSS feeds. Almost 99% of the Blogs in the world today use RSS feeds.

So to find a feed source, you must actually find some blogs; Blogs related to your niche or focused topic. This is dead simple as we have our lovable friend Google at hand. Just do a search with your keyword and blog at the end. For example, if you're looking for feeds on the topic "home improvement", search in Google for "home improvement blogs". That's it.

Scan through the search results and visit some top blogs which have good quality content and most importantly the once which get updated regularly. You can find the particular blog' feed link either publicly visible in their home page or better yet, it is available at the right corner of your browser' address bar.

So there you have it. Go ahead and use Google and of course your creative imaginations.

Best feeds that work with the software:
Unlike other auto blogging tools, with our software it doesn't matter how much content is available in the feed. The software will go deep into the feed' website and grab the article content for you. So literally every feed is the best feed.

But you have to look out for the best websites instead! Sites that update frequently is the first choice. Then sites that have a clean layout with original content published. Lots of content should be there instead of plain images or videos. You may find a lot of sites with just plain images or videos in every post but the best sites will always have some content written. For example, when you take a tech site, have a look at engadget.com They're obviously the best. Likewise, you may filter out the best feed sources for your blog.

Which feeds don't work?
Many sites especially the search and indexing ones like Yahoo feed won't work at all because it isn't a site with their own content but instead index other websites. Their feed will typically have links to other websites and a part of their content. These are like syndication service. So don't try to use them with the software, there are tons of other original websites from where you could find your feed.

Also I recently noticed GoArticles requesting CAPTCHA clearance when you view many number of articles in short time. Don't use them as well. Although these sites are popular for having all kinds of content, there are ton of other websites from where you could grab the content and be on the safe side. Always look out for blogs in your niche and you're good to go!

If you still require any assistance in finding a suitable feed for your niche, post below and I will try to help.

Regards,
NiCK Carty..
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Re:[Tip] How to find Feed Sources for your blog 7 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 0
many feed can't be in progress today
rss.xml feed
atom feed
and feedburner

can you give me solution

thanks
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Re:[Tip] How to find Feed Sources for your blog 7 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 17
Maybe the feed' source website is down? Check in a browser and if it works fine, post your feed link here and I will look at it.

Regards,
Carty..
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Re:[Tip] How to find Feed Sources for your blog 7 Years, 7 Months ago Karma: 0
Carty wrote:
Maybe the feed' source website is down? Check in a browser and if it works fine, post your feed link here and I will look at it.

Regards,
Carty..


thanks sir for your support
i am newbie

i try using this feed url

feeds.feedburner.com/AutoBloggingSoftware

top-car-wallpapers.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default
eror message in software like this


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and i using wordpress feed

http://erazer007.wordpress.com/feed/
wp feed ok software worked but eror to grab images



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Re:[Tip] How to find Feed Sources for your blog 7 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 17
Hello Gandensang,

I just noticed that Feedburner uses Atom publishing protocols but the software works only with RSS feeds. Don't worry, I have already updated the software to support Atom feeds too.

Download this update file.
Unzip it and take the Auto Blogging.exe file.
Open your Install folder (C:\Program Files\CartyStudios Corp.\WebMag - AutoBlogging Software)
Place the Auto Blogging.exe file from the zip you downloaded above, into this install folder replacing the old one.

Open the application now and tell me if it works fine.

Regarding the other WP feed, it returned less content because it had a video and order list codes. I'm currently working on fixing content with videos in it. Meanwhile, you can try using the second method of extraction - "Between a known location". In that website you gave, the content is hidden between:
<div class='snap_preview'> and <div style="margin-top: 1em" class="possibly-related">

Try it and tell me how it goes.

Regards,
Carty..
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Re:[Tip] How to find Feed Sources for your blog 7 Years, 6 Months ago Karma: 0
thanks carty for this updates

now my software has been worked
give me support went any problem in other day



regard

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