Sunday, May 22

Get the rss feed of a Google search

Written by Paul Anthony  //  May 17, 2009


Ever wondered how you might get an RSS feed of a Google search? Well, its pretty simple to be honest – and enables a whole plethora of options for reputation management – especially when combined with a Google search. So how do you get the data? Well it is a relatively underused feature of Google alerts. Instead of sending the alert to an email address, you can now send it to a feed. 1) Login to Google alerts
Select delivery to a feed for your terms:
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2).  Select the feed icon to send to your feed reader.
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You can see from this alert that I’m setting up a feed for the people who favourite my Tweets. See Justin Park’s post on what terms you need to punch into Google to do that, although this may take a bit of time to come through, it adds another string in the bow to my DIY reputation monitor – as i’ll be able to see which tweets people favourite around my brand / name.  If you want to do the same – simply change the name of Twitter account to your own rather than @webireland.
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