Is your favorite web site missing an RSS feed for you to subscribe to for updates? Here is a handful of online applications that will help you monitor web sites that do not publish feeds. Create an RSS feed for any web page with these tools.
- Feedity – Very simple to use, and no fuss web page to RSS conversions.
- Feed43 – For tweakers, this is the tool for you. Check out the tutorial to see all the customizations you can do.
- Dapper – Easy to use tool for visually creating your own RSS feed from any site out there.
- FeedMarklet – A no-fuss interface. It won’t scrape content but makes it easy to add your own.
- FeedYes – Automatically generated feeds for any page on the Web.
- Page2RSS – It is a service that helps you monitor web sites that do not publish feeds.
- Ponyfish – Simple web-based tool that allows you to create your own RSS feeds from almost any web page.
- FeedBeater – Just plug the web site URL in, and let the web site take care of the rest of the conversion.
- FeedFire – This site will take virtually any web page and convert it into a fully formed and fully coded RSS feed.
Out of them all, I think FeedMarklet and Feedity probably have the easiest interface to get started with, and Feed43 has the most options to customize and tweak till you get things just the way you want them. I would suggest giving them all a shot though, and see which one does to the best job for you, depending on the page you are trying to pull RSS information from.