Create RSS feeds for any website with Google Reader [Video]

I like reading blogs and following them. I do not usually visit the website unless I want to comment on a article. Hence I use Google Reader to keep track of all my favorite must read blogs. There are some web pages which do update but unfortunately there is no RSS feed for you to keep track of them. Rahul Bansal did review Page2Rss which allows you to create a RSS feed of any webpage.


But I was pleasantly suprised that now I can create RSS feeds for any webpage through Google Reader.

Google Reader

  • Log into your Google reader and click on Add Subscribtion.
  • Just enter the web page address which you want a RSS feed to be created.
  • For instance I wanted to check if Google India home page had a RSS feed, as it did not I created it with Google Reader.
  • So next time Google India has a new Doodle I will be notified through Google Reader.


Here is a video of how this feature works.

I think this is a cool feature and now I can keep an eagle eye on any webpage I want monitor for changes. Along with options of using send to feature of Google Reader, this one will surely make me stay with Google reader for a long time to come. What do you think about this new feature? Let me know through your comments.


abhi January 26, 2010

It will create a new revolution. Earlier bloggers are fond of it, now many new users will join it.

himanshu January 26, 2010

ya you can even subscribe it on your mobile phones to get regualr updates.

Yogesh Mankani January 27, 2010

Thanks for sharing this wonderful tip and I am doing same when not able to find RSS feed.

Btw, I have subscribed your site too 🙂

vinay August 26, 2011

hey bro ! when i am trying this method it shows
”« Return to feed discovery
Your search did not match any feeds.


Make sure all words are spelled correctly.
Try different keywords.
Try more general keywords.”