Page2RSS – Create an RSS feed for any web page!

Page2RSS LogoPage2RSS is a service that helps you monitor web sites that do not publish feeds. It will check any web page for updates and deliver them to your favorite RSS aggregator.

Feed is the best way to tack changes to any web page as compare to bookmarks. We explained feeds in details here alongwith video.

Now coming back to page2RSS, just paste URL of any web page, update to which you want to track, and page2RSS will create a feed for it which you can subscribe into your favorite feed-reader like Google Reader.

An example of such feed is Google’s homepage. Ever wondered how it has been changed over the time? Here is answer in feed form provided by page2RSS.

One more good thing with page2RSS is it cache pages over the time. So if you want to see how entire page looked after particular update, you can click on a link saying “View Entire Page”.

Also for easier subscribing, it gives you a bookmarklet option. About languages, it available in Russian apart from English as of now.

A simple but highly useful service I must say! πŸ™‚

Link: page2RSS | What is RSS?

Related: Orkutfeeds – Create RSS feed for Orkut Scrapbook,Community & Topic


Siddharth May 17, 2008

Nice πŸ™‚
Even I wrote about this service before sometime (link) πŸ™‚
p.s your comment form has gone a bit wrong πŸ˜€
it shows required for website field and not for email one πŸ˜›

Rahul Bansal May 18, 2008

Thanks for concern buddy, but comment form is working fine.
I guess it might be temporary problem may be due to cache or server problem.
If you see it again please let me know πŸ™‚

Varun Taneja June 8, 2008

hi just try this bookmarklet and convert every page to email-newsletter


Rahul Bansal June 12, 2008

@Varun Taneja
Thanks.. πŸ™‚

Vivek January 19, 2009

A better alternative to Page2RSS is !
Check it out rahul and i think you should also write a post about it.
It is far better useful than Page2RSS as you can specify the columns or particular parts of any page to be checked for RSS Creation !

Rahul Bansal January 26, 2009

Thanks for sharing vivek.
WIll surely check it out. πŸ™‚