Free RSS news feed file creation for your website

Repeat RSS Feed Expert is a free service that allows you to make RSS feed files online, free of charge.   You can then generate and download these and put them on your website.

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If you are not sure what an RSS is and how you can use it to improve your website for marketing and SEO is then start by looking our RSS Feeds for websites help page.  

To get started using RSS feeds on digital signage screens, then see RSS feeds for digital signage,


Paid RSS hosting for websites and digital signage, and RSS news feed file direct publishing subscriptions


We also offer SILVER and GOLD paid subscriptions.  These give you the following options for your RSS feeds:

-  Build and host RSS feeds on our website.  This gives you an address to use on your website such as: http://www.rssfeedexpert.com/users/YourAccount/news.xml .   You can use these for your website RSS feed hosting or for displaying with digital signage software and hardware. 

-  Direct feed publishing to your website.  This works by storing your FTP connection details (create a limited FTP account for security) on our secure server and then you can publish your RSS directly to your website, even with your mobile phone.   FTP details are stored on our secure servers hosting by a PCI/DSS (credit card industry security) specialist hosting company in the US.

You can then use mobile devices, such as smart phones, to securely update your news feeds anytime, anywhere, 24/7.  Our website was designed from the ground up to be used on mobile phones, tablets as well as desktop computers. 

Sign up for a free account now which has a 30 day free trial of our SILVER and GOLD subscriptions.  See our Subscription Pricing page for more information.

All RSS XML files generated in RSS 2.0 format.

 

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