One of the great features of zubbit is auto fetching great content to convert into zubbitlinks, and publish on autopilot using our RSS functionality (what is an RSS Feed?)
So that means taking content from any website in any niche that publishes its content via RSS (most do these days!) and automatically creating ZUBBit links which you can publish and share.
But the where do you find the RSS feeds from? Well most sites now have RSS feeds of their content but one of the best ways of getting great content in a niche across many websites is to use Google Alerts. (Note, you will need a Google account)
In this post I’m going to focus on using Google Alerts to create RSS Feeds.
Step 1: Go to Google Alerts
Once there it’s as simple as putting in the search term for the content you want, in this example I’ve used “email marketing”. Then in the options boxes below you’ve got all sorts of options but the main one is “Deliver To” where you need to select “RSS Feed”.
Step 2: Press “Create Alert” and your done!
You will now be taken to the list of alerts you’ve created and you can then press the RSS symbol as seen in this image.
Step 3: When you’ve pressed the RSS symbol you will be taken to your RSS feed.
From there you just copy and paste the URL of your new RSS feed which you can then set up within zubbit to auto pull in any new pages published that Google finds across millions of sites..