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Easy-to-use RSS to HTML tools
The services listed below make it easy for anyone to convert their RSS feed - or someone else's - into a few lines of embeddable code. This makes it very simple for anyone with no experience of complicated programming languages and coding to publish their feeds effectively.
It really is as simple as making use of the service of your choice, entering the URL of your RSS feed, customizing how it will look on your website, and then grabbing the few lines of code given to you at the end. All you have to do then is embed the code into your web page, blog template or blog post - much as you would a YouTube video. As if by magic, you have a constant stream of fresh news.
The most common way that the creators of these services get RSS feeds onto your site is through Javascript. While this makes it easy for the non-technical among us to get up and running, the downside is that the news content you bring in via the RSS feed cannot be read by the search engine bots that scan your website content.
This is because JavaScript, when placed in the HTML code of your website, does not actually contain any news content, but rather a few lines of code that call that information from the original news source. As such, when the search engine looks for content in your JavaScript-published RSS news feed, it doesn't find anything to report.
Consequently, those keenly interested in search engine optimization might want to consider alternatives to JavaScript-based RSS to HTML solutions, such as services that make use of PHP.


Web widget solutions
Web Widgets often make use of Javascript in addition to other programming languages, and offer another very easy way to incorporate RSS feeds directly into your website.
Rather than embedding the news stream itself into your web page, you embed a customized RSS aggregator, which you can then make changes to without having to republish it. As is the case with other JavaScript-based solutions, the news content contained within your widgets cannot be read by search engines.


RSS to HTML with feed splicing, editing and publishing
It is one thing to have a rolling RSS feed that includes everything published, and quite another to be able to combine feeds, and either automatically filter or hand-select the most relevant news items published.
The following services give you the ability to not only convert your RSS feeds into HTML, but also to combine, filter and personally edit your news content before you publish it to the web.