Zapier looks a lot if (see our article) and they claim to have 100 “zaps” or processes to handle RSS feeds. Some are interesting, …read more


Ah, FeedBurner. What can we say? It was one of the first sites to take RSS seriously. It’d process, clean up, beautify, monitize your RSS feed. Then Google …read more


In Mailchimp, it’s fairly easy to set up a new RSS-to-email campaign. Mailchimp offers a free tier of service if you have less than 2,000 email addresses on …read more

The site looks horribly old-school. It got bought out by and I’m afraid they haven’t put much effort into updating it. Their last blog entry was …read more is a website that can take your RSS feed and post new items to Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn and Google+. You can log in with your Facebook …read more