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The Top 50 RSS Feeds In @BundlePost

Now that Bundle Post is handling millions of curated, marketing and other social media posts on a monthly basis, trends within our massive database are starting to appear. One of the trends we are tracking is which of the millions of RSS feeds added to the system by individual users are the most popular.

The Top 50 RSS feeds used for social mediaThe Bundle Post RSS engine allows users to add any RSS feed into their Bundle Post account, where we automatically ingest, database and manage the content multiple times per day. This content aggregation and management process dedups posts for every feed, tracks which you have shared on social and enables you to flag content you want the system to keep so you can share again. You can easily schedule, hashtag and manage social media marketing and curation posts in just minutes every 3-5 days.

With thousands of users, millions of RSS feeds and subsequent social media posts, we are now able to easily list the most frequently added feeds and most popular content sources within the system.

*It’s important to note that if you have installed the Bundle Post Chrome extension, you can easily add any of the following RSS feeds into your own Bundle Post account with a few clicks.

The Top 50 RSS Feeds In Bundle Post:

1) Bundle Posthttps://bundlepost.wordpress.com/feed/ – Not a big shock that our users are taking advantage of our blog content. We are honored!

2) Bundle Post YouTube Channelhttp://gdata.youtube.com/feeds/api/users/BundlePost/uploads

3) Social Media Examinerhttp://www.socialmediaexaminer.com/feed/

4) Social Media Todayhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/socialmediatoday_allposts

5) Mashablehttp://feeds.mashable.com/Mashable

6) Entrepreneur http://feeds.feedburner.com/entrepreneur/latest

7) SteamFeedhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/steamfeedcom

8) Copybloggerhttp://feeds.copyblogger.com/Copyblogger

9) Marketinglandhttp://feeds.marketingland.com/mktingland

10) Inchttp://feeds.inc.com/home/updates

11) Small Business Trendshttp://feeds2.feedburner.com/SmallBusinessTrends

12) Jeff Bullashttp://feeds.feedburner.com/JeffbullassBlog

13) Duct Tape Marketinghttp://www.ducttapemarketing.com/blog/feed/

14) Hubspot Marketinghttp://blog.hubspot.com/marketing/rss.xml

15) Business 2 Communityhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/B2C_Social

16) Tech Crunchhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/TechCrunch/

17) Danny Brownhttp://feeds.feedblitz.com/DannyBrown

18) Hubspot (all Blogs)http://blog.hubspot.com/rss.xml

19) Fast Companyhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/fastcompany/headlines

20) Wiredhttp://feeds.wired.com/wired/index

21) MarketingProfs (all blogs)http://rss.marketingprofs.com/marketingprofs/allinone

22) Search Engine Landhttp://feeds.searchengineland.com/searchengineland

23) The MOZ Bloghttp://feeds.feedburner.com/mozblog

24) Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/rss

25) Social Freshhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/SocialFresh

26) Content Marketing Institutehttp://contentmarketinginstitute.com/feed/

27) Pro Bloggerhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/ProbloggerHelpingBloggersEarnMoney

28) Life Hackerhttp://feeds.gawker.com/lifehacker/full

29) Kim Garsthttp://kimgarst.com/feed/

30) Razor Socialhttp://www.razorsocial.com/feed/

31) Marketo Marketing Bloghttp://feeds.feedburner.com/modernb2bmarketing

32) The Next Webhttp://feeds2.feedburner.com/thenextweb

33) Heidi Cohenhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/HeidiCohen

34) Harvard Businesshttp://feeds.harvardbusiness.org/harvardbusiness/

35) VentureBeathttp://feeds.venturebeat.com/Venturebeat

36) PR Daily – http://www.prdaily.com/Rss.aspx?sn=RSSHome

37) Jenn’s Trendshttp://jennstrends.com/feed/

38) eMarketerhttp://feeds.emarketer.com/Articles.xml

39) Brian Solishttp://feeds.feedburner.com/BrianSolis

40) 99Uhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/The99Percent

41) Tech Crunch (Social)http://feeds.feedburner.com/TechCrunch/social

42) Curattihttp://curatti.com/feed/

43) Houzzhttp://feeds.feedburner.com/houzz

44) Forbeshttp://www.forbes.com/entrepreneurs/feed/

45) Digital Trends – http://www.digitaltrends.com/feed/

46) Mediabistrohttp://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/feed

47) Inkling Media – http://feeds.feedburner.com/InklingMedia

48) ConversionXL – http://feeds.feedburner.com/ConversionXL

49) Intuit – http://feeds.feedburner.com/IntuitBlog

50) The John Maxwell Co – http://www.johnmaxwell.com/rss/

What about YOUR content? If you’d like to add your RSS Feed into the Bundle Post Index, click here.

If you’d like to spend 80% less time scheduling, hashtagging and managing curated and marketing social media posts, start your Free 3o Day Trial of Bundle Post Today!

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Filed under Blog, Bundle Post, Bundlet, Chrome Extension, Content, Curation, RSS Feed, Social content management, Social Media, Social Media Management, Social Media Marketing, social media tool, Tools, Twitter

Breaking News: Google Alerts Turns Back On RSS Support

Just as unexpectedly as Google turned off support for RSS Feeds of Alerts when they put an end to their Google Reader back in June, today it appears that they have turned them back on.

Google Alerts RSS

The Bundle Post has already tested the RSS Feed Channel function and they are working within the system. So for now, it appears that Google Alerts has turned back on RSS support for Alerts.

Login to your Google Alert account. Either create a new Alert and select the Feed option under the “Deliver To:” drop down, -or- go to your Manage Alerts page and edit a specific alert to change the Deliver To option.


Filed under Alerts, Bundle Post, Content, Google, Social Media

Social Media RSS feeds for Dummies AND Pro’s

To start with let’s define RSS – Really Simple Syndication. Well, that was clear as mud when I first read it a couple of years ago. I can’t even begin to tell you how many hours I spent reading everything I could to get a clear understanding as to what in the world a RSS feed is and why in the world should I care.
Some more experienced readers might be rolling their eyes now in boredom, but stick with me here because I am going to share some valuable information to even the best of Bloggers.
A simple way of describing a RSS is having your favorite blog or information sent to you whenever something new is added. You subscribe to receive it, either via email or sent to an RSS reader like Google Reader. Whenever the site or blog author writes something new, it automatically updates your reader with the new content so you can see it.
Here is where it gets interesting and how I learned the hard way how dangerous RSS feeds can be. I found a system that allowed me to input RSS feeds that could be sent to my Twitter audience automatically. How clever was that? Right? Set the Twitter account on autopilot and not worry. Oh boy….not very clever when you are in the middle of a Presidential campaign and the authors of what I was subscribed to started writing about their political opinions which happened to be opposite of mine. I could not unsubscribe fast enough.
By the way, I have also learned that there is nothing in social media marketing that is on autopilot and also effective. Social media is about conversation around content with people, not mindless cruise control. Not only that, but to many autopilot type technology is highly frowned upon in the social graph.

Previously in the Real Estate industry for 13 years, I looked for more home related content and blogs that would be solid content for my audience. I could control how often they posted on my twitter account but I had no control as to what or when they would post. Disappointed, I pulled the plug on a majority of what was being fed through. I finally decided to hand pick things from my Google Reader, Google Alerts and other sites I visited and manually scheduled them out using Hootsuite. This was an exhausting and totally time sucking activity, however it always resulted in better content and conversations.

Why are RSS feeds important? Because they are an incredible way to receive relevant content that you can share with your audience.

Why should a business care about RSS feeds? Because they save a tremendous amount of time.

Are you totally confused yet? I told you the pitfalls of them…which boils down to this….YOU ARE AT THE MERCY OF THE AUTHOR.

So, what if there was a way to input RSS feeds into a system that databased everything for you, prepared already as a social media post for any social platform? What if it allowed YOU to pick and choose which articles or blog posting you wanted to share and more importantly allowed YOU to schedule when you could post to your audience? No longer updating your Twitter account at 3am while you and your audience are asleep… No longer posting to Linkedin something not relevant. No longer posting 4 things to your fanpage at the same time. But something that YOU controlled posting times, content posts and topics exactly when you know your audience would actually see your posts.

BundlePost.com is a system that allows you to do this. I would think from a author’s perspective they would want their content shared with their reader’s audience. The peek time for my audience is sometimes not the same as the authors peek time for their audience. Which makes Bundle Post a total win win solution for both subscriber and author.

I want the biggest bang for my buck when sharing content. I no longer wish to randomly post, just to be posting. Having complete control over RSS and Google Alert content has proven to be a complete time saver, but more importantly has resulted in huge improvements in all metrics we track on my account.

I asked our CEO, if I could write this blog post because I feel this is a very powerful feature of our technology that many are not quite understanding. I hope it helped you.


Filed under Relationship, Social Aggregation, Social content management, Social Media, social media automation, Social Media Content, Social Media Management