You may find a great site or blog that you would like to curate articles from but it doesn’t have an RSS feed. While our Get It tool will let you capture individual articles, you have to remember to go and visit the site regularly. This article from Robin Goode at Master New Media recaps a group of tools that let you create an RSS feed from a site that doesn’t have one. This will allow you to add the new RSS feed as a source and use MyCurator to capture articles automatically as they are published.
In this new Sharewood Guide I have collected the best free tools to convert any web page to RSS.
Web page to RSS converters are free tools, usually web-based, that anyone can use to keep changes of any site which doesn’t offer a RSS feed for its readers.
RSS feeds are very intuitive and easy-to-use: to create a feed just grab the desired page’s URL, paste it into the box, and click generate. Some of these tools, will also offer advanced options to let you refine which of the items present on a specific web page need to be included in your newly generated RSS feed.
Here the best web page to RSS converters I have found out there (if you know of other ones, please help me out by adding them in the comment area at the end):