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Content Feeds (keyword based feeds) User Guide

Google news, Bing, Flickr, Photobucket, Pinterest, Vimeo, iTnes
David Logan
Updated 5 months ago
Content Feeds

Content Feeds (Keyword Based Feeds) generator allows you to search for quality content from several famous content providers with the help of targeted keywords, usernames, channel IDs, etc.

Search results are provided as original self-updating content feeds.

To use the Content Feeds generator you need to sign up for any of the RSS Ground membership plans

Content feeds are private feeds. The number of active private feeds can be limited according to a chosen RSS Ground membership plan.

If you already have an RSS Ground account, you need to go to FEEDS - Generate private feeds, and then choose your content source:

Learn more about how to get started with content discovery in RSS Ground

Generating content feeds

First, you need to specify a Content source. Use the dropdown menu. You can use only one content source at a time.

Then you need to specify your search parameter: keywords, usernames, or else, depending on the content source. Some sources allow you to use several parameters (up to 10) at a time. A separate content feed will be generated for each search parameter.

Google News

To generate Google News feeds you can specify not only your keywords but also your language and region preferences.


When you choose Pinterest as a content source you are offered to specify any Pinterest user, including your own user. For a more targeted search, you can also specify a Pinterest board name that belongs to the specified user. 


You can generate content feeds with videos of a specific Vimeo user, or of a specific Vimeo channel. Several usernames or channels can be entered at a time. A separate feed to each user or channel will be generated.

iTunes (USA)

You can generate iTunes feeds with media content. Only the USA locale is available right now.

Choose the type of media content and additional sorting to target your result feed. You can also choose a rating (maturity rating) for your content: "Explicit = Yes" - will include rated media content in the feed.

You can use the Preview option to make sure your feed displays content relevant to your search.

Press GENERATE button.

You have several options:

  • Save to Feeds Box - simply save your new content feeds to the Feeds Box to use them later.
  • Add to Feeds Reader - add content feeds to your Feeds Reader to start following the latest updates or for further research.
  • Add to a Posting Campaign - add content feeds to an existing posting campaign or create a new campaign to start sharing content to your blogs and social media.
  • Add to a Content Widget - add your feeds to an existing content widget or create a new content widget to add a content block to your website or blog.

Note: whatever option you choose, your new content feeds will be saved to your Feeds Box anyway.

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