Searchable XML Feed

Attn: RSS savvy publishers: Would you like a searchable RSS feed of our ENTIRE database that would allow you to include the top 10-100 results of any specific search string in your meta-search engine SERPS? Contact us (Offer available to those who are already doing this with other feeds. When you contact us, show us where you’ll use the feed please.)

Our XML search service defaults with a spit out of the top 10 articles that meet your provided keyword search and a listing of TITLE, SUMMARY and a link to the full article.

Authors might ask, “Why are we doing this?” Answer = This is our first move to provide an API into our database so that other mega-sites or meta-search engines can provide traffic to your articles on our site based on the keyword searches of THEIR audience. We were beta on this for the past two weeks and it’s ready for commercial use. In the coming month, I’ll show you some niche sites that are testing our new keyword specific XML feed.

Can you feel the innovation pressure? :-) I was standing on my desk today jumping up and down about how cool this new functionality is.


Dina writes:

What’s an API?

Comment provided October 10, 2005 at 6:15 AM


Chris Knight writes:

API stands for:

An Application Programming Interface (API) is a set of definitions of the ways one piece of computer software communicates with another. It is a method of achieving abstraction, usually (but not necessarily) between lower-level and higher-level software.


This article shows how someone might work with Google’s API:

Comment provided October 10, 2005 at 6:45 AM


Richard writes:

Chris – Interesting. Have you got an example of the feed – let say for “diabetes”.

Comment provided October 12, 2005 at 3:52 PM


Chris Knight writes:


Go here to see it in action on a friend of mine’s site:

Scroll down and you’ll see the EzineArticles feed serving up the most recent articles in our directory that match “Diabetes” as a search term.

Is this cool, or what?

Comment provided October 12, 2005 at 3:59 PM


Richard writes:

Yep – It is cool.

I will try and sign up tomorrow.

Comment provided October 12, 2005 at 4:03 PM


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