Create RSS Feed for Yandex Turbo Pages

Create RSS feeds for your website to attract subscribers and content distribution.

In the free version, only 3 running request per day is allowed.

Features:

Basic set-up options

Up to 10 feed entries

14-day URL & widget

Automatic RSS Feed from $1.00/Mo
50 feed entries   Full set-up & Management   Auto updates   Hosted feed URL & widget

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Web page URL:
For Example: http://website.tld/somepage
Pick the items:
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Processing settings: General settings are used by default. Click to view or change settings.

URL Search Pattern for Entries

The search pattern allows you to specify which links from the source URL should be crawled and published to the feed.
In the search pattern, you can use the path and the wildcard *, which means any sequence of characters. http://website.tld/ (For Example: blog/* or articles/*.html) ! If no search pattern is specified, crawled links will be selected automatically.

Crawler Settings

Turbo mode through proxy servers Crawler mode and identify:

Crawl Options

Don't crawl content marked as noindex Don't crawl links marked as nofollow Follow & consolidate canonical URLs

Generation Settings

Limit number of feed entries: File encoding:

Set up UTM tracking

Add UTM tracking code to the URLs

Channel Settings

Add channel title Add channel description Add publication date based on Add administrator email: Add a logo to your feed:

Items Settings

Add title Add description Add publication date (pubDate) based on Default author name: Default category:
XML Generator Click one of the links that matches the required entries

Links that match the specified pattern:

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What is a Yandex Turbo Pages?
This technology accelerates the loading and optimization of content for display in mobile phones and tablets. Turbo pages are displayed in Yandex mobile search. The principle of operation is similar to the technology Accelerated Mobile Pages, developed by Google, but differs in a simpler way of implementation. To form Turbo pages, XML feeds are used which are based on RSS and include full texts of publications with simplified markup.