Basically, FilterMyRss.com is a web-based RSS filtering tool.
Here’s how you use it:
1. You can feed FilterMyRss.com your feed url. (for zedomax.com it’s http://zedomax.com/blog/feed)
2. You enter keywords you want to filter. (In this example, I only want feeds that contain the word, “technology” in the title, description, and category)
3. Use the filtered RSS feed any way you want it.
You get a nice URL you can use. In this example, I can use this RSS Feed for rest of my life to filter “technology” from all my posts:
How can this RSS technology help you?
Well, basically, you can now simply filter out the only relevant posts you want from a site.
For example, let’s say I want to check out JohnChow’s feeds through my Google RSS reader. But I only want to be notified of posts related with “money making”. Then I can feed John‘s RSS into FilterMyRss and then grab the URL to my Google RSS reader.
Well, it’s really like another layer on your RSS so you only see the posts related with your desired keywords.
Great stuff Greg, keep ’em comin’! (Hey, how about you get those Beer Widgets up now? Lol…)