Can't find the RSS feed for a website or blog? Paste the URL below and we'll try and find it!
The web is filled with dynamic content that is always changing. RSS feeds were created decades ago to standardize the way we pull new content like articles and blog posts from across the internet.
There's not much you can do with an RSS feed URL on its own, but there are many RSS clients and services you can use.
RSS Lookup is a free tool that finds the RSS feed associated with a website. When you use RSS Lookup, it fetches the site in the background and looks for any relevant RSS HTML tags. If it can't find the feed in the HTML metadata, it searches a couple common feed paths to make sure you find the feed if it exists.
RSS Lookup looks for feeds if they exist, but unfortunately many websites do not have an RSS feed configured. In addition, some may have not properly configured their HTML RSS link tags. If you run into a site that RSS Lookup should have found, please let me know.
This site is a side project I set up in a couple days- it's not meant to collect a bunch of data. Besides my self-hosted analytics system for general site viewer data and information from Hcaptcha to prevent abuse, I don't keep track of specific URLs requested using RSS Lookup.