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Curator Tools: How To Create Persistent Searches and RSS Feeds on Bing Easily

Curator Tools: How To Create Persistent Searches and RSS Feeds on Bing Easily | 21st Century Information Fluency | Scoop.it

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Robin Good's curator insight, March 24, 2013 8:12 AM



If you want to create a "persistent search", that is, a recurring search on a specific set of keywords, and obtain a RSS feed that you can subscribe to, here is how to do it:


Just append &format=rss to the end of the url to turn any search results page into an RSS feed automatically.





Even better, you can combine the RSS feed parameter with the search by time parameter that Bing makes available so that you will receive new sites entering the search results more frequently in your RSS reader.


Creating RSS feeds out of persisten searches can be particularly useful for news curators who want to monitor search engines on specific topics without having to manually go and perform those searches.



For more info: http://www.ghacks.net/2013/03/23/bing-create-search-result-rss-feeds/




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Google Just Made Bing the Best Search Engine

Google Just Made Bing the Best Search Engine | 21st Century Information Fluency | Scoop.it
I just switched the default search engine in my browser from Google to Bing. And if you care about working efficiently, or getting the right results when you search, then maybe you should too.
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