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Best Blog Directory And RSS Submission Sites

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Shas3 ***DEAD has a directory of RSS feeds. Search for feeds by browsing categories, which includes a list of new categories, top visited categories, and all categories. You can also enter keywords into the search box and search by channel or category. Channel provides a list of feeds available while categories displays matching categories. Click on a category to get sub categories as well as feeds. You can also download the category's RSS feeds OPML, which includes all of the feeds for the category so you don't have to download each feed.

Also available on the site are RSS Tools for validating feeds, converting ATOM to RSS, converting RSS to a PDF file, and RSS cache for helping sites managing heavy feed bandwidth. If you're interested in how RSS works, you can check out the RSS specification. You can also get links to RSS Articles and a list of RSS applications from RSS Goodies.


Posted on January 9, 2005



Postami is a online resource providing both a blog directory and an RSS search engine.

Postami provides also a snippet of code that can be freely used on any web site to display an RSS search feed tapping into the Postami database.

To submit your RSS/Atom feed to Postami you only need to submit your RSS URL right here.

Once you have submitted your RSS feed, in order to include a blog in the Postami blogdirectory you can search your blog in the rss.finder and validate it by clicking on it. If your RSS feed is indeed valid, a menu will be displayed where you will be able to choose the most fitting category in the blog directory and submit your content to it.

Posted on December 26, 2004


Blog Universe ***DEAD

BlogUniverse is a "blog directory and blog resource tool". BlogUniverse provides a more professional and credible interface that many of the other small directories, though as them, it contains only a few thousand resources (presently 1538).
Bloguniverse organizes all blogs around a set of categories that includes: Business, Entertainment, International, Nature and Environment, News and Media, Personal Blogs, Photo Blogs, Political Blogs, Sex, Society, Spiritual, Sports, Technology.

To submit your blog to the Bloguniverse directory, choose the category that matches your site on the front page, and once inside it, click the "Add Site" link.


Posted on November 20, 2004


Weblog Directory

The Weblog Directory is a resource devoted to collecting and organizing weblogs online. Blogs can be added according to a pre-defined list of categories and according to country of origin (for addition of new categories to the existing list, there is a suggested contact form here). For each submission you can specify title, URL and a full description of your blog.

To submit your weblog URL go to:
A backlink is not required, but is greatly appreciated by the authors.

Posted on November 20, 2004


Deskfeeds ***DEAD

Deskfeeds is a category-based Blog and RSS feeds search engine.


Posted on November 14, 2004


Wil's Domain

Founded in 2002 by a disabled Marine veteran, Wil's Domain is a human-edited and categorized directory of Web blogs, Web site, and portals. There are 10 main categories (Computer, Homelife, Education, Shopping, Entertainment, Small Business, Finance, Sports, Health, Travel) available for submission and tens of specific sub-categories. A reciprocal link is required. You must first add Wil's Domain blog link to your blog before your blog link will be added to Wil's Domain blog directory. Wil's Domain public policy states that "if you later remove your link, we will remove your blog link. All cheaters will be banned and blog will be listed on the Blogger's Blacklist."

To submit a blog to the Wil's Domain directory you go to:

Posted on November 14, 2004


LS Blogs ***DEAD

LS Blogs is a category-based directory of blogs. LS Blogs is the passionate and ongoing work of love of Ken. The dedication and skill placed into this project show through the many little extra features that keep appearing on this relatively very new directory. You can read Ken's own blog and progress in expanding the LS Blogs facilities available right here.
LS Blogs is divided into categories.

To submit your blog to LS Blogs you need first to register into the system. Then you need to select where your blog belongs from a set of main categories:

  • Blog Directories / Search Engines

  • Blog Forums

  • Blogs

  • Blog Software/Hosts

Simply select the most fitting category and keep on selecting until you are in the most specific category fitting your blog. A ADD URL link and picture will appear in the top right section of the screen. Click the link and start submitting your blog(s). Currently submissions are checked and approved within no more than 24 hours. You can submit your blog in up to three categories. Link backs are highly appreciated by the author.

Posted on November 13, 2004


Geek Philosopher ***DEAD

Geek Philosopher Blog Directory is a category-based clearinghouse of blogs in a wide variety of categories. Geek Philosopher organizes its listings under country, language and alphabet used as well under a long propriteary list of categories that covers everything in between "abstinence" and "yoga".


Posted on November 10, 2004



GetBlogs is a human-edited blog search engine and directory that appears to be professionally developed and well organized. Much of its initial content is been provided by the Open Directory Project, the major human-edited directory resource. Each and every submission made to the directory is reviewed by a real person. GetBlogs provides a top quality blog directory and search engine in which to promote and publicize your blog/RSS feed and through which to seek out other like-minded bloggers.

To submit your blog/site/RSS newsfeed select on the home page of GetBlogs the category of interest where your content should be listed and find a Submission link at the bottom of each specific category page. At the lower right hand side of that page in fact, you will see an "Add Your Site" link. Click on it and you'll be taken to the submission form for that category. After submitting the form, check your email. You will recieve an automatic confirmation email containing a link that you must use to confirm your submission. If you have more than one blog, feel free to submit as many as you want to the proper categories. Reciprocal linking to is encouraged but not required. Blogs that link back to us are usually added to the directory within 24-48 hours. Blogs that do not link back may take up to 10 days to be listed.

Posted on October 21, 2004


News Interceptor ***DEAD

News Interceptor is an RSS news readers that allows you to be instantly notified when your favorite Web sites publish news of interest. The user can select from a growing list of more than 750 sites (this list increases every week) classified into many different categories like Business, Computers, Entertainment, Music, Sports and more. News Interceptor runs in the System Tray.

An official submission form is available to inform News Interceptor of new sites and RSS feeds available. On this form you need to provide your name, URL of your site and of your XML/RSS/Atom feed, category to assign your news feed to, language and your email. According to the News Interceptor public FAQ you can also manually submit your RSS news feed by sending an email to
and specifying your name, site, URL and RSS news feed description.

Posted on October 19, 2004


Yahoo News

See item #1 as this entry has been combined with #1 to create a single Yahoo! entry.

Posted on October 14, 2004



Swoogle is a crawler-based indexing and retrieval system for semantic web documents (SWDs), that is, web documents written in RDF or OWL encoded in XML or N3. Swoogle discovers, digests, analyzes and indexes online SWDs and provides powerful search mechanisms to Web users. Its name stands for "Semantic Web Ontology ..."

Swoogle currently focuses on three key services: 1) The Swoogle Search service which supports constraints on SWDs' URLs and the classes/properties used or defined by them, 2) An Ontology Dictionary that indexes the classes and properties defined by the discovered SWDs, 3) Some Swoogle Statistics that characterizes the Semantic Web based on Swoogle metadata about the discovered SWDs. RDF/XML/RSS newsfeed URLs and blog references can be directly submitted along with your name, email, organization and categories of your information channel(s).

Complicated stuff, indeed. But you can't go wrong with submitting your URLs.

To submit your feed to Swoogle, enter your URL and that's it. If you have multiple URLs, just list one URL one each line. The rest of the info is optional.

Posted on September 25, 2004


StepNewz ***DEAD

StepNewz is a new online RSS news aggregator, search engine, news manager and syndication service covering nearly 80,000 newsfeeds. StepNewz lets you design and publish your selected set of news feeds on your own site.


Posted on September 22, 2004



See item #1 as this entry has been combined with #1 to create a single Yahoo! entry.

Posted on September 22, 2004



Fybersearch is a XML/RSS feeds search engine. Fybersearch provides an advanced search facility that allows to specify one or more specific parameters including domain, url, category and many more. FyberSearch has also developed some unique complementary facilities (Web Thoughts & Tutorial Search) and has recently acquired and integrated the XML Search Engine FeedPlex search related technology.

To submit your XML/RSS feed to Fybersearch you need to input your feed URL and email at:

Posted on September 4, 2004


NewsTrove ***DEAD

NewsTrove is a highly promoted, popular and now well-known aggregator of a very large number of RSS newsfeeds. NewsTrove offers a basic newsmastering service which allows end users to create newsfeeds based on a specific search query.


Posted on August 30, 2004



RSSknip is a subscription service that tracks keywords in all known RSS news feeds. Every time RSSknip finds your personal selection of keywords in new text the results are filtered immediately and delivered by e-mail to your preferre address. A 14-day trial subscription is available. Presently RSSknit tracks over 110,000 feeds with several hundreds added each day.

For direct suggestions of new RSS feeds to be added just go to, bottom of the page and submit directly the URL of your RSS feed.

Posted on August 22, 2004


Terrar RSS Search Engine ***DEAD

Terrar is an RSS search engine spidering over 200,000 RSS newsfeeds. Still under development it may not be as reliable as you would like it to be.


Posted on August 22, 2004


Blizg ***DEAD

Blizg is a blog index that focuses on metadata. Bligz is dedicated to the promotion of the intelligent use of metadata in the blogging community and about finding new ways to use metadata that will create useful connections between and among blogs.

To submit your blog just input your URL on the clearly labelled input box on the left side of the home page. Blizg also helps anyone add/create an appropriate set o metadata to her blog to facilitate evaluation of similar and geographically close blogs (within 1000 Km).

Posted on August 20, 2004


Feed Directory ***DEAD

The Feed Directory is a complete directory of syndicated feeds integrating several thousand feeds in its database.

The Feed-Directory crawls the whole RSS-sphere with its own special feed spider that tries to auto-identify and collect as many RSS and Atom feeds as it finds. This is an ongoing process taking several weeks to complete; if you'd like to speed it up, you can submit your feed now manually to the Feed-Directory.


Posted on August 20, 2004


Blurt It ***DEAD

Blurt It is a unpretending site listing a very limited number of RSS feeds and blog resources.


Posted on August 20, 2004


Search4RSS ***DEAD

Search4RSS is a an online directory listing over 30,000 RSS newsfeeds and other syndicated feeds content.


Posted on August 20, 2004


Blogdir ***DEAD

Blogdir is a general interest Spanish-language searchable directory of blogs.


Posted on July 24, 2004


NGOID News Network

The NGOID News Network is a system that has been designed to let people post information anywhere on the Internet and to let that information be shared among different portals and blogs. Ideally, any news author can post on any site on the NGOID News Network and his/her news become immediately available to all other sites on the Internet connected to this resource network.

What the NGOID News Network want to do is to create a network to support distributed journalism, where every observer could participate as a journalist. We are a long way off from this goal but with this small step, we are on our way. Please support us by helping this project in any way you can.

To submit your relevant RSS feed to NGOID news network go to:

Posted on July 24, 2004


FeedsFarm ***DEAD

FeedsFarm is a new XML/RSS/Atom powered News Search Engine accepting exclusively news feeds and news blogs.


Posted on July 24, 2004



Blogcatalog is a directory of blogs organized by category. While at present the selection of categories would appear to be quite limited, there is a direct option for anyone to extend the present set by adding new custom categories.

Submission is very easy and straightforward and does not require registration. Just go to: and submit immediately your blog URL and description.

Posted on July 19, 2004


NewzAlert Publisher Center

The NewzAlert Publisher Center is a brand new RSS newsfeeds directory organized by main categories.

You need to register yourself in order to submit any RSS newsfeed. Once registered you can directly access the main Publisher Center area and add one or more RSS feeds. The directory has just launched and there is ample opportunity for exposure during these early times of submissions.

Posted on July 9, 2004


Chordata: RSS & Atom Feeds Index

Chordata is the name of the animal phylum that contains mammals, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and most fish (among others). The name of a phylum, and the name Chordata in particular was chosen, for a number of reasons: a) Chordata categorizes newsfeeds heirarchically by their content (similar to how living things are categorized by family, phylum, class, genus, species, etc.), b) Chordata is a directory of newsfeeds of various types (RSS, Atom, etc.), c) Chordata is prounounced like "core data"--a phrase that is descriptive of many newsfeeds, etc. etc.. The company behind this RSS feeds directory service develops quality tools to manage, parse, aggregate, filter and syndicate RSS feeds (newsmaster tools).

You can suggest your own RSS newsfeed and rate others too right here:

Posted on July 6, 2004



Though this will not guarantee you tons of new traffic and you will need to engage in writing a personal email to them, the RSS Reader RSS feeds directory is small enough, multilanguage and of such high-quality that getting listed there would certainly be of benefit to pretty much anyone out there.

You can suggest your own RSS newsfeed to this email address:

Posted on June 13, 2004



RSS-based news search engine operating across four different languages: English, French, German and Dutch. Many quality news sources. Submissions reviewed and filtered manually. Groups together automatically keywords/stories that are most covered and offers them right from the home page under "Specials". XSNews generates an immediately accessible RSS feed for any search term you use. By submitting your email, you can also create a personalized RSS newsfeed based on five "keyphrases" you provide.

You can suggest your own RSS newsfeed here:

Posted on May 14, 2004



EasyRSS is a new search engine dedicated to filter and bring to you relevant news and articles extracted from the RSS ocean of information available out there. Similar to Feedster, easyRSS characterizes itself as having a European heart, being as simple as possible and working around topics (channels as they are called on easyRSS).


Posted on May 13, 2004



BlogPulse is a powerful new service that takes off from where Technorati, DayPop, Feedster and other RSS-based news services have left. BlogPulse is an "automated trend discovery system for blogs. BlogPulse applies machine-learning and natural-language processing techniques to discover trends in the highly dynamic world of blogs. features the following:

  • A Search Engine for blogs

  • A set of Analysis tools that are applied to blog content daily

  • A fun look at real-world Trends as reflected through blogs

  • A Showcase, where BlogPulse researchers bring you some of the coolest new ideas, tools and gadgets for blogging.

You can directly submit one or more RSS feeds to BlogPulse here:

Posted on May 5, 2004


Yenra Headlines ***DEAD

Yenra Headlines is a news directory resource that features news/RSS feeds about emerging trends, technologies, and products.


Posted on May 5, 2004




Open Search Engine. mozDex is a search engine seeded from the directory. mozDex uses open source search technologies to create an open and fair index.

Add you site here:

Posted on May 2, 2004


SciencePort ***DEAD

Scientific newsfeed directory.


Posted on April 24, 2004


Spurl ***DEAD

Similar to Furl, Delicious and other collaborative social filtering systems, Spurl allows you to share and post links to relevant posts and articles.


Posted on April 20, 2004



Ping-O-Matic will ping all of the main blog tracking services to let them know that you've updated your site.

Posted on April 11, 2004


NewsMob ***DEAD

NewsMob is a Web-based RSS News Aggregator. NewsMob works with your existing Palm or Pocket PC web browser, sync or live, to provide you access to your favorite RSS Newsfeeds, anytime, anywhere.


Posted on March 31, 2004



All Headline News delivers breaking news, headlines and business intelligence and press releases from carefully selected and managed sources.

Suggest A News Source here:

Posted on March 20, 2004


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Edited by: Luigi Canali De Rossi