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    SES and RSS for Site Submission
    I have been following the SES a good bit and today was looking over a summary of one of the meetings. They talked of using RSS to submit URLs to MSN and Yahoo. It's talked of in a way as similar to using sitemaps at google, but looking around I can't find anything showing how to get thousands of URLs into a RSS format.

    I am familiar with making a feed for news articles and have done that with a content site and no problem. 50,000 URLs is beyond me. This is all the Yahoo submit page has to say on it.


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    Newaff, I used that info a while back for my regular feed. It doesn't seem to deal with submitting URLs for their search indexing.


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    I searched a bit and found this as well
    http://search.yahoo.com/mrss/submit
    - it does include submissions to yahoo search but I am not sure if this is what you wanted.
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    Nope- That's basically the same submit form as I posted. I know that they take the feed I just don't know how to get thousands of URLs easily into a feed.


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    There's also an option for yahoo sitemaps where you can submit all the urls in a text file
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    Problem solved The GSiteCrawler that I like so much for google sitemaps has export templates that do the job. They have a forum at Google groups and a poster there tipped me off. It was right under my nose. I used the RSS sample.xml template and submitted it to Yahoo.


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    Just wanted to thank you for the link, Bumpaw, great tool!

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