RSS has been emerging back on the main stage recently in light of “fake news” and social media scandals, however it has never ceased to be an invaluable tool for businesses and organizations to research and monitor online information, especially from social media channels like Facebook.
We will mention three services here, Inoreader is a paid option, Zapier is free but works only for your own Facebook pages, while FetchRSS offers a free tier to create 5 amazing looking Facebook public page feeds.
A quick word about Inoreader – RSS reader or content aggregator that helps people follow, organize, and monitor the web all-in-one place, without having an algorithm spoon-feed you a news feed. If you want to follow Instagram feeds as RSS, check this out.
You might be a freelancer who tracks specific Facebook pages for inspiration, or a content curator who needs to scoop up the best content for his industry. Regardless of your needs, here are several ways to convert Facebook public page feeds to a nice, always fresh RSS feed.
NB*: THE TOOLS LISTED BELOW WORKED WHEN WE TESTED, WE DO NOT GUARANTEE THAT THESE TOOLS STILL WORK WHEN YOU ARE READING THIS
Inoreader automatically converts Facebook pages to RSS feeds for you, simply enter the Facebook page URL and the app will recognize it as a valid subscription.