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Some people use RSS feeds; some people use email updates. If you prefer email updates to RSS readers, but noticed that RSS lets you subscribe to a more specific section on the site, then Blogtrottr was designed for you. This service lets you subscribe to any RSS feed via email.

subscribe to rss feed via email

Using the service couldn’t be easier: just enter your email address and any RSS feeds you’d like to have daily reminders of. You’ll be emailed daily with a digest of updates to that feed, as well as any other feeds you add. This is the perfect way to stay on top of the blogs you like to read without spending the day continually checking the sites.

Features

  • Turn any RSS feed into a daily email digest.
  • Add as many feeds to your digest as you like.
  • Keep up with your favorite blogs without constantly checking them.
  • Similar tools: SendMeRSS and FeedMyInbox.

Check out Blogtrottr @ www.blogtrottr.com

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  1. Edward Hasbrouck
    March 19, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    The author of this article and most Blogtrottr users may not have realized this, but Blogtrottr is an entirely unauthorized and copyright infringing service. I learned of its existence only when it showed up in my Web server logs as a major user of bandwidth and server resources. Blogtrottr does not ask for permission to redistribute content, does not share *any* of its revenues from distribution of bootleg copies of this content with the copyright holders (who in most cases are the authors of blog posts), and does not even provide nay instructions to "opt out" of having Blogtrottr republish and redistribute multiple copies of blog posts. (Not that republication without permission on an "opt-out" basis would comply with either US or UK copyright law, which requires permission on an "opt in" basis.) This unauthorized redistribution cannibalizes bloggers' revenues by diverting readers from our Web pages (from which many bloggers earn revenues through advertising) to bootleg copies from which only Blogtrottr earns subscription revenues.

    • Justin Pot
      March 22, 2016 at 1:32 pm

      I wrote this article a half-decade ago, so I could be wrong here, but my understanding is that this uses an RSS feed, and will only show up as full-text if you're site allows full-text RSS feeds. Turn that off and Blogtrottr, and an endless number of other sites, won't be able to pull in full articles, and neither will the endless array of similar services.

  2. Sam
    February 20, 2010 at 1:25 am

    Hi, Sam from Blogtrottr here. I just want to point out that updates are currently delivered as and when they happen, although they'll be a daily digest option for those who wish it real soon now.

    Glad you like the service :)

  3. heart
    February 18, 2010 at 1:24 pm

    thank you so much for this info!
    I was just looking for an alternative to feedmyinbox , coz they have been starting to have a pricing plan for anything with more than 5 feeds, and sendmerss is long gone and dead (maybe you should remove the link to sendmerss).