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How To Make Google Plus + Profile Posts Streams into an RSS Feed


How To Make Google Plus + Profile Posts Streams into an RSS Feed
Have you wondered converting your Google Plus + public profile posts into an steaming RSS feed? It will be hard to follow an user update on google plus because everytime they post an update you have to go to their profile, to see it, it's hard to keep track on their soical updates so having an RSS feed is easy to manage and you can easily keep an eye on their latest updates. This will be perfect if you are interested in crosspost from Google Plus to a different social networking site, or you just want to enable other peoples to subscribe to your Google Plus+ public posts stream in their favourite RSS feed readers or in their email inbox. Here is some tips to get your own RSS feed for your Google Plus + profile stream.

Convert Your Google Plus + Profile Posts Streams into an RSS Feed

Googomi Convert Your Google Plus + Profile Posts Streams into an RSS Feed
Googomi is an free online service which helps you to convert your public Google Plus + Profile steam into an RSS feed and use it other RSS feed service.

1.Visit Googomi .
2.Click on the Your Profile button.
3.Pick the Gmail email address linked with your Google plus profile that you would like convert into an RSS feed, then click allow to grant access.
4.Googomi profile you will see your custom Google Plus + Profile Posts in an RSS Feed
5.It will display upto 10 recent post from you.

That's it now you can share this Google Plus RSS Feed to your friends or your readers to subscribe to your Public Posts and Streams. Here is our Google Plus RSS Feed 
http://goo-gomi.appspot.com/rss?token=7faf9927-ad6e-46d3-81e9-5896ad6bb6e7

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