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RSS Feed Validators


RSS feeds can be created easily. Compatibility can make it a little more difficult to create these codes. Many apps and sites are trying to read your feed. However, some are more selective than others and may not be able to locate them.

Your RSS feed is left behind, often skipped by sites and unread by RSS feed readers. It can cause you to lose all your goals if your feed doesn’t show up in searches.

Problem is, if errors sneak in, you might not be aware. Even if you know the location of an error, it is possible that you don’t know how to correct it.

RSS feed validators can be very helpful. They will test your RSS feed and flag any errors. They help you fix and troubleshoot errors so your feed can return to its best — delivering your amazing content to your engaged and waiting audience .

Looking for information about how to create an RSS feed for your podcast’s podcast? Check out this blog post. How to create an RSS feed for a podcast

RSS Validators Free

This list contains free RSS validators that you can use to maintain a clean feed code and make your RSS feed accessible to your audience.

W3C – W3C stands for syndicated feeds. It works with RSS 2.0, RSS 0.90, RSS 0.92, 0.93 and 0.94. Enter the address of your feed, and click “validate.” Errors are highlighted with messages for each. Are you unsure what the message is? You can find more information at the “help” link.

RSS Validator – Enter the URL for an RSS feed to validate it quickly.

Podbase: For podcast feeds. Podbase will verify your URL and check that your XML file is properly formatted. It also checks if it is iTunes-compatible. It will check for compliance with iTunes, correct category, correct summary and other things.

Cast Feed Validator: For podcast feeds. This will validate your feed and check the main image as well as any media files. It also allows you to visualize your RSS feed.

Feed Validator: Feed Validator works with Atom, RSS and KML feeds. It also highlights errors and provides information about each problem.

Sheryl J. Raper

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