Google+ is becoming a popular social network with over 10 million users till date. If you are a power user and want to follow other users posts, you can create RSS Feeds for that specific profile so that you can add them to your feed reader. But if you have noticed, there are no options for creating RSS feeds for any profile in Google plus so we have to use alternate ways to create RSS feeds.
If you are new to Google+, you can check out some guides to help you transfer your contacts and pictures from other social networks in few simple steps. There are several methods available on the internet to accomplish them but we will look at two of them right. Just follow the steps mention below and you will be able to add RSS feeds for Google+ in no time.
Visit the unofficial Google+ User Feed creator which helps users create RSS feeds for different Google+ profiles. Normally, when you look at the URL of Google+ profile, it looks something like this:
When you will visit PlusFeed, it will show you URL after which you have to the numbers which are with your Google+ profile URL. Then after adding the numbers, the URL should look something like the one shown below:
Now all you have to do is paste this URL in your feed reader and you will be able to follow the updates from that user.
The second method is creating RSS Feeds through an online service, FeedDude. FeedDude is a useful web service which can be used to create RSS Feeds for any website which does not provide RSS feeds. You can easily create RSS feeds for Google+, Facebook or Twitter using FeedDude so that they can be added to any feed reader.
To create RSS Feeds, open FeedDude, paste the URL of the Google+ profile and click Get RSS.
After creating the feed, it will give you the link to download the created feed. You can download the RSS feed and add it to your desktop feed reader.
You can even copy the link given by FeedDude and add them to Google Reader.
I hope you found these useful. If you know about any other application or internet tool which can help users create RSS feeds, please share with us using the comments section below.