How to scrape Feedspot

How to scrape Feedspot

Feedspot is a social feed reader that assembles news feeds from popular online sources based on a topic or website, and allows users to customize and share feeds with others.

The platform has over 4 million registered users and serves over 150 countries worldwide.

Feedspot is an absolute goldmine for scraping articles and blog posts on a wide range of topics with 2 million new articles indexed daily. 

If you run your own blog and want to perform a competitor analysis or simply search for new article inspiration, scraping Feedspot can come in handy.

In this tutorial, we will walk you through how to perform a simple 1-click scraping of Feedspot listings with Hexomatic.

Let’s get started.

Step 1: Go to the Public Recipe Library

From your dashboard, select Recipe Library to access the public scraping recipes.

Step 2: Capture the URL(s) of the targeted pages

Go to  and capture the URL(s) of the targeted page(s). 

For example,

Step 3: Select the “Feedspot listings” recipe via data input

From the Recipe Library, select the “Feedspot listings” recipe and click the “Use with data input” option. 

Step 4: Add captured page URL(s)

Next, add the previously captured page URL(s). You can add a single URL or bulk URLs.

Step 5: Add the  “Feedspot listings” recipe to the workflow

Next, add the “Feedspot listings” recipe to your workflow, selecting data input as the source. 

Step 6: Run the workflow

Now, you can run the workflow to get the results.

Step 7: View and Save the results

Once the workflow has finished running, you can view the results and export them to CSV or Google Sheets. 

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