Google top blogs:
Search Google for "top [niche] blogs". Example:
top weight loss blogs
top marketing blogs
Google specific domain RSS:
If you have found a specific domain, you can even Google "domain rss feed". For example:
searchengineland.com rss feed
If a site is built with WordPress, add "/feed" to the end of the URL. Examples:
If a site is hosted on Blogger, add "feeds/posts/default" to the end of the URL. Example:
If a site is hosted on Tumblr, add "/rss" to the end of the URL. Example:
If an article is hosted on Medium, add "/feed/" before it's name. Example:
Article URL: medium.com/example
Feed URL: medium.com/feed/example
Some sites use the following structure: example.com/rss/index.xml. For example:
Visit popular sites. If you see the image below on them, click on it:
This approach is a bit more technical...
Visit a website.
Right click on a blank area and select "View Page Source" or "View Source Code".
Click "Ctrl+F" and search for "RSS" or search for "atom".
This should help you find the RSS feed URL.
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