At MSN you can get the top 10 search results for your query. Just type in your keyword and click on search. At the bottom of the results page will be an RSS icon which provides the location of your RSS feed.
The social bookmarks manager del.icio.us allows you to subscribe to tags. There are a number of popular tags but you are also able to search on keywords. For each search the RSS link appears at the bottom of the page.
Another bookmarking system is Jots which is a new site to me. Like del.icio.us you can subscribe to RSS feeds based on tags or from your own search. The RSS links appear at the bottom of each page. For discovery the front page lists new entries so you can subscribe to get all of the new bookmarks.
Blinklist is a new tag search engine which also provides RSS feeds for tags and most recent links. Again the RSS links are displayed clearly at the top of the page. Another useful feature is that the number of times each link is clicked is also displayed although this information is not available in the feeds.
These are just some of the search sites that are making RSS feeds available for its search results. This makes it easier for webmasters, particularly bloggers, who want to keep up to date with what is happening in their field of interest. By subscribing to feeds based on queries webmasters have an aggregated source of up to date information tailored specifically for each webmaster delivered directly to an RSS reader. This will certainly save time when researching for new trends or stories.
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