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Some of the blogs like the one from Datameer don't have any feeds, but still I would like to get the changes to the blog in Google Reader.

Google Reader used to support this feature, but it no more works.

Any alternatives?

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The google thread manually create a feed treats exactly your problem.

The advice there is to use Page2RSS, a website that claims :

Page2RSS is a service that helps you monitor web sites that do not publish feeds. It will check any web page for updates and deliver them to your favorite RSS reader.

I tried it by entering your datameer.com blog url into their "Page URL" field, hit the "to RSS" button, then under "Subscribe to Feed:" I clicked on "Google Reader". It then passed me to a google page where the button "Add to Google Reader" seems to have really added a feed to Google Reader.

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There are various sites that can create RSS feeds from webpages. page2rss.com was already mentioned. See also feedity.com/ and feed43.com/.

(Also see Yahoo pipes tool which uses feedity. Yahoo pipes is useful for combining feeds and other stuff.)

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