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After the shut down of http://plusfeed.appspot.com is there any way to make RSS Feeds for my google+ profile ?

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After a lot of searching I found this http://plusfeed2.appspot.com

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That's likely to eventually suffer the same fate, though, since large-scale use of Google APIs is not free. Another option is to set up your own instance of it, there's a link to the source code on the original Plusfeed site. –  Andrew Maiman Sep 14 '11 at 1:07
    
Plusfeed2 is now gone. :-( –  lkessler Oct 21 '12 at 17:49
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I've been planning on generating an RSS feed of my Google+ posts with https://github.com/jacoby/Plus2RSS

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For a fee, you can sign up for http://www.pluss.es and get an RSS feed of your public Google+ posts.

As of this writing, under "Settings", it says:

For a single, once off payment of US$15.00 you will receive a Vanity URL of your choosing (subject to availability) and an RSS feed.

See http://www.pluss.es/103697821787469756035/rss.xml as an example RSS feed from the creator of Plusses, Daniel Treadwell.

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Although this is not a way to create RSS feed but you can try BazQux Reader which directly supports reading of Google+ pages.

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