List of Planet Sites To Submit Your RSS Feed To:

Hi all,

Ok first things first.  By the way, skip the first bit if you are a geek. The term “planet” in this case is used to refer to a website or weblog like site that gathers RSS feeds from several unique seperate blogs (or anything else that has an RSS/Atom feed) and puts them all in one place. It was named after Planet which is the software used to create it – though there are other alternatives such as FeedJack, Moonmoon and even WordPress with some tweaking can handle it. It looks like a community or multi user weblog and the all the latest posts are from the latest updated weblogs whose RSS Feed it subscribes to. It in turn often has an RSS Feed that you can subscribe that includes all of these updates. Quite often these blogs share a similar topic or theme in common.

Let’s say that you are someone looking for a continual stream of information on a certain topic. Say you want to keep up with what’s occuring in Sri Lanka from the blogger’s point of view. Well, you would find a site called where you could subscribe to the feed and everytime a Sri Lankan blogger updated, you would know and be able to read their post.

If you are a blogger, this sort of thing is invaluable. Half my hits come from referred sites – ie. sites that link to yours. If you are banking on people reading your stuff online, clicking on your ads or buying something online via your site, you want a lot of hits coming through. If you find places to place your RSS Feed you are opening yourself up to a lot more people.  One of the best places would be a planet in that case. So you find all the planet sites that are relevant to you – planets for blogs in your area, or your topic, or your subject matter and so on. Sounds easy right?

Wrong. It is easy, yes – once you find the damn things that is. It is very hard to find planets on the internet despite it being cyberspace. (Yes, sorry that was a very bad joke, I apologize). You can call them RSS aggregators, feed aggregators, community aggregators but while you will find a few, they will very likely not be ones you can use or submit your RSS Feed to.

See, most of the planet sites are being used as informal meeting rooms for developers working on all sorts of computer programs and software. It’s something that hasn’t quite hit the mainstream yet in that sense but you know that only means if you can’t find a planet that suits you, you can just create one yourself. If you have the time that it is. It runs itself but you have to find the initial weblogs that blog on that particular topic and add them before it will do so. And you have to let people know it is out there so that they can use it and thereby you have an audience.

As far as results are concerned, it is fast and it is targeted marketing. You join planets that are relevant to your blogging topic and people look for planets that are about the topic they want to find information on. It works well – you get the people who most likely to be interested in what you write about.

I was lucky to find So in the spirit of perhaps discovering a few more planets I can submit my RSS Feed to and enabling you out there to find one that fits your blogging niche, topic or location, I have decided to hunt down all the planets I can find and list them here. For you. Links and all.

This list will grow over time no doubt. There is already a site termed the planet index but the process  of updating it seems to be rather slow. They have 900 + planet sites in the queue to be added and today they got six more. So in the hopes of speeding it up or providing a service to you out there who might be tempted to try this out as a marketing tool, you will find the list below. It’s listed in categories – so please do keep reading down. Please feel free to send me any links so I can put them up here.



Semantic FocusPython … Python … MySQLOS CommercefreedesktopGStreamerJabberKDE PostgreSQLPloneIMXfceIdentityGeospatialParrotMaemoHulaPySoySOFTWARE (General)CLAMAsteriskDrupalWeb InternationalizationPEARIrish Linux UsersPlanetGeekPlanet GooglePlanet NetBeansPlanet ClassPathJavaJava PlanetPerlMono Project.NETLispPHPUbuntuDebianLinux Chix LiveSUSEGentooArs TechnicaLug RadioFedora (no not the hat)BSDKernelMandrivaForesight LinuxMozillaGNOMEApacheOpenOfficeSolarisHCINanotechnologyMobileTechnology (General) VoidspaceFiredropDevelUYPlanet SUN (SUN Microsystems)GNOME (Chinese) Debian (French)FOSS (Cyprus & Greece)Debian (Hong Kong)Linux (Macedonia)Malaysian Open SourceCape Linux Users Group


AnarchoblogsPlanet AtheismPlanet HumanismPlanet PhilisophyGroenLinks, The Dutch Green PartyPolitica Nacional IndyBlogs




MoviesIndustrial DesignArchitectureHistory


AstronomyBiologyChemistryMedicineMathsPhysicsPsychologyRoboticsScienceNanotechnology Fitness


Football (Soccer) In PortugalLingerieCar PlanetCatsDogsCyclingBaseballBasketballFootball (General)

LOCATIONS: ASIA: – Sri Lankan BloggersChinese GNOME DevelopersDebian In Hong KongMalaysian Open Source Pakistan Bloggers


Geek Dinner South AfricaWireless Access Providers Association, South AfricaCape Linux Users Group


Planet HUMBUG, Brisbane


Irish Linux Users GroupGeek Dinner BelgiumGroenLinks, Dutch Green PartyFrench Canadian Expats In EuropeUniversity of GlamorganPlanet GrepDebian (French) FOSS (Cyprus & Greece) Linux (Macedonia)Politica Nacional (Portugal)Gnuheter (Sweden)


Planet Arabeyes


French Canadian Expats In EuropeSt. Xavier High School, Cincinnatti, OH, USABC Bloggers, British Columbia, Canada


Devel UY

One Comment

  • Deep Web

    Thanks For Sharing. It is very helpful for me to increase my back link. But one advice try to find directory site with main domain only not with sub domain and using same structure and content because Google and other Search Engine will not count these kind of Directory Sites as back links even though they have high PR.

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