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Feedzy RSS Feeds Aggregator Plugin

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Feedzy RSS Feeds Aggregator WordPress Plugin by Themeisle.

Feedzy RSS Feeds is the most powerful WordPress RSS Aggregator plugin which can be used to easily display RSS feeds in your posts, pages or custom content types.

Main features of this Feedzy RSS Feeds WP Plugin are:

  • Mobile friendly and responsive structure
    All displayed feeds are responsive, including the ones with images. Caching is done automatically, so you don’t need to worry about the page loading times.
  • Images appear in feed
    Make your posts pretty by displaying the first image of the aggregated content. Or select a custom image that you want featured along the feeds.
  • Unlimited feeds
    You can add multiple feeds in the same page, or use the same feed shortcode in other posts or pages.There’s no limit for adding as many feeds as you want.
  • Shortcode friendly
    Quite simple to use, the plugin generates shortcodes for your posts. The editable shortcode parameters allow you to define the way feeds will be displayed in your site.

Furthermore, lets see the features of Feedzy RSS Feeds plugin in detail:

  • Feed to Post
    Insert into your site, content from various RSS sources. Feedzy will automatically filter the feed items and place the content wherever you want in your WordPress instance with no hassle.
  • WordAI Integration
    Integrate Feed To Post with WordAI for rephrasing feed content and not worry anymore for having duplicate content over your website.
  • Feed templates
    Use the style that best fits your website design with three available templates. For product related feeds, the plugin fetches and displays the price separately.
  • Affiliate ready
    Make some extra money by featuring affiliate links on your site. Feedzy RSS plugin automatically includes your referral/affiliate ID to the feed links.
  • Feed caching
    This lightweight plugin automatically adds caching to feeds, so it doesn’t affect the website’s speed. Did you know caching is the most efficient way to optimize your website?