Content extraction and using it as RSS feeds in HTML is very easy. Like a CMS (Content Management System) platform that you use for blog and large content based website, you can use RSS in your static website, created only by HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language). The RSS is a way of sending news update to the regular visitors of a website. The visitors are required to subscribe for this service. Subscribing or registering for RSS feeds is very easy. All you need is to write down you email address in the subscription box and hit the register button. Once you do that, your request is sent to the server that holds the website and according to your request; you will be notified when anything new comes on the site.
The first thing you need to know for extracting content of your site to use them as RSS feeds is creating an XML file. XML is a smart language that is used for managing web content. Creating a XML file is very easy and you can do it yourself with some help. There are plenty of online tutorials that can show you the way to make the file in only a few steps.
After creating the file, you need to upload it to your server and create a link to the file and place it in your website. You can put it anywhere you like and can decorate it with CSS (Cascading Style Sheet). To make things easier for your clients, you can use a RSS feed logo right next to the link. Unlike a CMS platform, you need to update the XML file regularly with new contents so that it can work properly.
If you are not comfortable in doing all these, you can use professional help. There are many online help services that offer RSS feed service for websites. They can help to create and upload the XML file in the server as well as taking care of all other necessary steps to make a perfect RSS subscription option in your website. Feeds API is one such service provider that offers feed related services to its users for free.