On two previous posts I mentioned how you could subscribe to the results of a url or site search from an RSS engine in order to receive RSS summaries (abstract) as an alternative to subscribing to the main blog feed (as my main feed is set to full-text).
The most effective engine according to my research was Feedster.
Well, I would like to add that BlogPulse is equally as effective as Feedster in delivering RSS summsries from an individual blog…the results are very clean (the only noise is the comments)…so the actual feed is “RSS summaries plus comments” (this is the same as Feedster).
They both return updated results…the only difference between the two is that BlogPulse only has one line of description whereas Feedster has 3 or 4 lines.
See for yourself:
See this post to perform a search query within an individual blog, using both Feedster and BlogPulse (plus others).