This may be out of place but I'm about to give up on this non-paid task. The company I work for has a news website, that's so cluttered and the IT folks are so out of touch, that our locally produced news is not indexed by Google...or anyone else. My boss had the idea to set up something of a "mirror" site just for our local headlines.
The easiest way - I thought - was to simply import the RSS feed into a basic website. Then I realized that Google won't read RSS feeds since it doesn't want to duplicate stuff. I understand their reasoning, but I'd like to get around it.
I found some "free" software that says it does this, but it wants an XML source for the feed. The feed is PHP.
This does not have to be a fancy page or even an eye pleasing page...it just needs to link back to our local news product and be indexed by the search engines.
It's obviously beyond my skill set... any help would be appreciated.