FeedYes is a new service that creates RSS feeds for sites that don’t have any. Type in the URL of any page on the web, and FeedYes.com generates a valid feed in less than a minute, the company asserts.

FeedYes is from the same Netherlands company that created FeedXS, which allows people to create feeds absent a blog or other web site. (Tech Crunch post here.)

Business model? The service is free. But developer Jeroen Bertrams tells us that “if the service does attract enough users, we imagine asking a small fee for the service in the future for heavy users, e.g. people who create 50 or more feeds using our service. Most of the service will surely remain free however.”

Seems to us there are other players in the space already, no?