Posts Tagged feedburner

Death of RSS (not really)

There has been a wave of Internet folks bemoaning the death of RSS. They’re getting it wrong. RSS is not dying exactly, but its fate is expected and appropriate.

For those of you who need a refresher on what RSS is, see my post on RSS demystified.

Read on to get the gist of how this technology will live on.

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FeedBurner URL design tip

In case you weren’t aware, you can create a FeedBurner URL with a forward slash in it. I like this because you can design subfolders off of a main folder. Combine with MyBrand, and you have a rather intuitive system for feed URLs.

Read on to find out more about what this means for your site and its visitors.

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Using FeedBurner? Why you should use their MyBrand

I am a fan of FeedBurner. But URLs are permanent.

What happens when you have visitors subscribe to a standard URL?

Read on to find out how to avoid these problems.

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Product Review: Use FeedBurner to supercharge your RSS feed

Ahh, the good old saying, “If you can’t measure it, then you can’t manage it.” Google’s FeedBurner service helps solve this problem with your RSS feeds (What the hell is RSS?), and it adds some really cool features along with it.

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