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Gotta love FeedBurner

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By Stephanie Ciccarelli

January 17, 2007

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Got a blog? A podcast? If you do, you are likely familiar with FeedBurner, King of the Feeds.

Donna Papacosta FeedBurner PodcastAnyone who manages an RSS feed is familiar with FeedBurner.

To quote:

"FeedBurner is the leading provider of media distribution and audience engagement services for blogs and RSS feeds. Our Web-based tools help bloggers, podcasters and commercial publishers promote, deliver and profit from their content on the Web."

When I was checking my feeds for our blog network and podcast earlier this week, I noticed something different... what should I see but the smiling face of Donna Papacosta of Trafcom News looking down in the top right hand corner of the screen!

David noticed first and then told me to go check it out. I've included the snapshot that I took in this post.

FeedBurner not only distributes feeds, it also tracks them. You can view how many subscribers you have to your blog, for instance by viewing something called "My Feeds".

The culture of the company is fun and inviting.

They've even made a sticker available of the famous FeedBurner flame. You can send in a self-addressed stamped envelope to get your very own FeedBurner sticker.

Pretty nifty, I must say.

If you're curious about this company now, you can visit them here:

FeedBurner Website

If you have any feedback that you'd like to share about your experiences with FeedBurner, leave a comment or send in some audio feedback to media@voices.com.

Bye for now,

Stephanie


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