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Way to Know How Many Are Subscribing to Your Feed?
pab1953




msg:3017300
 2:54 pm on Jul 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

Is there a way to view stats about how many are subscribing to your newsfeed?

Thanks.

 

naitsirhc26




msg:3017869
 10:05 pm on Jul 21, 2006 (gmt 0)

I would love to here this as well.

werty




msg:3018292
 9:37 am on Jul 22, 2006 (gmt 0)

The only way I know how is through feedburner. Not exactly sure how accurate it is at measuring, but it gives you an idea.

stubeloo




msg:3019983
 12:17 pm on Jul 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

Feedburner is a great option - it's easy to set up, and can be configured to your needs.

It is possible to replicate the functionality of a service like feedburner, but this would require some degree of programming knowledge and would be less easy to set up.

Sergi973




msg:3020017
 1:22 pm on Jul 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

Feedburner is great but you need to set up a new feed. And it's can be tricky to redirect your old feed to the one created with feedburner, which is the thing to do if you want to have accurate statistics.
For blogs, I guess there is some modules which allow you to get stats for your feeds, depends on which platform your blog is.
I know there is one for Dotclear, I guess the same exist for Wordpress and the like.

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