What’s Hot in RSS Readers?

Tris Hussey talks about a post that Lee Oden wrote on RSS Readers.

Lee mentioned that his biggest RSS subscriber base was via e-mail. Not bloglines, or anything else, but e-mail. People still love that delivery system, and if they have an e-mail account, they don’t have to subscribe to another service. I like RSS to e-mail services as well. The idea that my grandma can get my weekly postings in her inbox to keep up with how I am doing delights both of us.

Bloglines, Pageflakes and Feedblitz are the top three for Tris, but he thinks that many people are still used to getting information in their inbox.

I use Bloglines for almost all of my subscriptions because my e-mail accounts are cluttered enough as it is. What do your users use to subscribe to your blogs? Also, what do you use?

Author: David Peralty

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  1. I’ve been using Bloglines and dabbling with the Google Reader. A lot of my readers (including my family members) subscribe to my blog via FeedBurner’s email subscription service. Cheers.

  2. I haven’t liked anything else I’ve tried as much as Sage. I’m all about Firefox in terms of browser choice, so for me there’s nothing more convenient than just popping up the Sage sidebar and hitting refresh. No muss, no fuss.

  3. Just for the record, I showed the data from Lee’s blog. My data are completely different
    My top three …
    7 days: Bloglines, Newsgator, Rojo
    30 days: Bloglines, Newsgator, Lektora
    All time: Bloglines, Newsgaotr, Lektora

    Which goes to the point that each Blog’s audience is very different!

  4. I have ben using Pageflakes for a while now. Also like Bloglines a lot. 2 very useful services.


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