Feeds

StumbleUpon can bring huge visitor traffic towards your blog or site from 100 to 8,000 per day. Imagine if you can convert these visitors into subscribers. It is a fact that your blog feed subscription spike will increase but it will experience a decrease gradually with time. Your goal should be to retain these subscribers and make them a part of your community. There are no fixed set of rules but here are some methods which will convert visitors from StumbleUpon into subscribers.

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Give your subscribers easy ways to share and act on the content you publish by including ‘Twit This’ in the feed items so that they can publish your post at Twitter. FeedFlare places a simple footer at the bottom of each content item (post and feed), helping you to distribute, inform and create a community around your content. ‘Twit this’ is also a service you can use, but its kind of hidden in the feeds account. Here is how you can do it.

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There are pretty much easy automated methods to copy everything from any blog as it gets updated from time to time. In order to do so you just need RSS Feed URL of the target blog. Ever heard of Blog Aggregator or Feed Reader? They does the same thing. If your feed gets in the wrong hands, you are in a big trouble. Whatever you will post, it will get published over there also without your acknowledgment or awareness. There is an easy solution to that.

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goodbye-feedburner

Today I logged in to my feedburner’s account to check my stats and I was greeted at a different page. I was horror struck for a moment. They said that move feeds to Google Account. They said:
Moving to a Google Account is easy. Take the plunge now!
Your feeds should move to Google. Why?

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