Re: [podcasters] interesting experience with PDFs in Podcast Feeds
- View SourceHi Todd:
I use Feedburner primarily because I like their SmartCast feature for
I also like their FeedFlares, which allow you to choose from many pre-
built ones or you can make your own. FeedFlares are commonly used the
way large publishers add "e-mail this link" after a post. I have
about 5 enabled, and here's what the text looks like:
Email this � Technorati: 2 links to this item � Add to del.icio.us �
Subscribe to this feed � Slashdot This � Digg this
I've protected my main RSS feed by following FeedBurner's directions
for redirecting feeds. The way I understand it is that this allows me
to revert to my original RSS feed and keep my subscribers. It just
requires you to change a few lines of code in one file if memory
serves me correctly. I use WordPress, but you can protect your feed
(it's called a redirect) on other blog platforms.
I also like the stats, and the SmartCast feature made it easy for me
to get up and running about 7 months ago.
My questions don't necessarily all relate to Feedburner. I am curious
in general if partial feeds in blog software cause problems with
enclosures of different media in blog posts.
All the best,
Editor, The Imaging Buffet
On Feb 2, 2007, at 12:50 PM, Todd Cochrane wrote:
> The question I continue to ask people is why use FeedBurner when
> your blog
> creates it's own feed.
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