> http://googlesystem .blogspot. com/2007/ 07/google- makes-feedburner
> -pro-free. html
> from article:
> 'And other good news: FeedBurner MyBrand, the service that lets you
> serve your feeds from your domain, is now free. It used to cost
> $3-$14/month, depending on the number of feeds from your account.
> "With MyBrand, publishers can continue to take advantage of all of
> FeedBurner's services, but provide a transparent experience by running
> everything through their domain."'
> Maybe I'll start using feedburner again...
I've actually been paying for the MyBrand service for about 6 months now
to get nice, centralized feed URL's, but all on my own domains that I
can switch over to any other back end whenever I feel like.
So, http://feeds.wynia.org/JWynia is currently pointed to a Feedburner
feed, but if I ever get sick of using Feedburner, I can just point it to
my own URL or another service.
J Wynia - Software Developer, Writer and Geek
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