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By: Daily Good Tips

Fri, 07 Aug 2009 10:16:33 +0000

Yes I agree if we put ads in our rss feed it will make our feeds readers boring. But , I many bloggers want to get profit from their feeds, by feeds monetizing. So I think it is depent from each bloggers. I put ads in my feeds but I never get money from it.



By: Ian Delaney

Wed, 14 Feb 2007 20:18:41 +0000

A further consideration. I'm thinking that this year is when mobile RSS finally takes off, with some networks introducing 'all-you-can-eat' data deals. Flares can affect formatting (badly) on mobiles and take up precious screen estate.



By: Daniel

Wed, 14 Feb 2007 18:46:37 +0000

egon, I still think that RSS subscribers are more loyal, unless you talk about readers that are not familiar with RSS and just bookmark your site to visit it every day. I also skip through my feeds once in a while, but I read all the headlines, meaning that I keep in touch with those blogs.



By: egon

Wed, 14 Feb 2007 17:25:39 +0000

I use 4 feed flares and I don't think it clutters up anything. I'm also going to start using Feedvertising to see how that is, and hopefully it doesn't clutter anything either, but we'll see. As far as RSS readers being the most loyal, I think it depends. As bloggers ourselves, we most likely have a lot more feeds that we subscribe to, so when you log on in the morning and you see over 200 or 300 new posts (I use Netvibes,) you tend to skip over them more easily. I think a regular reader wouldn't have so many, and would therefore be more interested in each one. What do you think?



By: Daniel

Wed, 14 Feb 2007 08:53:57 +0000

Jen, there are some people using like 6+ feed flares. Imagine you open that feed once in a while and you find lots of posts there. When you read through those posts you will need to skip through all those flares several times, which might be annoying if you are not interested in emailing the post, digging it or adding it to delicious at all.