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Published on February 18th, 2007 | by Simon Wakeman

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Google hits your RSS subscriber statistics

If you track your blog’s RSS subscriber figures as closely as I do, you’ll know that the number of people downloading your RSS feed tends to drop markedly at the weekend.

Yesterday mine went up though. This is probably because yesterday Google started reporting subscriber statistics when it requests your RSS feed on behalf of Google Reader subscribers.

Previously this didn’t happen, which meant that it wasn’t possible to work out how many RSS subscribers you had through Google Reader – most statistics packages just counted Google Reader as a single subscriver, even though in reality you may well have multiple people reading your feed through Google Reader.

More information is available from the Google Reader blog, Feedburner and Fedafi.

This article originally appeared on Simon Wakeman’s communications, marketing and public relations blog at www.simonwakeman.com.


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    Simon WakemanSimon is a CIPR and CIM qualified senior communications and marketing professional with experience working across the full communications mix in the public and private sectors. He has a genuine passion for all things digital.

    He is Director of Strategy and Marketing at Deeson Group. He also writes a Cision UK top 10 marketing and communications blog.

    Outside work he enjoys running, road cycling, mountain biking, caravanning and generally being outdoors. Simon is married with two young children, has an energetic miniature labradoodle and lives in Canterbury, Kent.

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