Hot on HuffPost Tech:

See More Stories
Engadget for the iPhone: download the app now
AOL Tech

Tag: FEEDBURNER

Google's FeedBurner RSS analytics service gets real-time stats

Google's FeedBurner, an RSS analytics service that Google bought back in 2007, just got its first big update since coming under the Google umbrella. The new beta version of FeedBurner certainly looks prettier, with a nice, comprehensive dashboard showing relevant traffic stats and any service interruptions in your feeds. The real improvements have happened under the hood, though. As news has...

How to publish your blog feed to Twitter and Facebook

There are many ways to automatically update your Twitter feed when you create a new post on your blog. There are two that we'll look at that will work with any content management system that outputs an RSS feed: Twitterfeed, and Feedburner. When it comes to externally hosted utilities like this, I rate them in two basic ways: functionality, and reliability. In this case, there's not a clear...

FeedBurner stats now showing up in Google Analytics

You'd think that Google's purchase of FeedBurner a few years back would have meant that FeedBurner stats would be easy to track in Google Analytics. No such luck so far, but Analytics can now track at least some FeedBurner info, although the process isn't very obvious. If you want to see how many people click through from your FeedBurner feed to your site (no subscriber numbers yet - sorry!)...

Googleholic for June 10, 2008

Welcome to Googleholic, your bi-weekly fix of everything Google! In this edition: Street View expands Docs gets PDF storage Feedburner's new address Google Reader, Contra-style Grand Theft Google GBroswer rumors ...

Advertising abhors a vacuum: AdSense headed for Feedburner feeds

It's been almost a year since Google acquired RSS service Feedburner or $100 million. But in that year, we've seen very little integration of Google services into Feedburner, or vice versa. Sure, it's now easier to redirect your Blogspot feed to Feedburner, but that's about it. Now, according to the official Feedburner blog, the company is getting ready to roll out the thing we'd all kind of been...

Feed Analysis: Online tool for measuring Feedburner stats

If you maintain a blog, there's a pretty good chance you're addicted to statistics. Whether you typically get 5 page views a day or 5 million, there's something irresistible about clicking the refresh button on any site that will tell you how many hits you've received, how many RSS subscribers you have, and how they're interacting with your site. Feed Analysis is a nifty site that lets you take...

FeedBurner + Google = AdSense integration (but not the way you'd think)

RSS feed publisher FeedBurner has rolled out a new option for monetizing your website. You can use FeedBurner to add Google AdSense in between posts on any blog or website. What you can't do is the place Google AdSense advertisements in your site's feed. It's a bit puzzling that the Google-owned RSS publishing company is launching a service that has nothing to do with RSS feeds. There are...

Google integrates FeedBurner with Blogspot

If you've been wondering what Google would do now that it's taken over FeedBurner, the wait is at least partially over. Google has added Feedburner integration to blogs hosted at Blogspot. But wait, you say, couldn't we always use FeedBurner to spruce up boring Blogger/Blogspot feeds? Right you are. But you had to jump through so many hurdles to change the auto-discovery preferences for your...

Google opens up FeedBurner MyBrand to all users

Hot on the heals of Google snapping up Feedburner, features that were once free paid only are starting to be opened up to all users. For instance, Google opened up Feedburner stats, a once $5/ month subscription. Google's second free slot in FeedBurner went to the MyBrand premium service. This once $3-$14/month service that runs all feeds through publishers own domains is now open to all users....

Google and FeedBurner make it legal

Looks like the rumors were true, Google has purchased RSS management company Feedburner. In a blog post, Google VP Susan Wojcicki wrote that the acquisition fits into the company's efforts to find new tools for content creators and AdWords advertisers. FeedBurner syndicates feeds for over 400,000 publishers, and provides tools for analyzing monetizing their feeds. It'll be interesting to see how...

Google to pay $100 million for Feedburner

As Google continues its march toward world domination, the search behemoth (giant just doesn't do it anymore, does it?) is in the process of buying up Feedburner. The deal, which will reportedly be official within a few weeks, is worth about $100 million in cash. Feedburner is probably the Google of the RSS management world, making it easy to publish an enhanced RSS feed from just about any...

FeedBurner StandardStats regular web statistics introduced

FeedBurner has solidified itself as the statistics package of choice if you want to know how many RSS subscribers you have, and learn details about how your feeds are used. I don't think there's any question that they've got a solid product on their hands; there are very few web publishers I know that use syndication in any capacity that are not heavy FeedBurner users. In a move that surprised...

Google Analytics and Feedburner Reports plugin for WordPress

If you're a blogger using WordPress, and you're looking for a good way to view both your web visitor statistics as well as your syndicated reader statistics, consider using Google Analytics and FeedBurner. Google Analytics, which was once known as Urchin, is a free and full-featured web statistic reporting package. FeedBurner is a best-of-breed syndicated feed monitoring service. But once you've...

The Future of Web Applications Conference

Carson Workshops is running a two day conference on the development of technology you will be using tomorrow in San Francisco at the Palace of Fine Arts Theatre, on September 13-14. This isn't a no name conference either! There will be some big-hitters speaking at the event, including: Kevin Rose from digg Mike Arrington from TechCrunch Mike Davidson from Newsvine Jeff Veen from Google ...

More podcasts than radio stations in the world

FeedBurner's Burning Questions blog has a Podcast Market Update that includes this little tidbit: there are now more podcast feeds on the web than radio stations in the world. No kidding. Podcasts have seen seeing 15% growth from month to month and at the end of march FeedBurner was tracking nearly 45,000 of them. It also turns out that the old chestnut about there being more podcasts than...