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Andy Beard takes a look at FeedBurner’s change to now include tracking of FriendFeed subscriber data.
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from onreact 1954 Days ago #
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I hate that. I want my blog subscribers number clean.

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from nowsourcing 1953 Days ago #
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RSS is a hard thing to measure anyway, even before the FF add.  Does everyone really read everything in all their feeds? Do you think that’s air you’re breathing? ;)

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from fredmcclimans 1952 Days ago #
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We’re getting so much closer to the tipping point where too much information, aggregated from too many sources, will equal less data. Until somebody deliveres the "aggregator of all aggregators", I’ll keep RSS data and the like in a category called "Usefull, but not all that relevant". ;(

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from username1 removed by request 1951 Days ago #
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This whole thing just doesn’t make sense to me. I mean what if they just added twitter followers to your RSS subscriber count out of the blue. This to me makes absolutely as much sense.

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from seoblog 1951 Days ago #
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Yes it doesn’t make sense!

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