Yeah, I know everyone says this. BlogBridge is designed for people who need to follow literally hundreds of feeds as part of their jobs. Sometimes I say it’s the aggregator for professionals.
Journalists, PR folks, researchers of all kinds. These are people who really have to follow a tremendous amount of information that is constantly percolating in feeds (blogs and other kinds of feeds) and can’t afford to miss even a single mention of their client or other topic of interest. Clearly they can’t read all that information but they have to read some of it and monitor all of it.
So when we say BlogBridge handles hundreds of feeds, this refers not only to reading them, but also managing them, searching them, placing alerts on them, publishing reading lists based on them. It’s a big deal.