December 21, 2009

Interesting take on RSS and Blog Readers

Filed under: BlogBridge — Pito Salas on 10:03 am

We at BlogBridge are still going strong; admitedly at a different scale than Google Reader, but from what I can gather from our stats, there’s a cadre of users who continue to need a powerful and scalable blog and feed reader with good connections to twitter, facebook, blog reading and so on, and that’s still BlogBridge.

Here’s an interesting article from ReadWriteWeb about their take on what’s happening in the world of blog aggregation and reading.

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  1. > “Frankly I’m more likely to use Google Reader to search for specific information nowadays, than to scan my subscribed feeds for their latest posts.”

    That’s exactly what BlogBridge is built for and I really can’t understand why people have problems understanding the power of ’smart feeds’.

    Be it a simple smart feed for all unread items from a guide or a more complex smart feed to aggregate keywords … I couldn’t live without it!

    From a publishers point of view the most important development in 2009 is Posterous: Easy publishing of different content types plus the possibility to spread the news. Just awesome.

    Thanks a lot for BlogBridge and happy holidays for the whole team and their families!

    Comment by Markus Merz | Hamburg St. Georg — December 22, 2009 @ 7:03 am

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