FeedPress, a Feedburner alternative

After reading this article, I decided to try out FeedPress, a Feedburner alternative for tracking RSS and utilizing many features similar to Feedburner's own offering. I just switched to it, so I may do a more in-depth review once I play with it for a bit. But the post that made me switch is pretty convincing. Also, there's a WordPress plugin to help redirect your feeds. And don't be confused, FeedPress works with lots of systems, it's just got a WordPressy name.

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  1. Interesting – will need go take a look.

    However one of the nice things about FeedBurner is it takes that load off the server – if you have a lot of traffic.

  2. Thanks, FeedBurner has been a real pain in the you know what for me recently..

    I wanted to try feedpress, but honestly the no english was a deal breaker for me. I found FeedSnap after some googling which seems to be a very good FeedBurner alternative. It has been working OK for me and I guess I have no complaints. It just sucks that feedburner is abandoned these days.

  3. Thanks, FeedBurner has been a real pain in the you know what for me recently..

    I wanted to try feedpress, but honestly the no english was a deal breaker for me. I found FeedSnap ( http://feedsnap.com/ ) after some googling which seems to be a very good FeedBurner alternative. It has been working OK for me and I guess I have no complaints. It just sucks that feedburner is abandoned these days.

  4. Hi Brian,

    switching from Feedburner is more relevant than ever – and many bloggers consider this process a pain, as it is hard to determine what (paid) alternative works best in their specific situation.

    To help people decide on the switch, I recently launched a website that compares the most important All-in-One “Feedbuner Alternatives” solutions in a chart. Please have a look at http://www.feedburner-alternatives.com

    The site will be updated as more alternative services appear in the market, so if you hear about anything, please let me know!

    Cheers, Steve

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