I’ve been trying to figure out how Atom and XML feeds work so that I can include this blog into the feed distribution networks so if you have an RSS feed, you can get NevOn blog posts in your reader. No need to figure now, thanks to a new free service that I just signed up for – Feedburner.
Clearly designed for anyone who doesn’t want to know how RSS, XML, Atom, etc, works (they just want to plug their blog in to such distribution processes), “Feedburner is an RSS/Atom post-processing service that allows publishers to enhance their feeds in a variety of interesting and powerful ways. By republishing their feeds through FeedBurner, publishers gain detailed feed statistics, maximum feed format compatibility, ‘shockproofing’ to absorb bandwidth spikes, and more” according to a description on the website.
- Sign up for free at FeedBurner – Point your feed here. We’ll do the rest.