FlowReader supports SubToMe

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FlowReader is a web-based personal news reader that offers a new way to browse online content, combining RSS feeds along with links and stories shared on Facebook and Twitter. You can combine your Facebook, Twitter and Google account to extract content from all of them and then categorize, filter and read what you care about … Continue reading FlowReader supports SubToMe

Using WordPress Reader with SubToMe

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If you’ve ever visited a WordPress.com hosted blog, you’ve probably noticed that there are multiple buttons to follow that blog by email or using the WordPress.com reader. Now, if your blog is not hosted on WordPress, you can easily add a SubToMe button to your site so that more people follow it from their wordpress … Continue reading Using WordPress Reader with SubToMe

Rebooting feeds

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The current specifications for RSS and Atom are old by the web standards and have not evolved in a long time. Yet, the way feeds are produced and consumed certainly has evolved. The reading experiences outside of RSS have evolved. It’s time to reconcile things! At Superfeedr, we’re convinced that one of the most important … Continue reading Rebooting feeds

SubToMe in Feedburner

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Earlier this week, SubToMe has been added to Feedburner! Feedburner is still an incredibly popular RSS feed platform which provides analytics and landing pages for RSS feed owners. It has not been getting a lot of attention form Google since they aquire it, but people still use it. If you’re using Feedburner, make sure you … Continue reading SubToMe in Feedburner