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FeedPass as an RSS Subscription Option

I’m always looking for ways to demystify and make easier the RSS subscription process. Marshall Kirkpatrick’s recent post on FeedPass (read the comments, too) got me interested in exploring FeedPass.
Part of what FeedPass does is to create a handy subscription page that is designed to make it easier for people to learn about your RSS feed and subscribe to it.
If you are a new reader of my blog or have been thinking about subscribing to the RSS feed, please take a look at the subscription page and let me know whether you think it makes it easy for your to understand RSS and subscribe to the feed.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (http://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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3 Responses to “FeedPass as an RSS Subscription Option”

  1. Thanks for the link Dennis, it’s nice to keep in touch. I agree that FeedPass offers some very compelling features. Hope you are well.

  2. Not sure if you’re giving positive review to FeedPass or not. Arrington’s post, http://www.techcrunch.com/2006/05/21/feedpass-does-absolutely-nothing/ and Dave Winer’s comments are not positive.
    Like them, I am not a fan of people repurposing my feeds.
    This whole RSS confusion is going to pass. People will be accustomed to using RSS just like they have grown accustomed to using email and browsing the net.

  3. Seems pretty simple. Thanks, Dude.

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