Hand over my feed’s numbers, Jarvis says (I agree)

Oh, I agree with this: Hand over my numbers, cries Jeff Jarvis. Turns out most of the online aggregators are caching RSS feeds and aren’t reporting how many people are subscribing.

By the way I’ve cleaned out A-S in my RSS feeds. Should be done within the next couple of hours. The resulting set of feeds is a lot nicer!

Comments

  1. [...] Jeff Jarvis started a “non-topic” that a few other so-called A-Listers picked up on, already. He’s complaining that he can’t satisfy his ego because certain services are caching his RSS feed, and not providing him with subscriber numbers. Get over it, Jeff! You need to get over it, too, Scoble! Dave Winer commented on Jeff’s post, also, only mentioning what was posted, and not giving his opinion. In my opinion, there is a major difference between RSS feeds and music, which is the comparison that Jeff gives. There are other ways of finding out how many times any of your posts are “viewed” without depending on other service providers. If they haven’t figured out how to do that, then I can see why they’re complaining. [...]

  2. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  3. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  4. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  5. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  6. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  7. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  8. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  9. I have found my feed on Real Estate Sites and on a Yoga blog!

    Just Trackback, that’s all I ask.

    You have to think of a Radio Transmitter, all this aggregating and syndicating is just boosting my signal!

  10. Those fake blog aggregators are not going to give you a trackback. They were built to game search engines.

    Robert, if you want stats from people who reuse the XML version of your writings, then you should have said so upfront, before distributing it, instead of hollering how other people should be fired if they haven’t yet reached your level of understanding and other trollery.

    The sustainability of a new architecture is better considered up-front than it is after implementation.

  11. Those fake blog aggregators are not going to give you a trackback. They were built to game search engines.

    Robert, if you want stats from people who reuse the XML version of your writings, then you should have said so upfront, before distributing it, instead of hollering how other people should be fired if they haven’t yet reached your level of understanding and other trollery.

    The sustainability of a new architecture is better considered up-front than it is after implementation.

  12. Those fake blog aggregators are not going to give you a trackback. They were built to game search engines.

    Robert, if you want stats from people who reuse the XML version of your writings, then you should have said so upfront, before distributing it, instead of hollering how other people should be fired if they haven’t yet reached your level of understanding and other trollery.

    The sustainability of a new architecture is better considered up-front than it is after implementation.

  13. Those fake blog aggregators are not going to give you a trackback. They were built to game search engines.

    Robert, if you want stats from people who reuse the XML version of your writings, then you should have said so upfront, before distributing it, instead of hollering how other people should be fired if they haven’t yet reached your level of understanding and other trollery.

    The sustainability of a new architecture is better considered up-front than it is after implementation.

  14. Those fake blog aggregators are not going to give you a trackback. They were built to game search engines.

    Robert, if you want stats from people who reuse the XML version of your writings, then you should have said so upfront, before distributing it, instead of hollering how other people should be fired if they haven’t yet reached your level of understanding and other trollery.

    The sustainability of a new architecture is better considered up-front than it is after implementation.

  15. [...] And what’s the deal with the memorandum “discussion”? Sorry, but Scoble saying, “I agree” sure as hell doesn’t bring a whole lot to the table. Not that this is anyone’s fault, it’s just kind of verifying the whole A-list elite circle criticism that’s been thrown at memorandum before. If it’s really that easy to get on the front page… [...]