Feedburner gives RSS reader stats

MyYahoo still has most of the RSS Readers, but Feedburner shows Google Reader is coming on strong.

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Comments

  1. Er… no Scoble. I dont think you actually looked at those stats very carefully. Yahoo has the most *clicks* only, google does a lot better than you think

    Yahoo is only top for click throughs because they dont show even partial feeds, only head lines. Google reader trounces everything else in terms of numbers of feeds, coverage and amount read.

  2. Er… no Scoble. I dont think you actually looked at those stats very carefully. Yahoo has the most *clicks* only, google does a lot better than you think

    Yahoo is only top for click throughs because they dont show even partial feeds, only head lines. Google reader trounces everything else in terms of numbers of feeds, coverage and amount read.

  3. Er… no Scoble. I dont think you actually looked at those stats very carefully. Yahoo has the most *clicks* only, google does a lot better than you think

    Yahoo is only top for click throughs because they dont show even partial feeds, only head lines. Google reader trounces everything else in terms of numbers of feeds, coverage and amount read.