I say dump it. If they ever went out of business, you'd have to republish
everything in the directories. If you run it on your site, you don't have to
worry about stuff like that.
----- Original Message ----- From: "Steve Holmes" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, November 18, 2005 12:43 PM
Subject: Feedburner vs Wordpress
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I'm curious about something. Since I switched my blog stuff over to Wordpress, I now have a full RSS 2.0 feed including audio enclosures available directly from my local site. But I've been using feedburner from before and it is still compatible with my new RSS feed. My question is, how bout if I dump feedburner and just publish my RSS feed directly? I haven't joined any directories yet and plan to after making this decision. After tweaking things in Wordpress, I noticed the addresses to my RSS feeds (blog and comments) became quite simple actually; they started out more complex but some how defaulted down to something pretty easy to give out. So, what you-all think? should I keep feedburner or go ahead and dump it and just go with my local RSS feed?
Thanks for ideas and any answers you might come up with.
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