My Beef With Feedburner

I want to use Feedburner. I think it’s a great idea that it tracks clicks from a newsfeed. But I just don’t want to be tied into the Feedburner service. If I have lots of people subscribed to my feed at Feedburner – what happens if they change their terms of service or start charging more than I’m willing to pay?
Whine, whine, whine – I’m a whiny consumer!

Update: Holy Christ – within minutes two guys from Feedburner answered my questions and quelled my concerns. That kind of responsiveness deserves my business and I’m going to tell everyone about them.

94 thoughts on “My Beef With Feedburner

  1. Dick

    you can use our service without being tied to feedburner! you can redirect your feed to us, and still have users pointing at your original feed. then when you decide to throw us out of the house, just stop redirecting to us! there are lots of examples out there of folks that do this. Check out for detailed how-to and then check out q&a number 2 on this post for examples

  2. Eric Lunt

    I totally understand your concerns, which is why we’ve tried to get the word out that you can use a redirect trick so you continue to “own” your feed url. Check out question number 2 of our “Very Frequently Asked Questions” here: . Some more detailed instructions here: . Finally, someone else’s account of how they did it here:
    Hope you give it a try!

  3. Andy

    Holy God that was fast!
    Now I get what you’re saying – now that I think a little more and not be a reactive consumer! Hee hee!

  4. elavil

    Finally we have a replacement for my long lost beloved riding crop! (The story about how I lost it is here if youÒre interested.)

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    I was thinking this afternoon about the old saw “A man wants all women for one thing, a woman wants one man for all things.”

  6. inderal

    PS I wonder how Blunkett would feel about the fact that this same person explained how she understood this way of using words by saying ÓitÒs the kind of thing Haider does in AustriaÔÅ

  7. lamisil

    then i looked around me, and down at the shag pile rug i was sinking into, and realised that maybe, for him, they’d never been away.

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    ItÒs the only time of the year I wish I had Sky to watch the whole terrible but unmissable award show live. We used to have Oscar parties to watch it all through the night!

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    I call him after the awards fiasco, very drunk and tired. “It’s not in the stars,” he says, explaining why it has been impossible for our paths to actually cross.

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    What is this country coming to when itÒs only old gits like us (no, heÒs no relation) who can be bothered to utter a voice of dissent every now and then?

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    it was like he had me where he wanted me, so he could do anything he wanted to me, and yet he wasn’t that good at what he wanted to do.

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    Nigella is extremely fuckalicious. It’s just a shame that she opted to marry an insidious prick with lots of money, instead of a rich man with an insidious prick…


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