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Tue, 05 Jul 2005 21:16:40 GMT
Stats from FeedBurner

I love numbers. Two minutes after I published my own stats, I found an entry by Eric that links to the bigger picture.

Table 1: Top 20 RSS Readers of FeedBurner-Served Feeds

  1. My Yahoo* -- 59.02%
  2. Bloglines* -- 10.42%
  3. Firefox Live Bookmarks -- 4.20%
  4. NetNewsWire -- 3.74%
  5. iTunes -- 3.37%
  6. iPodder -- 2.38%
  7. NewsGator Online* -- 1.82%
  8. Pluck -- 1.59%
  9. FeedDemon -- 1.56%
  10. Reader not identified -- 1.02%
  11. Apple CFNetwork Generic Client -- 0.96%
  12. SharpReader -- 0.86%
  13. Thunderbird -- 0.82%
  14. Safari RSS -- OS X Tiger -- 0.61%
  15. iPodderX -- 0.54%
  16. LiveJournal -- 0.52%
  17. NewsGator Outlook Edition -- 0.51%
  18. RSS Bandit -- 0.50%
  19. RssReader -- 0.34%
  20. Opera RSS Reader -- 0.33%

and

Table 2: Top 20 RSS Readers (excluding 10 most popular feeds)

  1. Bloglines* -- 19.49%
  2. NetNewsWire -- 10.07%
  3. iTunes -- 9.53%
  4. Firefox Live Bookmarks -- 7.25%
  5. iPodder -- 7.17%
  6. My Yahoo* -- 6.68%
  7. FeedDemon -- 4.23%
  8. NewsGator Online* -- 3.83%
  9. Reader not identified -- 3.07%
  10. Pluck -- 2.07%
  11. SharpReader -- 1.91%
  12. iPodderX -- 1.77%
  13. Thunderbird -- 1.75%
  14. Safari RSS -- OS X Tiger -- 1.75%
  15. LiveJournal -- 1.44%
  16. NewsGator Outlook Edition -- 1.27%
  17. Apple CFNetwork Generic Client -- 1.21%
  18. RSS Bandit -- 0.99%
  19. Opera RSS Reader -- 0.90%
  20. Sage -- 0.82%.

http://itmanagement.earthweb.com/columns/executive_tech/article.php/3517646

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