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Fri, 19 May 2006 00:58:09 GMT

Feedpass is an alternate landing page for your RSS feed. It has a large array of subscription chicklets, an even larger number of supported RSS readers, 4 email subscription chicklets (including Rmail), chicklets for all the tag spaces and on and on. Looks like the most complete feed landing page devised to date. If you are gonna create one, then save yourself some time and use Feedpass. Jim Woolley of Feedpass was nice enough to create an RSS landing page for The RSS Blog. It's even featured on their homepage. Check it out!


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Thanks for the comment.  Feedpass isn't the culprit mentioned by Kevin.  We've added "rel=nofollow" to all of our bookmarking/tagging links on the feedpass pages, but not to the other links on our pages.  I guess it's a topic that we'll continue to watch.  Feedpass doesn't want to contribute to useless inbound links, so if it makes sense, we can modify all affected links on our feedpass pages easily.


Adding AdSense is as easy as entering your Google AdSense ID when you create your feedpass.  You can create a feedpass for any feed URL and get credit for 1:3 page views.  Claim your own feed URL (verify that you own it) and you'll get credit for 2:3 page views from your feedpass pages, and 1:3 for feedpass pages created for your feed by anyone else. 

Now, if I love Tech.Life.Blogged, instead of just linking over to your site, I can create a feedpass and maybe earn a few bucks. 

The top 10 blogs today have nearly 600,000 links to them...all free.  Just imagine the power of turning them all into feedpass links!


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