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Here are the latest posts about RSS on The Write News:

Google Reader Says Goodbye
Google Reader officially ended its Google Reader service today. The service launched on October 7, 2005. (July 2, 2013)

Feedburner Counts Can Be Faked
Many bloggers embed the Feedburner chicklet onto their blog to show how many readers they have. (August 4, 2008)

It's RSS Awareness Day
Bloggers and people in the Internet industry are aware of RSS but it's reach seems to stop there. (May 1, 2008)

New York Times Launches MyTimes
The New York Times has launched a personalized news start page called MyTimes. (August 23, 2007)

Google Reader, MyYahoo, Bloglines, NewsGator and Netvibes Dominating Feed Market
Most publishers found that their RSS subscriber counts jumped a healthy 20-50% earlier this week when Google Reader started reporting subscriber counts. (February 22, 2007)

Finding and Fighting Blog Plagiarism
Aral Balkan busted RexyStudios for copying two of his blog posts and passing them off as their own work. (February 15, 2007)

Three Blog and RSS Directories Sold
The Blog Herald reports that three blog and rss directories have been sold recently by the Bloggy Network. (January 25, 2007)

Feedburner Feeds Blocked by China?
Steve Rubel is discussing a post by William Long that says Feedburner feeds are being blocked by China. (August 6, 2006)

Feedpass Provides RSS Subscribe Page for Feeds
Feedpass is a new service that provides an RSS subscription page (or landing page) where people can quickly subscribe to your RSS feed from a variety of RSS readers and email readers. (May 21, 2006)

How Many RSS Feeds Should One Person Read?
How many RSS feeds should one person subscribe to before it is too many? How many does it take to get the job done? Ollie at Dayorama recently asked the blogosphere this same question. (March 4, 2006)

Feedster Supports Standardized RSS Icon
Feedster has announced that they will also be supporting the RSS icon that the Mozilla browser uses to indicate when a website has a feed available. (January 22, 2006)

WebProBlog Launches With Email Newsletter Advice
WebProBlog is a new blog from iEntry, Inc. (November 11, 2005)

Feeds That Matter
A Reuters article has some interesting data from Bloglines about how many feeds have a significant number of subscribers. (October 9, 2005)

Aggregator Consolidation: NewsGator Acquires NetNewsWire
NewsGator has acquired NetNewsWire, an RSS reader for Mac OS X. (October 5, 2005)

10% Of Blog Readers Use Feeds
Slighty over ten percent of blog readers use RSS feeds according to a new Nielsen//NetRatings survey. (August 16, 2005)

Microsoft Promises RSS Support in Longhorn
Microsoft has announced that Longhorn, the next version of Microsoft's operating system, and IE 7. (June 26, 2005)

Does RSS Threaten Websites?
Steve Rubel at Micropersuasion. (May 24, 2005)

Don't Dump Email Marketing for RSS
Email Sherpa, an email marketing newsletter from MarketingSherpa. (May 16, 2005)

RSS Growth Continues But Still Not Mainstream
More media outlets, newspapers and websites are offering RSS Feeds each day. (April 12, 2005)