Update: dilemna solved
I am not quite sure what is going on with the statistics for the RSS feed I maintain through Google's Feedburner service.
I could understand the subscriber numbers for this feed steadily reducing over time as people move to the RSS feed(s) hosted directly here at GavinKnight.com - but a sudden decrease makes me suspicious that somehow Google inflate the numbers for their own service. Can you shed any light on what is going on here?
By way of context, I now provide the following RSS feeds hosted directly here at GavinKnight.com:
- Blog articles (articles from my Blog here at GavinKnight.com)
- Short Thoughts (daily collation of my personal Twitter stream
- Shared Reading (daily collation of my online reading shared via Twitter stream)
I will also continue to provide the following feeds through Google's Feedburner service:
- All Posts (amalgum of the above three feeds) (also available by email as a daily summary)
- this is the feed for which the statistics are shown above
- this was the feed for GavinKnight.com before I moved here to Squarespace
- (I use Yahoo!Pipes to combine the three feeds above into one, which is then fed into Feedburner)
- All Comments (all comments here at GavinKnight.com) (also available by email as a daily summary)
I previously provided RSS feeds for each of my main topic areas, but decided to close those down when I moved my hosting to Squarespace.