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FeedBurner’s ‘360 view’ site statistics go live!

an image of the Yahoo! logoAs of today, and at long last, the new FeedBurner website statistics package go live!

And not a moment too soon, either:

“As promised, site statistics are now live. Our architecture conversion work after the BlogBeat acquisition is complete, and our free StandardStats service now enables any of our publishers to track both feed and site audience, all from the comfort of your FeedBurner account. There is a lot to discuss, so this post will cover how to get started, what you get when you activate site statistics, what’s coming next, and our vision for how the pieces all fit together.”

I’ve been on the look-out for this update for some time.

As recently mentioned in ‘Pimp my Blog’, over on Francesco Iovine’s ‘blog, FeedBurner is just one of several tools used to track, monitor, enhance and expose a ‘blog to a wider audience.

Thus far, after signing up with MyBlogLog, I’ve seen an interesting burst in traffic to this ‘blog and an increase in my news subscribers, which is always nice!

By the way: if you’d like some help & advice on ‘blogging and generally pimpin’ your ‘blog, let me know and we can discuss some strategies.

Always happy to help!

By Wayne Smallman

Wayne is the man behind the Blah, Blah! Technology website, and the creator of the Under Cloud, a digital research assistant for journalists and academics.

7 replies on “FeedBurner’s ‘360 view’ site statistics go live!”

I didn’t know FeedBurner site statistics. I’m giving this tool a try. Thanks for linking. 😉

As of my last check, the data hasn’t come through, so I’m guessing there’s a 24 hour delay, which for us MyBlogLog users is a horror show!

“Thanks for linking. ;)”

A pleasure…

There’s not a 24 hours delay. Now, after few hours, I can see stats for my blog. And I like them! This tool looks quite easy-to-use..


Still no data for me, so I’m guessing it’s to do with the time difference, maybe?

You’re a few hours in front of me, so maybe another 2 hours and I might see something…

I will try it out, too. Google Analytics is also a good option, but didn’t bring new users to your blog. It’s difficult to build up a network :-).

Hi Sebastian!

I am currently using Google Analytics, but it’s not as complete as the FeedBurner statistics tool for traffic data…

That’s right. I think the most interessting statistics about a blog aren’t the one time readers, but the people who subscribe your feed or come back five times a week.

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