Feed Usage Statistics

Statistics for websites using Feed technologies

RSS
Really Simple Discovery
Live Writer Support
Pingback Support
Atom
FeedBurner
Dublin Core
Google FeedProxy
Associated Press Hosted Content
Feedblitz

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Name 10k 100k Million Entire Web
RSS 3,198 27,376 313,228 24,646,461
Really Simple Discovery 2,053 18,486 215,638 17,297,167
Live Writer Support 1,955 17,672 208,677 16,891,826
Pingback Support 1,509 14,479 167,821 13,639,729
Atom 428 3,631 40,050 3,142,284
FeedBurner 365 2,625 17,821 279,123
Dublin Core 166 1,243 10,151 541,000
Google FeedProxy 45 303 1,825 55,059
Associated Press Hosted Content 14 110 248 2,009
Feedblitz 6 45 224 2,566
Google AJAX Feed API 1 13 53 2,450
Profilactic 0 0 0 6
Retaggr 0 0 1 17
Blog Net News 0 0 1 3
WebRSS 0 1 9 345
Quercus TV videos 0 0 0 0
feed2js.org 0 0 4 276
Atom Introspection 0 0 0 150

Feeds provide syndication techniques for web sites. These feeds provide structured access to content which in turn allows computer applications to understand this information. This has allowed the development of RSS Readers and aggregation software. Feedburner, which is listed here but is not a syndication technique, provides access to RSS feeds but provides a layer of reporting and features. Feedburner was acquired by Google in May 2005.

RSS is the most popular syndication technique, spearheaded by its development out of Netscape in the late 90ies. RSS goes hand in hand with Blog and piggy backed off its popularity to show the strong up take and usage it receives today.

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