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Thursday, March 30, 2006

10 years to Figure Out The Right Way To Use XML

This is indeed an impressive show. FeedBurner service is used by more than 145,000 bloggers, podcasters and commercial publishers reaching 10 million subscribers in more than 190 countries. There are more than a quarter of a million feeds (including 43,244 podcasts). COO and Co-Founder Steve Olechowski shares his vision.As he sees it, "it’s taken the Internet industry, 10 years to figure out the right way to use XML. It started out with all sorts of proprietary formats and usage patterns and finally settling for simplicity". Echoing Joe Kraus, he says the new web movement has been helped by opesnource software( today the infrrastructure software is almost free), as well as the falling costs of hardware, hosting, and bandwidth. It’s allowed companies to start a business without a lot of outside capital. Now the growth & revenue model :FeedBurner makes money by creating incredible value for feed publishers. They in turn either pay us to use our services via buying service licenses or revenue sharing. FeedBurner is not a feed aggregator per se, but a feed management service, representing publishers and provide services for feed publishers. Simple and nice read and by the way Feedburner's imressive growth while offering very reliable service is an important thing to watch. Its perceived success ought to be attributed to its clear positioning and good execution and not just as bein in the growth area in the rigt time

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