Cool New Features from Feedburner

Analyze :: Aggregate Item Use Well Feedburner, the site that we all know and love that publishes so many of our blog feeds has just gotten that much better.

Yesterday they announced enhancements to their stats package over at their Burning Questions blog.

Most exciting is that they are now offering you up your most clicked through stories on a day, 7 day, 30 day and all time basis.

Although measuring how many people click through an RSS reader may not be the absolute best way to gauge popularity of your articles, it is a good start.

If you have a blog and have not been using feedburner you really should check it out. You can see my stories ranked by popularity of all time here.

So what, according to Feedburner are my top 10 most popular stories of all time?

1. Will JupiterMedia Pass Corbis in Stock Photography?

2. Microsoft’s Charlie Owen Responds to My Media Center “Rant”

3. Nick Starr’s FlickrLicio.us Banned From Flickr

4. November 2005 Photoblog

5. PriceRitePhoto: Abusive Bait and Switch Camera Store

6. Om Malik on Front Row vs. Media Center

7. Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 Available Now

8. More Questions About Windows Media Player 10

9. Akimbo Available on MCE 2005 – Smart Move Microsofties!

10. Windows Media Player 10 — The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

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  1. How do you know that that list is correct? My bloglines subscription points to “http://thomashawk.com/atom.xml”, so feedburner never sees me (and the other 179 or so subcribers).

    What you should probably do is redirect that atom.xml URL to your feedburner feed.