Anyone who follows me on Twitter will hear me rant every once in awhile about Feedburner. I am totally fed up with them and really disappointed that they can't seem to gain control over whatever problem they are having that make my subscribers disappear. Ever since Google got their hands on it they have gone downhill (shouldn't be surprised as I had dropped GMail and had to switch from there too) When I tell a company that I have over 800 subscribers and they see on my site it's at 475, I have a problem. Sure I can take the widget down but that wouldn't be fair.

I don't know why I am just now thinking about this but is there another company that any of the MBC members use that you can recommend?

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The only other one I've used is feedblitz and I hated it. Their dashboard site is confusing and it was just as buggy as feedburner with subscriber counts. I wish there was an accurate alternative too. I'd switch in an instant!
That totally bugs me too. I'm so sick of jumping on my blogs and seeing that I have little to no subscribers anymore and it quite often takes 2-3 days to get the problem fixed and in the meantime I cannot direct companies to my sites. Very frustrating. I wish there was a different way too.
I rant about the same thing on Twitter. I don't know of any other companies. I'm sure they will eventually work out the bugs, though.

I often tell companies that my widget is inaccurate, if it is that day.




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