Feedoor Enables Real-Time Feeds Management to Any Website or Blog
Jordan based Feedoor, the feed management service, today announced that Real-Time feed updates such as RSS or ATOM updates can be enabled for any website or blog. By implementing Real-Time protocols within it’s technology and with the help of Superfeedr the Real-Time feed parsing service, Feedoor can now convert any feed into a Real-Time feed.
With this announcement, websites and blogs can use Feedoor to manage their feeds and send Real-Time notifications of new posts while at the same time have the ability to view full statistic of how users interact with their feed. “For publishers, when news is breaking, few minutes delays can be a killer.” said Mahmoud Mehyar founder of Feedoor, he added “now by using Feedoor, publishers and bloggers do not need to worry, their feeds get pushed to feed readers in Real-Time”.
Unlike Google’s Feedburner which only supports Pubsubhubbub protocol, Feedoor also supports RssCloud, the two are the most common Real-Time feed protocols. And uses Superfeedr smart polling service to handle feeds with no Real-Time protocols and convert them to “near” Real-Time feeds. “Our concern was making it possible for any publisher to enable Real-Time updates of his/her feed even if the original feed lack any Real-Time protocol” said Mahmoud.
For example WordPress.com one of the world’s most popular blogging platform uses only RssCloud protocol for Real-Time feed notifications. “Today we offer the possibility to over 18 million WordPress publishers and 9.2 million blogs hosted on wordpress.com, to manage their feeds in Real-Time.” Mohmoud concluded.
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