"Roy Schestowitz" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> ergobob wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> I have an rss feed with FeedBurner.com and the URL is:
>> (Don't ask about the strange file name - it's what they gave me.)
>> I wanted to get the feed on my site with my URL for SEO reasons. They
>> an alias service which makes the URL:
> Does anybody link to that feeds? Have you got evidence?
>> Does something like this give the linking credit to me or does it stay
>> with FeedBurner?
> I think you copied and pasted the wrong link in the latter part. Both are
> To answer your question (even though information is missing), if people
> to a FeedBurner redirection/alias, then it probably depends on the
> algorithms. A shallow crawl will credit Feedburner, but a deeper one will
> follow and reach your site, thereby increasing your traffic and possibly
> giving you credit. Can you not create feeds from your site directly and
> publish the URL? I think FeedBurner are mooching a lot of PageRank off
> other Web sites...
The URLs are different. One is "feeds.usernomcs" and the other is
"feeds.feedburner." But I have the feeling that they both give FeedBurner
the linking credit.
Nobody will link to the feed. I am thinking about Feed Directories and
Readers like NewsGator or BlogLines. The link appears often and I was
thinking that I might be loosing some of the linking credit for SEO.
Would you worry about this?
I could try to put an XML page on my site but I have quite a few people /
directories linking to that feedburner link. I would have to contact a lot
of people and I am not sure who they all are. Would you go to the trouble of
creating your own?