Feedable.com Introduces 1-Click Linkblogs: A Quick, Free Way to Publish Custom RSS Mashups

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Feedable, a new web-based RSS navigator, today announced the launch of 1-Click Linkblogs. Feedable's 1-Click Linkblogs lets you quickly navigate the top stories in the blogosphere, ranked by link density, and then mash up and re-syndicate them on a personal linkblog that Feedable hosts for free. That amazing video of baby polar bears you found? Now you can click and share it on your personal linkblog instantly.

Feedable (http://www.feedable.com), a new web-based RSS navigator, today announced the launch of 1-Click Linkblogs. Feedable's 1-Click Linkblogs lets you quickly navigate the top stories in the blogosphere, ranked by link density, and then mash up and re-syndicate them on a personal linkblog that Feedable hosts for free. That amazing video of baby polar bears you found? Now you can click and share it on your personal linkblog instantly.

With Feedable and 1-click Linkblogs, you can:

  • Quickly navigate the hottest stories in the blogophere, ranked by link density
  • Search the universe of RSS feeds for up-to-the-minute, relevant stories
  • Subscribe to any RSS feed with one click
  • Drag and drop RSS feeds to create custom RSS mashups
  • Instantly save and re-syndicate any story on your personal linkblog hosted for free by Feedable

Feedable was developed by Benjamin Garrett, who created the My Yahoo! RSS Reader, currently the most popular RSS reader in the world based on click-through statistics. Garrett left Yahoo in 2005 to start Feedable.

"The goal of 1-Click Linkblogs is to let you quickly find your favorite stories in the blogosphere, up to the minute, and then share them publicly with an audience," Garrett said. "Let's say you've subscribed to ten different feeds pertaining to your industry. Now you can quickly sift through them in Feedable, find the gems, and with a few clicks they're all up on your public linkblog. You've added a lot of value and shared that value, all without touching a keyboard. It's a really addictive feature. To get an idea of what it looks like, you can see my Feedable linkblog at http://reader.feedable.com/user/ben".

About Feedable

Feedable (http://www.feedable.com) develops software and information design solutions for leveraging publicly available RSS data. Based in Santa Clara, California, Feedable is privately funded.

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