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  1. A service I recently discovered, which is nice for getting rid of all those buttons is Add to Any: http://www.addtoany.com/.

  2. Neat, added. Thanks!

    Yeah, I don’t like having to add all those buttons on my sidebar, although I don’t want to underestimate the convenience of one-click subscribing – ergo this post 🙂

  3. Nice find, Mike!

  4. Hmmm, Jonathan, curious…with Feedburner’s feature: SmartFeed?
    “Reach the widest possible audience while publishing a single feed on your blog or site. Translates your feed on-the-fly into a format (RSS or Atom) compatible with your visitors’ feed reader application.”

    Do you still need to use addtoany.com? Seems like overkill? Your RSS Feed through Feedburner seems to already have Smartfeed turned on…

  5. As I understand it, SmartFeed just makes one feed instead of my blog having an Atom feed, an RSS 1.0 feed, and an RSS 2.0 feed.

    AddtoAny, just makes it easier to add my SmartFeed to each individual user’s feed reader. Of course, if you click on my feed, and then go to the top right, lots of buttons should be there too. But that would require *two* clicks! Way too many 🙂

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