How do RSS users want to share content? Digg and Feedly try to find out

Posted: April 30, 2013 in Uncategorized

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With time ticking down until Google (s GOOG) Reader’s demise, competing RSS services are trying to perfect products that will lure in former Reader users. Digg, which is working on a Google Reader replacement, and Feedly, whose product is already up, running and gaining popularity, both posted the results of surveys this week in which they asked current Google Reader users how they share content.

A theme that comes through in both surveys is that RSS users still often rely on email to share content. Of the 8,600 Google Reader users who responded to Digg’s most recent survey, nearly 80 percent say they share news via email.

digg email sharing

That’s not particularly surprising since Google Reader got rid of many of its social features in 2011 and no longer allows for easy posting to Facebook (s FB) or Twitter, while there is still a Google Reader keyboard shortcut…

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