Feed Analysis Analyzes Your FeedBurner Feeds

If you’re not satisfied with the stats FeedBurner is giving you, then the Feed Analysis v1.0 from Blog Perfume is just what you’re looking for. The Analyzer takes the information from your FeedBuner feed and turns it into nice easy to read charts and graphs. It also comes with a few prediction tools that will tell you your blog’s worth and how many subscribers you can expect to have in the future. I think the prediction tools are a little off.

Using Feed Analysis is very simple. Login to your FeedBurner Account and choose your feed. Download your FeedBurner stats as a CSV file and then upload it to the Feed Analysis. Within a few seconds the Feed Analysis will give you some very interest information.

My Feed Analysis Stats

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44 thoughts on “Feed Analysis Analyzes Your FeedBurner Feeds”

  1. I need to learn some PR from these guys, I built a tool like that over a year ago already…

      1. Hehe Patrick, so true!

        1. MoneyNing says:

          Haha man you should advertise it!

    1. You do have some other cool tools on your blog πŸ˜‰ well difference between this tool and yours is the graph which is mainly more detailed and tricky (not for everyone simplicity is good ;)).

    2. Hahaha… Start by posting where your tool is. πŸ˜›

  2. Shaun Carter says:

    Those are some pretty interesting stats. What do they base the value estimation on?

    1. John Chow says:

      I have no idea. All I know is I wouldn’t sell for that price. LOL

      1. Hahahaha. I’d buy it right now for double that… I’d say its WAY off.

        1. Well…certain unique and personally named sites are harder to sell than others….JohnChow is too custom too sell easily I think…although I’m sure there’d always be some buyer for it

      2. MoneyNing says:

        It probably based the stats on most blogs but this site has an extremely high eCPM which many other sites just don’t have.

  3. Rk says:

    Well..thats one hell of a cool tool.. 😎

    1. Etienne Teo says:

      that was a great tool!

  4. that is funny I kinda of do this right now via excel – o the power of excel

  5. Lance says:

    Thanks for the information! I have been looking for a tool like this. Hey Joost? Where can we get your tool? Looks like their PR is JohnChow.com You know about it right? πŸ˜‰

  6. Predictive Feed Analysis. Sounds nifty, sign me up.

  7. Hmm, you just made $27K this month and Feed Analysis puts a top value of $84K on your blog. They might have to tweak the math there a little.

    1. Yeah, if they are correct, would you consider selling? =)

      1. Yea, hey John, can we buy you out for $84K?

    2. Agreed. This blog is worth a lot more than five figures.

    3. Etienne Teo says:

      I am sure you would make more money with your next feedads

  8. Jack says:

    Nice statistics… So, you’re going to get 21,000 in the next year December. I am having only 6 subscribers :(. How to improve the number?

    1. MoneyNing says:

      Good content and marketing πŸ˜€

  9. Feed Analysis looks great but I don’t have that much Feed reader and data needed to be analyzed :mrgreen:

  10. Hey John!

    I just downloaded Feed Analysis and cannot wait to use it!

    I was reading your free ebook last night and something caught my attention, I need to set goals instead of the Someday mentality. When setting a goal for the growth of my site in daily traffic and rss subscribers, how should I determine my projected target? I would like to say that I will have about 1000 more visitors than current in 3 months. In some cases this is very realistic for certain niches, but what about for mine? The blog consulting/productivity niche? Let me know your thoughts! Thanks John!

  11. Mike Huang says:

    wow, what a great problem that provides details on RSS subscribers! Now I can predict the future.

    -Mike

  12. I like the Feed Analysis function but when you turn it on, I predict that you lose a lot of SEO since your URL becomes something like:
    http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/JohnChowDotCom/~3/194511627/
    instead of
    http://www.johnchow.com/feed-analysis-analyzes-your-feedburner-feeds/

    What do you guys think?

  13. Ryan Shamus says:

    Still working on building my subs, but this is great info to know when they get to a higher level! Thanks!

  14. Maybe this is off topic, but maybe you can start a Forum John.

    1. John Chow says:

      I asked that question a while back. The majority felt a forum wasn’t needed.

      1. I dont think it’s needed.

        1. It’s hard to keep forum messages on track and they frequently become trashy in a matter of time. You get so many comments on your blog it’s almost a forum in of itself anyway. Forums have terrible CTR as well…

  15. Mike Saf says:

    My weblog is fairly new, and I’m having a bit of trouble understanding the stat information in Feedburner. I will try this tool, and see if it comes clear. Thanks.

  16. Rather than require the user to download the CSV file, would it be possibly for the site to automatically port the info over?

  17. paradise5000 says:

    John, I really appreciate this information. I a Fairly new blogger so every bit of valuable info helps. Thank you.

  18. paradise5000 says:

    I am going to give it a try, and see what is going to surprize me with. πŸ™‚

  19. Starfeeder says:

    Still a lot of work to be done πŸ™‚

    * Estimated 1 Banner Ads Value: $4 / month
    * Estimated Blog Worth: $234 – $468

  20. Raymond says:

    This stuff is great!

  21. J.J. Merrick says:

    Nice, my blog is worth $78.. woohoo I can retire!

  22. Well, it looks pretty

  23. Ray says:

    I would like to let you know that I have just released Feed Analysis v1.1 which you do not have to upload a csv file anymore.

    No file export from FeedBurner anymore. Just simply type in the feed url in the box and click “Generate”. And also, you can share your feed analysis report to anyone easily now.

    I hope it can help you. πŸ™‚

    1. Lisa says:

      Ah, thank you for simplifying it. With a sleeping baby in one arm, it was much simpler to type in my feed address. Veeeeettty interesting.

    2. J.J. Merrick says:

      Cool, thanks for the update!

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