Just in time, a new step-by-step guide is available for migrating your RSS feeds from Google Reader to Netvibes.
Netvibes will give you their news reader for free. But if you want their analytics, you’ll have to pay. They are a business, after all, with a revenue model. But their free version is ad free, has been around for nearly 8 years and since it’s the centerpoint of their freemium sales model, the company says they have no plans to lay it to rest.
- Feedly vs. Netvibes, feature by feature
- Netvibes free vs. premium versions
- Netvibes biggest advantage over Feedly
- Twitter API 1.1, which impose limits on all free monitoring tools
- New users acquired since Google killed Reader
- Why it’s too soon to compare Netvibes to Feedly
- Why Netvibes covets analysis over engagement
- Evolution of Netvibes, from information overload to crowdsourcing to semantics
- Using monitoring analytics to trigger dark PPC campaigns
- On Malik and finding the soul of big data
Eric Schwartzman is Founder and CEO of online social media training provider Comply Socially, which helps employers manage the risk and capitalize on the opportunities of social media in the workplace.
He is also an independent communications consultant for hire to businesses, global nonprofits, the US Military, US Federal government agencies and foreign governments. His consulting services include digital strategy, social media audits, social media policy development, online public relations, social media marketing, search engine optimization and web development.
Schwartzman founded iPRSoftware, his best-selling book “Social Marketing to the Business Customer” is the first book devoted exclusively to social media for business-to-business communications, and he’s founding chair of the Digital Impact Conference in NYC.