If you use Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds then you will have noticed a significant leap in RSS subscribers. This is because Feedburner can now report on Google Feebfetcher, the bot that grabs RSS feeds for Google Reader and for the Google personalized homepage.
Who's the RSS daddy
It appears that many web publishers have reported a significant rise in reported RSS subscribers. Although not initially that significant it does show one trend that Bloglines may find disturbing. Google Reader is now the most popular Feed aggregator surpassing Bloglines as the previous favourite.
Looks like Google have been waiting for just the right moment to allow Feedburner to start reporting on their numbers. It certainly looks like big G has been waiting until their reader has become established.
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