The debate about publishing full or partial content in your RSS feeds continues. Amit over at Digital Inspiration has decided to go full feed and claims as a result the number of subscribers has increased.
As a result of Amit's argument and the seemingly overwhelming support for full feeds the RSS Newsniche feed will now contain the entire content of each post. The main reason for this decision is to be more subscriber friendly.
I still have concerns regarding this change but I am hoping that the benefits will outweigh the costs. My main concerns mirror those of other bloggers, mainly subscribers not clicking through to the main site and the content being stolen.
It seems there is a bit of a campaign going to convince others to switch to full feeds as well. If you feel that strongly about full feeds you can sign the petition.
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