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How feedtree works for publishers.

Publishing feeds hurts

…because every subscriber requests every feed, over and over again, regardless of whether there are new entries. (Bandwidth and CPU aren't free.)

Pushing feeds via FeedTree

…serves many more users with prompt feed updates for a fraction of the bandwidth cost. (Conventional readers aren’t shut out, but they do have to wait longer for updates.)

Even non-FeedTree publishers benefit

…when their feeds are polled by a few volunteers on behalf of all FeedTree subscribers. By encouraging your readers to use FeedTree, your bandwidth needs will decrease.

To start pushing prompt, digitally-signed updates to your subscribers, read more about the FeedTree publishing tool, or download it now (for any platform supporting Java 1.4/1.5). (And try reading your other feeds with the FeedTree proxy while you're at it.)