hey bill,

thanks for the straight up explanation! it's so obvious now that
you've spelled it out for me. (doh!)

cheers and give our regards to st louis.......

--- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Bill Streeter" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yeah the blip.tv numbers are the numbers of times the videos have been
> downloaded. And the feedburner number is the number of people who have
> subscribed to your feed. Two different things. I get roughly 3 to 5
> times as many views as I have subscribers. Which only makes sense
> since not a lot of people have figured out the whole rss concept and
> are more accustomed to just browsing to a site and downloading videos
> to watch. Which is hard for people like us who kinda deep into this to
>  remember at times. 
> So just think of it this way. Feedburner is telling you how many
> people are subscribed to your feed, and blip is telling you how many
> people are downloading your videos. Subtract the subscriber number
> from the blip number and you have the number of people who are viewing
> your stuff that aren't subscribed to your feed. 
> Bill Streeter
> www.lofistl.com
> --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, "Share" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> >
> > okay. i'm confused about the stats on videoblogs and am hoping someone
> > can explain it a bit more to me.
> > we use blip.tv to upload our media. on their site, i can view how many
> > people have viewed each piece. 
> > then, we have feedburner as well.
> > 
> > why are the two numbers soooooooo different?
> > 
> > for example: on blip, one episode mov/windows combined shows over 2000
> > downloads but the feedburner feed only shows around 150 in a 24 hour
> > period.
> > 
> > even considering that there could 150 for 3 days running (how long
> > it's been up for), it still
> > doesn't add up to over 2000 viewers. this is where i'm completely
> baffled.
> > 
> > can anyone explain this to me in layperson terms?
> > 
> > thank you!
> > share
> > http://www.rocknrolltv.net
> >

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