Feedswatcher.com uses rss feeds to provide you with the latest information – always updated when you click on the link. Due to this feature, you can always be sure the information you see as up to date just as much as the feed that page uses.
In some cases the information is updated on the fly like iTunes and Amazon and others like Netflix – they only update every two weeks. You can always be sure you have the latest information available.
That’s an interesting topic. Feedswatcher.com was originally toptenitunes.com. After I got in trouble for that domain name I had to abandon it. I never really got a good answer from one of the top 3 largest companies in the world (iTunes) but I can only guess it is because I had “iTunes” in the domain name – I’m sure that’s it.
Originally, this site was for two purposes:
- To provide myself with a better way to find the top shows on Netflix. At the time, I had a really DVD player with a really crappy app for Netflix. I needed a way to find these shows without always using the raw RSS feed. I also wanted a way to click on the item I wanted and add it to my queue. This site solved this problem. Now, of course the devices are much better and the Netflix site is better too.
Then, I started to notice I wasn’t the only person using my site and began to receive feedback that people liked it and wanted more. That’s when I expanded it to include much more – currently over 500 pages and more to come.
- To learn WordPress – enough said.
Unlike many spamming websites that have popped up recently on the web and promoted by Facebook, you’ll notice that this site is completely safe. Safe now and in the future.
What does that mean? In order to remain safe and ethical, I have put measures in place to prevent any links on this site from linking to any malicious websites – that may damage or harm your computer in some way.
In addition to that, I promise this site will remain safe, ethical and free from rude and non-productive pop-ups such as movies or sound that plays automatically or other “blackhat” techniques being used today that are neither productive or promote a pleasant browsing experience.
On feedswatcher.com you can surf safe. If you visit any other website, I suggest paying for MalwareBytes Premium. This product will protect you from malicious websites. I have recommended this product to over 700 clients and none of them have EVER come back to me with virus problems.
I don’t spend money promoting this site. How could I since I have historically made about 6 cents for every 1000 visitors – that would never pay.
That’s not really the point here.
Feedswatcher.com is completely organically and socially driven. Anybody that lands on this site either searched for something on the internet or was referred here by a friend – likely through Facebook or Twitter.
If you like this site, please Like, Share and comment on any page.
Don’t worry it’s free for you but did you know this site contains affiliate links?
What does this mean? Well, in the rare event that you happen to click on something that leads you to another site and then buy it, I MIGHT get a commission.
I don’t know exactly why but many times I never get anything from it. Oh well, it is what it is.
The best way to handle this is for you to add the item to your cart on the respective referred website – even if you don’t want it now. You can always get it later if you’re still interested.
First of all, Thank you for visiting Feedswatcher.com. If you like this site and what it stands for, please share it with your friends.
As time goes on it will only get bigger.
I’ve already had to upgrade my server two times to handle the traffic caused by a “viral” share – which does happen from time to time.
You can trust that I will never perform any malicious acts on this website and will continue to be a good source for information.
If you want to help me make a few pennies, please click on any banner ad. I promise you it’s safe – and relevant.