FeedDigest consultants

Are you a proficient webmaster with basic PHP and HTML skills looking for new clients? It's slow at the moment, but we are beginning to get people asking for help with installing FeedDigest on their sites. While we aim for FeedDigest to be easy for anyone to install, many people who aren't techncially confident can still gain a lot from FeedDigest, but want to pay someone to put it into place on their sites. We want to see if there are any people out there interested in being listed on the FeedDigest site in the near future so that some FeedDigest customers can get third party help with setting up FeedDigest for their own sites. So, any interest?


  1. I can install feed digest and any rss to html php script in any domain.
    I have my own php script to do that also !
    I speak french, spanish and english.

    Living in Spain.

    Posted September 25, 2005 at 4:15 pm | Permalink
  2. I’m interested in helping bloggers put feeds into their blogs. And in helping people make creative use FeedDigest. Two examples of work I’ve done like that are: the Blog Alert system for The Committee to Protect Bloggers (see and the NPTech Meta Feed, an attention stream for non-profit technologists. That feed spliced together the feeds from multiple tagging platforms (, flickr, and 9 others) where users tag online items with the attention stream’s agreed upon tag – “nptech.” (See )

    I’d love to help others utilize Feed Digest’s basic functionality and the creative possibilities. I’d also love to help shift the ballance amongst publishers of syndicated content towards high-value examples of the practice.

    Posted September 25, 2005 at 4:30 pm | Permalink
  3. I’m in – especially if it’s a paying gig. I have 3 feeds on WordPress blog. 2 are from my delicious feeds and one is from AuddioScrobbler.


    Posted September 26, 2005 at 6:56 pm | Permalink
  4. This is a great start. I’ll be in touch with each of you shortly.

    Posted September 27, 2005 at 7:42 am | Permalink
  5. Here is a rough draft of what I can do. If you decide to use this guide, I can add much more and go into much greater detail.

    Posted September 27, 2005 at 7:49 pm | Permalink
  6. Hey Peter
    I’d be happy to help out as well. Im using FeedDigest with 9 feeds on a wordpress blog currently, but have also dabbled in Blogger (before it made me crazy and I switched to WP lol)

    Posted October 5, 2005 at 6:59 pm | Permalink