I started using the PHP feed service when free accounts were limited to six feeds and my pages displayed like lightening. The slow pages seem to have started soon after the time of the free service being upgraded to 100 feeds. My guess is that there is not enough capacity to support the current service, because of the extra demand. Of course this makes the service useless.
Webmasters using PHP feeds should realise that where pages only partially display, this may have an impact on search engine ranking. Next time a page fails to load completely, just have a look at the source code â it doesnât display and that is exactly what a search engine robot will see. Consistent failed attempts by search engine robots to access a page will 1) lead to fewer pages with new information being indexed, i.e., fresh website content is not shown to visitors and 2) may lead to a lower ranking or even removal of the page from the search engine index.
I have also noticed a lack of response from Feed Informer management, to users posting about this, and consider a fast response and resolution to this issue to be crucial.