RSS feeds are very convenient way to obtain the information without visiting each web site, and more and more Japanese are using the services.
Despite the initial concern of some of the sites may lose the number of access by providing the RSS service, the latest research done by Japan.Internet.com and goo Research shows that RSS’s bringing more accesses to the sites.
Q1: Do you visit more sites due to RSS feeds?
– More, 34.6%
– Hasn’t changed, 59.5%
– Less, 5.8%
Q2: Do you visit sites you read on RSS feeds?
– Always, 23.5%
– Sometimes, 58.1%
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