Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian

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Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian

Daily Scandinavian has been selected the third best Scandinavian Travel Blog by the panelists of RSS Reader Feedspot.

“I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world,” says founder Anuj Agarwal. “This is the most comprehensive list of Top 50 Scandinavia Travel Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!” he adds.

Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian
Daily Scandinavian ranked #3 among Top 50 Scandinavian Travel Blogs

The online RSS reader Feedspot jumped into action in 2013 following the removal of social features from Google Reader. Now Feedspot not only offers a solid Google Reader replacement for the desktop, but is also one of the few to include the ability to search within your RSS feeds.

Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian
Founder of Feedspot Anuj Agarwal

When asking Anuj what have been his biggest challenges he says: “Getting paid customers for a Reader service is a challenge. However, we realize that people pay for a reader product if you help them to stay updated with information which is essential for their business.”

Feedspot has recently launched a monthly subscription plan which is US $2.99/month.

Who are your typical customer?
“Working professionals across all industries.”

Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian
The online RSS reader Feedspot jumped into action in 2013 following the removal of social features from Google Reader

To collect the Top 50 Scandinavian best websites, The Feedspot editorial team searched extensively on Google and social media websites to find the best blogs and ranked them based on several factors such as:

  1. Blog content quality
  2. Post consistency
  3. Age of the blog
  4. Average number of shares on social sites for blog posts
  5. Traffic of your blogs
    and more.
Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian
75 Best Landscape blogs selected by Feedspot

When Feedspot launched its service, the goal was not to be a Google Reade clone, but rather to offer an unadorned interface, keyboard navigation, shortcuts and a compact “list” view, which makes for easier headline scanning.

Thee service lets you automatically post both your shared items and favorited items to a variety of third-party sources, including Facebook, Twitter and many others.

Prestigious Award to Daily Scandinavian, written by Tor Kjolberg

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