A feed (often called RSS) is a stream of posts or comments that is updated when new content is published. This is very useful, as it allows other people to monitor your blog, along with other websites they are interested in, and aggregate them together through applications known as feed readers (Google Reader is a popular reader). This is particularly useful to keep track of updated content from many blogs and sites without even visiting them. The content comes to you!
The difference between the two is that site views are created when people actually click into your blog thereby creating a page view. When feedreader is used there is no click into the blog and no page view stat.
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