I subscribe to my own feeds in various RSS readers and also by email to help me find bugs in my blog posts and various CSS formatting.
Here is a little bug I picked up today that I found interesting.
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I had been having some ISP problems connecting to Feedburner for a couple of days so I hadn’t logged into my Feedburner account.
I am happy to see that I have crossed the 200 subscriber count. It isn’t a number to create a big fanfare about, but would like to thank those who have subscribed.
Mike Sansone in a recent comment over on his blog, after I gave a tagging example of [a href="http://www.converstations.com" rel="tag"]Blog Coach[/a] in his comments, replied
Can I start using “generous genius” when I point to your site?
What do you think is the best way to have a massive subscriber list for your blog?
As a proactive Internet Marketer or corporation, you might have a massive email list already, but you are now switching to more interactive communication with your customers and prospects by publishing your newsletter on your blog, and maybe copy / pasting it into an auto-responder.
WordPress 2.07 was just released. We get to update our WordPress blogs for a week as WordPress 2.1 is due on January 22nd.
Is it worth it? Yes both for the security and Feedburner fixes.
You have a hot story, you write it as fast as you can, and hit the publish button, only to notice that there is an error in the post.
Your blogging software has already notified Feedburner, and most likely Feedburner have already picked up your feed, and using their Pingshot feature, have already notified lots of sites to come and index your feed or site.
Zenrob has been checking his MyBlogLog stats to see how much traffic MyBlogLog is actually bringing him. His conclusion is 6 percent of unique visitors.
Checking my own stats the results are actually very similar.