I’m either a total idiot or a raving lunatic or both.
I can’t even pinpoint within my data as to when this foolish or unfortunate incident occured because well… just look at the data.
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Then the way Google worded this might be of interest.
Twitter deciding to nofollow links 2 years ago really annoyed me.
When they decided to close all loopholes in creating an active link within the bio area, it prevented me linking to my disclosure policy – that annoyed me as well, especially with all the terrible attempts of providing adequate disclosure within paid tweets that are currently being used/proposed.
There was a huge outcry from the SEO community.
I know I can optimize lots of things on my site, and some of the work my server admin does and plans to do in the future have already reduced the time it takes Google to cache my content by 50%+
Feedburner apparently has integrated analytics with Google Analytics… woopie doo
I suppose it makes things simpler for people who weren’t already doing something similar for feeds, and at least they are segregating clicks between email and RSS, something their competitors for RSS > Email such as Aweber, Feedblitz, Mailchimp etc have been able to do for a long time.
If Twitter were really serious about the dangers of sharing access to Gmail accounts, and thus their personal documents on Google Apps, they wouldn’t continue to encourage people to hand over their email passwords just to tell their friends about Twitter or find existing friends on the service.
Chris Cree spotted today that Friendfeed subscribers are now counted towards Feedburner stats.
It can make quite a striking difference with Feedburner if you have a few followers there.