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AdSense and Feedburner Ads a Step Closer to Launch? First Ads Seen in the Wild
5th of May 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

AdSense and Feedburner Ads a Step Closer to Launch? First Ads Seen in the Wild

It looks like the integration of AdSense ads into Feeburner feeds is a step closer with reports surfacing that AdSense ads have been seen on RSS feeds that look like this. This ad was seen on the feed of Inhabitat (found via Digital Inspiration). The images are served as image ...more
Adsense
Full or Partial RSS Feeds?
26th of April 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Full or Partial RSS Feeds?

@SeanBannister asks – “on Problogger your RSS shows the entire post but on DPS it only shows a teaser” Whether to post excerpts or full feeds is something I’ve grappled with on and off for years now. I used on only do excerpts here on ProBlogger too but in the ...more
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7 Dark Truths: Why Readers Really Become Subscribers
10th of February 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

7 Dark Truths: Why Readers Really Become Subscribers

This post was submitted by Nick Cernis – the author of Put Things Off, the laid-back productivity blog. Think you’ve heard it all before? It’s true – if you want more subscribers, write great content and target a specific niche. It’s a lovely idea, and guess what? It really works. ...more
Blog Promotion
How to Create a Sense of Anticipation on Your Blog
7th of February 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

How to Create a Sense of Anticipation on Your Blog

Yesterday I shared a theory – that creating a sense of anticipation on a blog is an important element in getting people to subscribe to it. My logic is that people subscribe to blogs that they think will enhance their lives in some way in the future. Many bloggers create ...more
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A Secret to Finding New Subscribers for Your Blog
6th of February 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

A Secret to Finding New Subscribers for Your Blog

‘How do I find new subscribers for my blog?’ This question hits my inbox so regularly that I that I’d answer it publicly rather than retyping my answer to each person who asks – it’s a topic that is on the mind of many bloggers these days so lets tackle ...more
Blog Promotion
Bidvertiser Add RSS Advertising
2nd of January 2008 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Bidvertiser Add RSS Advertising

One of the areas that many bloggers want to see improvement in when it comes to making more money from their blogs is in the area of RSS Advertising. Today Bidvertiser started experimenting with just this. I’m yet to try it for myself and there’s a distinct lack of information ...more
Advertising
How to Keep Your Subscribers Forever
5th of December 2007 Skellie 0 Comments

How to Keep Your Subscribers Forever

One thing you may have noticed is that your blog’s feed count is volatile: it fluctuates on a day to day basis. While much of that depends on how many people read your feed in a given day, some of that is also people both subscribing and unsubscribing. If you ...more
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Two Important Reasons to Subscribe to Your Own RSS Feeds
29th of November 2007 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Two Important Reasons to Subscribe to Your Own RSS Feeds

Do You Subscribe to Your Own RSS Feeds? Some might think that subscribing to yourself is nothing more than an exercise in vanity – but I believe it’s good blogging practice and something that can improve your blog. This morning I was wading through the thousands of unread items in ...more
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Use Feedburner Statistics to Interpret Reader Habits
10th of November 2007 Darren Rowse 0 Comments

Use Feedburner Statistics to Interpret Reader Habits

Can your Feedburner stats reveal habits of your readers that could help you make your blogging more effective at reaching them? Guest poster Max Pool finds out. As we know FeedBurner counts can naturally fluctuate. But what about when they fluctuate unnaturally? Can we find trends in our statistics? Interestingly, ...more
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