And you thought RSS was the best thing about blogs, the advantage they have over a standard website without a feed. But think about it for a second.
If your reader uses a feed reader, he may really never come to your blog. It is too easy just to read your post from their reader.
And this causes your blog to get less traffic. Less traffic means less revenue from your blog. And you don’t want that. You built a blog for visitors.
But again, there are advantages. Your RSS feed can bring readers back. It can help your traffic rather than harm. It’s a dilemma.
So I decided to get rid of an old vehicle on Craigslist a few weeks ago, because I just wanted out of the way and wanted some money out of it. No hassle. No haggle. Give me my money. Give me some room in my driveway. So I ran the ad and got lot’s of replies with the first price within hours. So I figured, hey relist it higher. Which worked out and I got almost $500 more. But me selling the van is not the story.
So I was looking through my emails and noticed I had starred one. So I opened it and started reading.
Blogging is a new trend these days that is growing exponentially in popularity, and many people that blog have regular careers as well, which often means blogging on the go. For many, even when blogging at home there is very limited time amidst daily activities to do so. For this reason, simplifying the blogging process is necessary in order to truly succeed, which involves posting often and posting quality blog posts on a regular basis. Fortunately, there are tools such as the Ecto Mac application that make doing this much, much easier. Ecto is considered a blog editor, but it allows users to do so much more than simply edit their blog posts. In order to know how useful this particular Mac application is, though, it is important to review the various features that come with it.
It seems that back in the end of January of this year, Facebook filed dual lawsuits against Adscend Media in Washigton State. Facebook claimed that the company encouraged the “spread of spam through misleading and deceptive tactics”. One of these tactics, Facebook said was clickjacking which it defines as any type of code on the page which makes your browser take and action without your knowledge or consent.