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Warning: 34 Million People Can’t Read Your Blog!

Last I checked, Apple had sold like a hundred gazillion iPods and iPhones. Okay, just counting iPhones alone, they’ve sold more like 33.75 million as of fourth quarter 2009. [source] Remember, that’s not counting any iPod Touch sales. Plus, millions more Crackberries, PDAs, web-enabled cell phones, and handheld Internet devices have been sold all across […]

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One Thousand Comments & Counting

Over the holidays, this blog hit an important milestone: 1,000 approved comments and counting. It happened in just under one year from the time I started this blog on the new domain. Since there are currently 1,048 comments and 115 published posts on this blog, that’s about 9.1 comments per blog post. Anyway, I’ve been […]

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Important Blog Updates

Over the last few months, I’ve tweaked this blog a bit and added a few pages. So I thought it would be good to let you know about them. 1. I removed the “no follow” tags from this blog. I did this on Fred Black’s recommendation. You can read his post about removing “no follow” […]

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The FeedBurner Deception

FeedBurner is the #1 service for tracking blog readers through RSS. If you have a FeedBurner account, you can log-in and track how many readers you have, and whether your readership is growing or shrinking. You can even publish a widget on your blog that dynamically displays the number of blog readers you have. For […]

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Does Frequent Blogging Encourage Bad Writing?

I’ve been blogging on at least a weekly basis since 2004. During that time, I’ve written hundreds of blog posts… and I’ve read even more. One thing I’ve noticed is that most bloggers pay little attention to the quality of their writing. To simply publish another blog post is good enough. It seems to me, […]

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