There’s an interesting post by Daniel at DailyBlogTips.com on the opportunity to use post excerpts on the homepage instead of full posts.
As you may know, this blog has always used post excerpts, and I’d like to point out the reasons behind this, and to talk with you about this issue.
First Reader Question Ever!
Few days ago, Stefano (my #1 top commentator) wrote me an email with the following questions:
- As a reader, do you prefer to leave positive or negative comments?
- As a blogger, do you prefer to receive positive or negative comments?
- Do you prefer having comment moderation turned on or off?
As I discovered today, Economist.com has an AdWords Campaign promoting its rss feed.
The Ad points to http://www.economist.com/index.html/rss/?sa_campaign=search_engines/ Google_Italy/eurfeb07/Content/kw=RSS_Feeds_General&GCID=C19402x008-RSSGen
… but the link is broken!
How ReviewMe works
- You submit your blog
- You wait for someone who wants you to review his product / website / whatever
- You write a blog post about the product, telling what you think about it (it can be “this is really cool” or “this really sucks”, it does not have to be a positive review!)
- You receive your money
- Repeat from point 2
Basically, you get paid for doing what you do for free. It’s like magic, isn’t it?
A new version of Feed Count for you :)francesco mapelli