I’ve noticed something today after a post over at webmaster-talk.com. Apparently Feedburner chooses to show two different types of feeds even under the same URL. I’m not sure what it was that triggers one or the other, or how to even fix it, but I have noticed that one of the source code feeds is in HTML whereas the other is in XML. Is this an error in Feedburner and what makes it determine which one to show? Anyone know?
Google has shocked everyone with a random pagerank update a couple of days ago. This site got boosted up to a two (yay). If you need to check your pagerank, you can install the Google Toolbar and select the Pagerank option. Pagerank is just a measure of how many sites are linking to your site. Do a search and you will find tons of stuff!
Ok, so today I’ve been checking out feeds, you know, the ones that your website or blog software might automatically create, yet you never know what to do with them 🙂 So anyways, I wanted to see how many readers I currently have at a couple of sites. Using a popular service called Feedburner, I’ve managed to create new links, and also reroute the old links to the new Feedburner ones. Also you can get an update of how many readers you currently might have (a useful feature). I’ll see how it goes and keep playing around with it (there are a lot of settings).
I’ve already burned JesusDevotionals feed at Feed. This is really a good program, (Feedburner), I don’t like the idea of losing control of my URL (which you can set to redirect), but I guess it’s the only way. I’ll let you know how it goes. Next to come, Top Country Videos feed!
Check out this site for more info. Rss Feeds
Matthew has made at post over at http://www.matthewsimiana.com/dofollow-blog-list/ on a free list of dofollow blogs.
What is a Dofollow Blog?
Well, a “dofollow” blog or site is a slang word for a website that does not have rel=”nofollow” in it’s comment section, and thus gives you credit for in backlinks that are placed in the comments section. There is a great list to check out over there, or feel free to leave your “dofollow” blog in the comments section.
I have been wondering if there is a way to turn this blog, a WordPress.com free hosted blog into a “dofollow”?
If you have noticed your Adsense earnings decreasing this last month or so, you may not be alone. As a matter of fact I’ve been able to find many threads across the net, particularly at Webmasterworld on the decline in earnings many are beginning to see, and in some cases dramatic decreases (80% or more).
Google hasn’t released anything officially yet, but many are reporting CTR (click thru rates) decreasing dramatically as well as earnings and also many PSA ads being shown where normal ads originally were. So will this trend end or continue after bottoming out?
Here are a few if you were concerned with your Adsense earnings:
Stats Beyond FUBAR’d? May 9th
adsense stats stuck again? May 4, 2009
40 sites embedded with AdSense and only 93 cents today