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Steve Sherlock

yes, frequently. Readers are good to notify you of fresh or updated content. Some of the content is not displayed within the readers though so you do need to click through to get the full experience.

Some blogs get a reputation of requiring a click through and reward the reader with good content/conversation.

Counting readership is another item all on its own. There have been many discussions on links versus conversation indexes. I put my two cents into the Fire Circle story which defines the audience in three parts.

Check here for the podcast version (also has a link to the text version)


Isn't conversation a major reason to jump from reader to blog? Some feeds (feedburner, certainly) can be configured to show whether a post has drawn any comments; others can't; in any case, I'm very likely to make the jump because I want to see what others have said about the post in question.

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