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  • Rarst,

    I’d prefer you’d keep the Skribit link :p.

    I saw your suggestion about the FeedFlare on our GetSatisfaction page, but haven’t had a chance to respond. I’d like to work with you and see if we can make it more effective.

    Calvin

  • >I’d prefer you’d keep the Skribit link :p.

    Obviously. :) I think widget could perform better than link, but you remember my opinion on your widget – it’s faaat. :) Waiting for v2.

    >I saw your suggestion about the FeedFlare on our GetSatisfaction page, but haven’t had a chance to respond. I’d like to work with you and see if we can make it more effective.

    I made simple flare for myself and included it in my feeds, here is url for its code
    https://www.rarst.net/skribit.xml

    Feel free to mail me if you need opinions or whatever but I am not much of flare coder – only read feedburner docs a bit and used simple example from it.

    And I could really use a good ideas on how to make people suggest… You guys should brainstorm it or something. :)

  • Wow, 5 times is such a big increase! I will consider doing the same thing on SEO Horror and see what happens. Thanks for that experiment Rarst!

  • Ben, you have your feeds in comments block which is nearby so I don’t think effect is going to be as prominent. :)

    Still worth a try – this taught me to think that there is no space not deserving feed link on a page.

    btw what’s your thoughts on skribit? :)

  • Skribit looks interesting…I didn’t know about it before! I think it’s a clever idea to share suggestions about possible blog posts!

  • Yeah, it feels like backwards RSS… Instead of pulling content from site readers are pushing suggestions to site.

    Only RSS became somewhat popular at last – took it years. So it pretty much promotes itself. And with skribit I am having trouble to have readers use it. :(

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