For the heck of it

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

Tracking Activities of this Blog Just got Easy

I have subscribed to the FeedBlitz service. This service allows you to keep your Blog's readers up to date with updations on your Blog. This is what its web site says:
FeedBlitz is a service that monitors blogs, RSS feeds and Web URLs to provide greater reach for feed publishers. FeedBlitz takes all the headache out of converting feed and blog updates into email digests, delivered daily to subscribers' inboxes. FeedBlitz manages subscriptions, circulation tracking, testing, and is compatible with all major blogging platforms and services such as Blogger, Typepad and FeedBurner. Unlike other blogmail services, FeedBlitz is reliable, scalable and fully supported. No betas, wish lists or road map items here. You're in production, and so is FeedBlitz.

FeedBlitz also enables end users to monitor any feed or blog, anonymously if they wish, regardless of whether the publisher of that feed is using FeedBlitz. FeedBlitz therefore provides a simple way for users to receive updates from their trusted sources using a familiar and ubiquitous medium - email.

In the image above, I have marked an area which mentions the number of people who have subscribed to this blog. If you want to subscribe, all you need to do is click on it and you will be redirected to the subscription page, where you can enter your e-mail address.

Once subscribed, you will receive an e-mail similar to the one featured above. The e-mail is sent once a day and includes all the new blog-posts posted on the site on that day.


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