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Fixing Feed Problems

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 26, 2006

Just got an email from a feed subscriber that my blog's RSS feed isn't working (thanks Bob!). I noticed that two days ago when my Firefox's Live Bookmark feed failed to load but I thought it was nothing. It's working with FeedDemon though. I'm now looking into it. Feedburner's FeedMedic is reporting the errors. I should be able to find the problem and fix it asap. Update: Ok, I can't seem to find a fix for this one: XML Parsing Error: not well-formed Location: http://www.yugatech.com/blog/?feed=rss2 Line Number 196, Column 11: < title >< tags > page< /title > ------------------------^ Anybody…

Is feed advertising that lucrative?

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: July 12, 2007

I've been a Feedburner Ad Network (FAN) member since February. That's after I hit the 500 subscriber mark last December. Looks like 500 is the magic number to get a FAN invite. Since then, I've been running RSS ads thru Feedburner. The ads do not appear automatically but you get notifications that your blog is included in an ad campaign, of which you need to approve. Using Feedflare, ads will either appear on your RSS feeds or on your blog (ever saw one of those Flash ads about the Blackberry Curve?) In the last 6 months though, my total FAN…

Bidvertiser Feed Ads

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: January 4, 2008

I had this weird hunch that the FeedBurner Ad Network (FAN) was killed after Google bought it last year. Not that it was a lucrative business doing feedvertising. In the last 10 months that I was on the FAN, I think I've only made just around $40 or so. Now that there aren't any advertisers via FeedBurner and the RSS Feedvertising on TLA is too expensive, another player in that arena would be more than welcome. Fortunately, Bidvertiser has announced this week its going into feed advertising as well. The ads will appear at the bottom of your feeds and…

Promote your Feed, Share your Space

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: February 21, 2006

Rojo recently launched FeedShare as a service that helps bloggers with similar interests promote each other. As a blogger participant you give exposure on your site to other blogs in the network, and in return your blog will be promoted on similar sites in the network. You give exposure by displaying "Feed Listings" (see sample at the bottom of the main page) which display the name and description of blogs and other feed publishers. When visitors click on these listings they can then subscribe to the RSS or Atom feed for that blogger or publisher in any one of several…

Rojo bug on RSS Feed count

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: January 11, 2007

I thought there was something wrong when my feed subscribers suddenly dropped a hundred heads a couple of days ago. I love my feed readers and when I noticed the drop, I thought there's been some mass un-subscription going on that I don't know about. I believe that a blog's feed readers are the truly loyal ones (aside from being tech-savvy) and wherever you go, they'll be there to read you. There are only two metrics that I fervently check each day and one of them is my feed count. So when you're seeing a nice upward trend for months…

Sun lets you choose your own number for Php59

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: January 21, 2013

Sun Cellular has introduced on its Facebook page the NAME UR NUMBER SIM promo that lets you choose your own prepaid number for Php59. The NAME UR NUMBER SIM works differently from SIM cards with already built-in special numbers out of the box. Instead, it lets you pick your personal prepaid number via special settings right after you insert it in your phone. Numbers may start with 09438-, 09439-, or 09428-, while the last 6 digits can be customized according to your preference. The NAME UR NUMBER SIM costs Php59 and comes with free Call & Text Combo 50 (200…

Finding good use of feed readers.

Relevance: 47%      Posted on: October 31, 2005

I never really believed in using or providing RSS/Atom feeds to my regular readers because I feel that it's not healthy for my blog traffic. I used to think that: Using RSS feeds could reduce pageviews of your blog. RSS readers are sometimes delayed and not updated. This could give an impression that your blog has not been updated when in fact you have just done so. RSS feeds do not provide you with any form of revenue, unless you're into AdSense for feeds or something similar. Not too many people know RSS, much more use it. Providing feeds allow…

How to deal with arbitrary feed subscribers?

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: October 31, 2007

One of the fastest ways of getting feed subscribers is by offering RSS-to-Email subscriptions in your blog. This gives visitors a way to get updates from your blog even if they're not familiar with feed readers like Bloglines, Netvibes or FeedDemon. However, this option also opens you to accidental or arbitrary subscribers. More and more bloggers are pimping the "Subscribe to my feeds via Email" banner knowing that this is where a huge portion of the subscribers come from. This is more evident with blogs that are not tech-related as the target readers may not be familiar with feed readers,…

MMDA to adopt four-digit number coding

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: July 10, 2013

The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority, or most commonly known as MMDA, is planning to implement a four-digit number coding system which aims to ban your vehicle for two days in a week. If implemented, vehicles with plate numbers ending with the following digits will be banned on the assigned days: 1, 2, 3, 4 banned on Mondays 5, 6, 7, 8 banned on Tuesdays 9, 0, 1, 2 banned on Wednesdays 3, 4, 5, 6 banned on Thursdays 7, 8, 9, 0 banned on Fridays MMDA believes that the new system should cut the number of vehicles on the road…

Smart *121# now live, the go to number for prepaid subs

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: August 10, 2014

Nearly two years and a half after Globe introduced the *143#, it’s Smart’s turn to introduce a go-to-number code (*121#) that will simplify the process of enrolling various prepaid promos, as well as easy access to different account-related information and services. On your phone’s dialer, just key in *121# and press the call button. This will generate a pop-up window where subscribers can select offers, services and shortcut to account information. Smart’s new number code is also accessible to postpaid subscribers, albeit not all options are available on the menu. For more information about this, just head on over to…