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WLTC: How to Track RSS Subscribers in a Blog Contest

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As some of you may know, I have been writing on Weblog Tools Collection (WLTC) quite a bit lately. In this post, I would like to highlight a good tutorial I wrote on WLTC in case you guys might have missed it. The tutorial talks about one of the most important components of a blog contest: tracking RSS subscribers.

Blog contests are great tools for helping you gain readers. There are many great theories out there on the web about how to run a blog contest, but there are no tutorials that talk about how to track RSS subscribers in these contests. The tutorial will show you two simple WordPress hacks that is needed to be able to track RSS subscribers in a blog contest. Check out the full tutorial here.

3 Responses to “WLTC: How to Track RSS Subscribers in a Blog Contest”

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  1. kmpoaquests

    my rss readers treat me like a one night stand lmfao , jk but in all seriousness Feedburner's numbers are more fickle than the WallStreet Stock market right now.

    One day your up in the hundreds then next day it looks like everyone's abandoned you. Once I removed the badge from my main site I actually began to get more traffic lol , go figure.

  2. Ty Bone

    That's true. The feedburner counts have been unreliable lately. I just leave my subscriber counts on my "Advertise" page as it's not really important unless the user is interested in advertising on this site.

  3. Hesham

    Thank you for sharing, I was looking for this!

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