Friday, September 23, 2011

Lonely for Subscribers





Mark Shea, who was kind enough to plug me today at Catholic and Enjoying It! has 666 followers. I don't expect to ever have that many, but think I'd die happy if I ever hit 100. And I've put every feed widget to the left that I could find to make it easy for you. So, if you want to keep seeing my posts the easy way, why not subscribe?

And I promise I'll never call  you as "minions". 

11 comments:

  1. I don't know from Google Friend connect but I follow your RSS feed :)

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  2. Well, here's a question. I had thought (dummy that I am) that no matter who subscribed and in what way, it would appear on my "follower" thing. Apparently not. Is there any way on blogger to determine how many people subcribe through feeds?

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  3. I never hit the "Follow" button on blogs because I just use Google Reader to subscribe and read -- I think it's hard to get a handle on a total number of subscribers, because people use many different readers, but you can see your Google reader numbers when you're signed in there.

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  4. Really, Karen? I just went on my google reader, and couldn't figure out how to find my stats. If its not too complicated, can you tell me how that works?

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  5. Google reader here too. Now we're coming out of the woodwork!

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  6. Do you subscribe to your own blog in google reader? If you do, then go to your blog in the reader, where all the posts are listed, and on the upper right you will see a link labeled "show details." Click it to see how many subscriptions you have in google reader.

    I don't always "follow" blogs that I subscribe to through google reader, because I wind up getting the feed twice (once in the "Blogs You Follow" column that isn't going to go away no matter what I click on!)

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  7. Well, thanks so much, Barb. I was hugely consoled to learn there are far more Google Readers than Followers. Highly satisfactory. Don't know what I'd do without friends that have figured out all kinds of things and are happy to share.

    And thanks, Jsom, for coming out of the woodwork to make me feel better!

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  9. Thanks for this blog, Daria. I have long struggled with staying faithful to the Office. Maybe this will help!

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  10. Thank you, Mrs. Pinkerton, for singing on. You might want to check out the "getting started" and "Praying the Psalms" tabs since there is lots of information there that is both practical and, I hope, motivating. Also, feel free to ask a question anytime.

    One of the reasons I started the blog was to keep me more faithful to praying the hours, and it's worked.

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  11. I'm convinced! Going to give it the old college try once again. I'm so glad I found this blog. Thanks, Mark Shea!

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