Long time Googler Matt Cutts is celebrating one month of blogging.

It’s been a blast though. I’m delighted to see that over 440 people are subscribed to me on Bloglines. Jeremy Zawodny has about 4215 subscribers across his feeds. So I hit over 100 milli-Zawodnys in just a month–woohoo!

Heh. When did I become a measurement unit? :-)

Matt also asks what we'd like him to write about.

Here's an idea. Tell us if your index size is going to be in the 20 billion range. And then let's re-hash the "does size matter?" discussion.

Just kidding.

Posted by jzawodn at September 11, 2005 08:00 PM

Reader Comments
# Preston Wily said:


How do you check subscription stats on bloglines?


on September 12, 2005 01:42 PM
# Scott Johnson said:


Subscribe to your feed in BlogLines and then view the new entries in BlogLines. At the top of the listing, near the site's title, you will find the subscriber count.


You have been a unit of measurement for a blog's success for quite a while. There are many aspiring bloggers out there who would kill to get readership like yours. :)

Scott Johnson

on September 18, 2005 06:15 PM
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