After reading through the recently released Yahoo/Ipsos RSS research, Niall concludes by saying this:
The biggest surprise to me was the value of the browsable feed in each tool's built-in listing. Blog authors should be aware of their placement within such listings and perhaps consider a paid listing for increased subscriptions.
Let's all go get "paid listings" to get in directories so people can find our cat pictures.
That seems so 1999 that it's not even funny. Except that it is.
Posted by jzawodn at October 07, 2005 09:05 PM
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