Tag: RSS

  • From RSS to Today

    Is RSS dying? Quick answer: No But RSS (Really Simple Syndication) has a lot more to compete with in 2010 than it did in 2005 when it took off. In 2005, the advent of aggregators like Bloglines, Google reader, and even the ├╝ber popularity of my.yahoo.com made RSS the best way to grow your reach…

  • A few blog updates

    Most people read my blog via RSS or Facebook these days. (Roughly 50%) So if you are one of those people you won’t notice a few of these changes to my blog. Here’s a few updates, nothing death defying. Added an FAQ and Free Downloads page under the “About me” tab. I love that people…

  • RSS Fixed

    Thanks to Andrea and a few others who mentioned to me that my RSS was messed up on my blog. It took a little messing around but I found the problem. Yes, it was tied to the hack that occurred earlier in May. Literally, three characters in a line of code. Story of my life!…

  • Facebook Morphs Blogging Again

    Blogging, by very nature, is a fluid art. Just a few years ago I thought I was pretty slick because I could journal on my computer using Microsoft Word. Flash forward a few years, to around 2000, and I learned that I could take those Word documents and convert them to webpages. It was cumbersome…

  • A Few Ways to Connect with Me

    Maybe you’re ready to take this relationship to the next level? Let’s say you come to Adam McLane’s site every day. And you’re thinking to yourself… “Adam, I dig what you have to say. What are some ways you can check out what else I do online?” Here are a few ways I suggest you…

  • 7 ways you can connect with me

    One of the reasons I blog is to stayed plugged in with the people in my life. So I thought it would be good to point you to the right sidebar and walk you through 7 ways you can connect with me. About me. Head over to this link to learn what I do, why…

  • Bloggers: Turn off post excerpt

    With the tremendous increase in feed reader users and mobile blog reading… I really have to insist on this. You must make sure your feed is sending out the full post and not an except. (Called summary in WordPress) Why? The reality is that, as a blogger, you want your readers to actually read what…