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By: Stephen's Thoughts

Thu, 08 Feb 2007 10:50:24 +0000

Who can get the most subscribers… Paul Browne is running a competition with a few of the guys that are going to the Irish Blog awards, to see who can get the highest percentage increase in subscribers.  They are all using feedburner as the official subscriber count.  I wish I...



By: Paul Browne - Technology in plain English

Thu, 08 Feb 2007 07:12:38 +0000

Damien, You failed to declare to you're probably in line for a pint due to the massive 6-76 increase in subscribers. I sense a scandal as big as this one. Colm, You're probably right about the 400% increase thing. We'll make some rules up on the spot to cope with it. Paul



By: Conor O'Neill

Thu, 08 Feb 2007 00:18:42 +0000

Yup, that's why I entered my lowest-readership blog in the competition. I didn't do 6 years of Engineering for nothing.



By: Colm

Wed, 07 Feb 2007 23:47:17 +0000

So if In Fact, Ah had 1 subscriber originally and we gained 4, would that mean that we had a 400% gain and most likely win the competition?



By: How Would You Like a €2,000 Web Design? It’s Just One Click Away | Search Engine Optimisation Ireland .:. Red Cardinal

Wed, 07 Feb 2007 23:15:17 +0000

[...] Well what started out as a a friendly bit of banter over who would buy the pints at the Irish Blog Awards has suddenly escalated into serious contest that could even eclipse the Blog Awards themselves. [...]