There are definitely some things I’ve learned in almost 2 decades of online marketing, ranging from tracking conversions and click through rates to setting up analytics and advertising campaigns to marketing and SEO for hundreds of clients and projects. But there really is one, single equation to keep in mind when looking to boost your […]
The other day on a mission for Alpine Rescue Team, while we were standing around waiting with nothing to do (which occasionally happens) another team member came up to me and started talking about his WordPress site he’s been working on for a while. He slowed down posting articles and then stopped altogether because his […]
In the last 15+ years, I’ve worked with more than 400 clients on more interactive projects and websites than I think I can count anymore (including a couple online dating sites). The result of all of this work is that I’ve come to realize that websites really fall under one main model, and that is The Online Dating Model.
Why is that? Well, 3 reasons.
- Users are looking for something that meets their needs.
- You are looking for users that are interested in what you have to offer.
- You really want to build a relationship with your users and your users want to build a relationship with you.
Recently I launched a new site for a client and needed to change 5 exiting feeds to new RSS feed addresses. I searched a long time on the Google Feedburner docs looking for some information and confirmation and couldn’t find exactly what I needed. There were 3 questions I had:
- How do I change the feed address without losing my subscribers? since I didn’t want to add the addresses again.
- If I needed to add the addresses again, could I import them via CSV?
- If I can change the address, and keep my subscribers, when Feedburner runs, will it send the new posts since it last ran. or will it send ALL posts in the specific category?