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Sunday, February 12, 2012

Reader Poll: How Do You Access Frozen Tropics?

I'm curious about how people generally access the site. If it's Twitter (or something else), would you prefer more links to specific posts? Other changes? Also, if you use an aggregator, do you click through frequently, or just on occasion? I can see the click throughs, but not people who only read through the aggregator. Early results are interesting. Thanks to everyone for voting!

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your blog is one of 18 DC blogs that I look at regularly. I glance at all of the summaries through Google Reader and click on certain posts that jump out at me.

inked said...

Cool. That's pretty much how I use Google Reader. I'm expecting that it's typical for users.

inked said...

Except that many people tell me that the site is their homepage, so morning clicks might change the story.

Gonzo said...

Google Analytics can also provide some very good details on where your readers are coming from. RSS sources can be hard to pin-down, however.

inked said...

Gonzo,
I definitely also look at the analytics.

Tom said...

Flipboard or Google Currents ... Great social news magazines.

a.c. said...

gReader. Rare clickthrough. Gonna switch to hivemined for my rss needs though... someday.

Rayful Edmond said...

Accessed through H Street Great Street's list of links.

marybindc said...

Was Google reader until last week when I decided to try to divorce Google. I'm currently trying out (and liking) NetVibes.

curmudgeon said...

Usually directly, although sometimes using the feedly extension to firefox.

Ratalal said...

I have the blog bookmarked, but when I see a twitter link about a new post, I'll access that way.