Thanks to my GOOGLE READERS I am now “officially” over 100 subscribers via feeds!

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Thanks to the fact the Google has decided to count you Google readers and submit them to Feedburner, I now can claim over 100 subscribers! A big surprise to me is that this number is 25% of my readers and the single largest group.  I expected a few, but wow.  Anyway, thanks for subscribing.   

If you visit this site and are not familiar with using a feed reader, you are missing out! A feed reader allows you to subscribe to feeds from various news sites and blogs and "pings" your browser (or Google home page) with only what is freshly updated.  I use Mozilla Firefox live bookmarks with a plugin called "Sage" to read my feeds.

Thanks!  And spread the word.  SUBSCRIBE TO THIS BLOG HERE!

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Rich Kirkpatrick

Rich Kirkpatrick

Writer, Speaker, and Musician. Rich Kirkpatrick was recently rated #13 of the “Top 75 Religion Bloggers” by Newsmax.com, having also received recognition by Worship Leader Magazine as “Editor’s Choice” for the “Best of the Best” of blogs in 2011, 2014, 2015 and 2016.

28 comments

  1. I jumped to 30 all of a sudden. 🙂 I’ve been as high as 36 in the past, but I think a lot of those were spiders looking for content.
    Congratulations on hitting the century mark.

  2. I jumped to 30 all of a sudden. 🙂 I’ve been as high as 36 in the past, but I think a lot of those were spiders looking for content.
    Congratulations on hitting the century mark.

  3. I jumped to 30 all of a sudden. 🙂 I’ve been as high as 36 in the past, but I think a lot of those were spiders looking for content.
    Congratulations on hitting the century mark.

  4. I jumped to 30 all of a sudden. 🙂 I’ve been as high as 36 in the past, but I think a lot of those were spiders looking for content.
    Congratulations on hitting the century mark.

  5. Dude, after reading your post I checked my stats, and that added a significant amount to my subscribers as well. It’s still only about half the number that Bloglines gets though.

  6. Dude, after reading your post I checked my stats, and that added a significant amount to my subscribers as well. It’s still only about half the number that Bloglines gets though.

  7. Dude, after reading your post I checked my stats, and that added a significant amount to my subscribers as well. It’s still only about half the number that Bloglines gets though.

  8. Dude, after reading your post I checked my stats, and that added a significant amount to my subscribers as well. It’s still only about half the number that Bloglines gets though.

  9. Just saying hi….also I appreciate stuff like this because I would never know about it otherwise.

  10. Just saying hi….also I appreciate stuff like this because I would never know about it otherwise.

  11. Just saying hi….also I appreciate stuff like this because I would never know about it otherwise.

  12. Just saying hi….also I appreciate stuff like this because I would never know about it otherwise.

  13. I know, I know…this stat stuff shouldn’t matter that much, but it does tell me someone out there is digesting this stuff. Weird!

  14. I know, I know…this stat stuff shouldn’t matter that much, but it does tell me someone out there is digesting this stuff. Weird!

  15. I know, I know…this stat stuff shouldn’t matter that much, but it does tell me someone out there is digesting this stuff. Weird!

  16. I know, I know…this stat stuff shouldn’t matter that much, but it does tell me someone out there is digesting this stuff. Weird!

  17. Hey man nice blog. Thats pretty interesting. I don’t understand what your saying exactly though. Is this something you had to set up through feed burner? I’m using wordpress and I always assumed it submitted post to feedburner and other rss readers. No?

  18. Hey man nice blog. Thats pretty interesting. I don’t understand what your saying exactly though. Is this something you had to set up through feed burner? I’m using wordpress and I always assumed it submitted post to feedburner and other rss readers. No?

  19. Hey man nice blog. Thats pretty interesting. I don’t understand what your saying exactly though. Is this something you had to set up through feed burner? I’m using wordpress and I always assumed it submitted post to feedburner and other rss readers. No?

  20. Hey man nice blog. Thats pretty interesting. I don’t understand what your saying exactly though. Is this something you had to set up through feed burner? I’m using wordpress and I always assumed it submitted post to feedburner and other rss readers. No?

  21. Hey Randy,
    Feedburner.com is just a service that allows you to promote and actually track usage on your RSS feeds and offers a troubleshooting tool in case your feed goes bad or something. Its free, too. Your blog does what you describe, but wordpress offers a plugin for feedburner to interface with the tool.

    What I am saying here in this post is that I have over a 100 people who actually subscribe to my RSS according to my feedburner.com stats. I just thought that was pretty cool!

    Rich

  22. Hey Randy,
    Feedburner.com is just a service that allows you to promote and actually track usage on your RSS feeds and offers a troubleshooting tool in case your feed goes bad or something. Its free, too. Your blog does what you describe, but wordpress offers a plugin for feedburner to interface with the tool.

    What I am saying here in this post is that I have over a 100 people who actually subscribe to my RSS according to my feedburner.com stats. I just thought that was pretty cool!

    Rich

  23. Hey Randy,
    Feedburner.com is just a service that allows you to promote and actually track usage on your RSS feeds and offers a troubleshooting tool in case your feed goes bad or something. Its free, too. Your blog does what you describe, but wordpress offers a plugin for feedburner to interface with the tool.

    What I am saying here in this post is that I have over a 100 people who actually subscribe to my RSS according to my feedburner.com stats. I just thought that was pretty cool!

    Rich

  24. Hey Randy,
    Feedburner.com is just a service that allows you to promote and actually track usage on your RSS feeds and offers a troubleshooting tool in case your feed goes bad or something. Its free, too. Your blog does what you describe, but wordpress offers a plugin for feedburner to interface with the tool.

    What I am saying here in this post is that I have over a 100 people who actually subscribe to my RSS according to my feedburner.com stats. I just thought that was pretty cool!

    Rich

  25. No your right, it is cool! I’ll have to check it out.

  26. No your right, it is cool! I’ll have to check it out.

  27. No your right, it is cool! I’ll have to check it out.

  28. No your right, it is cool! I’ll have to check it out.

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