My Blog Community

A few weeks ago I enabled the MyBlogLog Community feature on my blog – I just put it up higher on the left hand side.

I’ve been using MyBlogLog for about a year for link tracking – they’ve got a very good inbound and outbound link tracking system.  If you’ve ever hovered over a link on my blog (or someone elses) and seen the “N Clicks Today” message box, that’s MyBlogLog in action. 

Recently, they rolled out a Community feature.  Now you can see who is actually visiting my site.  In addition you can come join my community.  Also, some “community groups” are starting to form, such as the VC Neighborhood.

Help me experiment with this – come join my community.  Over the past year, I’ve enjoyed talking to Eric Marcouiller (one of the founders) and suggesting features; his technical co-founder Todd is clearly a wizard.   They are iterating quickly on feedback, so offer it freely, either by email or via comments. 

  • http://www.mybloglog.com Eric Marcoullier

    Brad —

    Thanks a ton for the kind words. As has been mentioned elsewhere, this is really the skeleton of what is coming in the future. There are so many ways for us to build on top of this, it’s scary. The challenge is finding the best ideas in an embarassment of riches. We will be looking to you and your readers to help guide us in prioritizing what features get built next.

    Also, I’m going to beat Todd to the punch on this one and say that a lot of praise is due to hit killer tech team, particularly Steve and John, who don’t get to see their names on blogs nearly enough.

  • http://mhjcsoftware.blogspot.com Mark Crofton

    brad, sorry for the tech support question, but for the life of me I can’t find the html code to put the “recent readers” box in my blog. I’ve got the link tracking code. thanks for any help and I’m happy to provide you with any SAP tech support in return. :)

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