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Tuesday, 6 May 2014

Polite request!

I have recently been looking at ways in which to increase the number of 'hits' on this blog, as I am given to understand that Search Engines grade sites by that means.  The number of folk who do access the blog is not bad - for someone who is not a 'celebrity' - but it could be increased.

I am aware of a number of folk who have set up RSS (Rich Site Summary) feeds.  Subscribing to a website RSS removes the need for the user to manually check the web site for new content. Instead, their browser constantly monitors the site and informs the user of any updates. The browser can also be commanded to automatically download the new data for the user.  Unfortunately, such feeds are not counted as 'hits'!

My Google+ contacts also receive each post, automatically but, again, these are not counted as individual 'hits'.

So my polite request is to all of those who receive the posts by either of these means, that you would be so kind as to then access the blog itself - and maybe spend a minute there!  That access would be counted, and the blog would move up the Google Search Engine ratings at least a little higher.

If you think that even some of what I post is useful/helpful/interesting, please increase the blog's potential circulation by taking that simple step.  I average about fourteen posts per month, so not a lot of your time would be required!

Of course, if you don't fall into either of the above categories, please access the blog on a daily basis - just to check if a new post has been published.  That, too, will help.

Thank you, all, in anticipation of your assistance!  :-)

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