A Big Thank You for Our 25,000 RSS Subscribers

By Daniel Scocco

Back in 2007 I wrote a post titled Celebrate Your Achievements. The main idea was the fact that celebration is good (not to be confused with bragging), because it keeps you motivated and enables you to share the achievement with other people.

Well, that is what I want to do with this post. Our Feedburner count is tracking 25,111 subscribers today. I know it is not a big deal, but it is always nice to know that some people appreciate your work.

So I just wanted to extend a thank you to all the people who read our posts, link to them, leave comments and so on. And if you are not subscribed yet, what are you waiting for? Here is the link to the RSS feed and Email subscription.

Now back to work, as the new goal is 50,000 subscribers.



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39 Responses to “A Big Thank You for Our 25,000 RSS Subscribers”

  • S.K Sharma

    Sharing is caring.Congrats!keep blogging and teaching.Soon you your achievement 100000 subscribers….

  • Liane YoungBlogger

    I bet it wouldn’t take more than a year to reach the 50k mark. 😀

  • George Serradinho

    Wow, 25k is a huge number. Would also like to know what your daily traffic is when you post. If it makes your daily traffic high or not. I know sometimes I have subscribed and get the email updates and first view the email to see if there is anything interesting for me to read, if not then I delete the email update.

  • Vikas KM

    Congrats dude..

    One thing about your blog is that you write short posts and quite interesting.. which i like a lot.. as none has time to read long posts..

    Your blog rocks…

    Best of luck for your new milestone…

  • Stephanie

    25,000! Awesome. Keep up the good work.

    I’m actually not surprised by the number. You do a fantastic job here at Daily Blog Tips. 🙂

  • Nags

    i think that IS a big deal 🙂 Congrats and you are welcome!

  • wo@soho

    it’s so great, my rss just over two hundred.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Everton, I will add those on the next theme change. Lack of time is the reason for not having it.

  • Daniel Scocco

    @Eric C, I have seen some home made scripts for tracing subscribers around, but I would guess they are not as reliable as Feedburner.

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