Experimenting with Feedshark

If you’ve got a blog, you know how important it is for it to be pinged by search engines and blog and rss aggregators. WordPress has a built in pinger but I don’t always get the pingback messages. A lot of bloggers find pingback messages annoying but for me, that’s the only way I know the blog is getting pinged. I decided to set up a backup with Feedshark. You can either install a bit of code or do a post with the link. Since I don’t like to play around too much in the code, I’m doing the link in a post method. At some point in the future, I’ll update everyone on how my experiment has worked out. You can ignore the link unless you want to visit feedshark.



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