Tell Me, Tell Me, Tell Me…

I am curious – for those of you out there reading this site via bloglines or the feed reader of your choice (mine is NewsGatorOnline) – does it bother you that I added the photos to my feed? Does it slow the feed reader down, slowing you down, causing you to just skip reading altogether?

I’m just trying to figure out what works best for the end user. While I primarily gear the site towards my needs and interests – I mean, it is a personal site after all – I like to make sure it is working for you.

I would be nothing without you. You? You mean thw world to me.

Now, be nice, stop blurking and leave a comment. *grin*

By Christine

Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

26 replies on “Tell Me, Tell Me, Tell Me…”

I prefer the photos in the feed!

The only problem (this is MY issue) is that sometimes I don’t open the page up to comment because I can look at everything without it (a lot of that is how much free time I have at the time). 😉

Of course you mean thw world to me. All of you. I would be nothing without you. (By the way, it drives me batty when I type faster than the keyboard and that sort of thing happens. Oops!)

Thanks for the feedback! Jeanie, I bet Feeddemon stops pictures from loading, so that is why you don’t see them.

Since you always seem to post with the photo immediately afterwards, I could live without the photos themselves. Plus I get your photos from my flickr feed. 🙂 Just my 2c.

Like Lisa said, you do tend to post the same pictures immediately afterward, so it does seem superfluous. I’m a Bloglines user, and I’ve switched your feed so that entries default to the collapsed position. Click the title and they open up. I usually ignore the Flickr ones.

I’ve actually been trying to do that a lot less, especially now that I have the new camera phone and it makes it so much easier to post photos to Flickr on the fly. Those don’t normally make it to the blog unless it is something special.

Actually – they were cross posting to the blog for a little while – my Flickr e-mail address to post to Flickr only wasn’t working for some reason – but Flickr + blog was. Crazy. It seems to be ok now though, so that shouldn’t happen anymore.

I don’t use feeds at all. It’s too much work for me to subscribe to blogs when I could just go to the page whenever I think about it. Besides, I have all day…what’s my rush? So, do whatever you want with it! hehe

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