My security worries were mostly addressed. I posted in detail about those: Web Site Security — A Bloggiesta Chore
I finished these mini-challenges:
- Bloggiesta Mini Challenge: Bring the Hits: Building a blog audience commenting on about 40 blogs over the Bloggiesta weekend.
- Bloggiesta Mini-Challenge: Let’s Get Personal revamping my About page to make it reflect me and what I do with my blog more accurately.
- Bloggiesta Mini-Challenge: CHANGING YOUR RSS FEED reverting from FeedBurner to the native feed for RSS and switching to MailChimp for email subscriptions to my blog. I wrote more detail here: The Obligatory Updated my Feed Post.
While I was waiting to get brave enough to make the changes I wanted to make regarding FeedBurner, I wrote a post that will help both bloggers and blog readers while we’re all wading through this minefield, Feedburner Headaches and Google Reader Tips for Bloggiesta. If you’re reading blogs in Google Reader and you’re getting duplicate feeds, this post will help. And if you’re a blogger who is going to miss the stats from FeedBurner, this post will help a little bit. Be sure to read the comments for an even easier way to get stats contributed by Memory of Stella Matutina.
I enjoyed both of the Twitter chats that I joined — Friday night and Sunday evening. Fun and helpful!
I wanted to do so much more. So, I’m looking forward to the next Bloggiesta!