The murmur of the snarkmatrix…

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Snarkmarket Feed Report

In an effort to better understand Snarkmarket’s audience… or something… I have been trying to look at the Feedburner stats more often. They are often surprising. Top-clicked items over the past seven days (remember, this is from the feed only, not from raw website use):

And, proving at least one blogger here knows what he’s doing:


October 18, 2006 / Uncategorized

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As someone who is unabashedly addicted to web statistics, feedburner opened up a whole new form of addiction for me. It was like a crackhead was just exposed to herion for the first time. You can imagine my excitement…

Honestly, it is such a different type of analytical data from a source that I am so unfamiliar of – I think that’s what makes it so intriguing for me.

The snarkmatrix awaits you

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