Bloggers Internet Resolutions are killing me
Most lucky people don’t work over the Christmas and New Year season. This year, I was one of those lucky people. So I caught up on a lot of Feed Reading using my faithful Google Reader. And, thanks to those luvverly new stats that Google supplies, I can see who updates what and by how much.
Well, being a new year, people also tend to make New Years Resolutions. And MAN does it seem like most bloggers’ resolutions were to blog more. Ok, fine, I did subscribe to Lee Odden’s “Must Read Search Marketing Blogs“, so I now have an extra 250 feeds to get through, but I am filtering out the “non-performers”.
But over the last 30 days I’ve gone through over 2000 items. It may not seem like a lot to some of the serious readers out there, but I’m no skipper. I tend to read everything in case I miss something.
Here are some of the culprits (whether they’re starting to write more often now or just continuing a great trend, I thank thee for the good read):
– WordPress Planet – If you’re using WordPress, then you’ll need to subscribe
– Google Blogoscoped – Info ANY ‘net user would find useful
– Google’s Official blogs – (Take a look at the column on the right for the list). They really seem to be updating often now. Thanks to Matt Cutts? perhaps
– Scobleizer – Robert Scoble is about 30% of my news source, and even then he can be hard to keep up with…
– ProBlogger – I don’t know WHERE Darren Rowse finds the inspiration, but boy can he write!
So, any blog YOU recommend?