Sometimes when you add a blog post or plug in to a WordPress blog, things can get a little out of whack. You add something here or there, and then a plug in doesn’t work well or you tell yourself that you will fix it on Sunday afternoon and you hit the “Deactivate Plug In” button.
So, there was a time when I had Feedburner all set up, highly visible just like the consultants recommend. But one day and I’m not sure when, something happened and it disappeared.
Hey, my Feedburner is back, Jack!
One interesting feature of the modern blog is the RSS capability. RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and allows people to subscribe to blogs they like and get the most recent post in their e-mail. You probably have subscribed to a blog related to work or a subject you are interested in (like local real estate) and get e-mails every now and again… that is an RSS feed!
To subscribe to this blog, I have added the Feedburner widget (thanks Google) that is finally going to make it easy for readers to keep up with my Northern Virginia real estate adventures. DougFrancis.com isn’t like all those other real estate agent blogs that regurgitate data and statistics from the MLS… no, no, no. My blog posts are about my day to day experiences like what I am hearing from home sellers, home buyers, mortgage guys, home inspectors, plus tips on buying or selling real estate, funny things that I come across and yes, a way to hunt for your next home through the Internet.
No regurgitation of MLS real estate data here… read, comment and learn
I invite you (even if you are a real estate agent) to subscribe to DougFrancis.com, to make it more interesting by leaving a comment or two, to ask questions and be part of the conversation.