Who Reads My Space ??

I have essentially the same blog content ih several locations — here, on Amazon Author connect, and on My Space. Lately, I havn’t bothered updateing MySpace because I can’t tell if anyone bothers reading it. I get no comments from My Space whatsoever. Then again, my Amazon blog doesn’t generate comments either, although I do get the "0 out of 1 who voted liked this post."  Does that mean one person took the time to say they DIDN"T like what I wrote? Swell.

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3 Responses to “Who Reads My Space ??”

  1. DogsDontPurr

    My general feeling is that MySpace is basically for teenagers and dating singles. I could be wrong, but that’s the vibe I get. Also, the interface is so non user friendly, that I just don’t like looking at anything on MySpace.
    The Amazon thing is kinda cool, because you can keep up with authors that you’ve read, but in reality, I rarely ever read those posts. I go to Amazon to buy something or look up something, and then I’m done. I hardly ever think about or have time for the blog posts over there.
    This blog here is the kind of thing I like to read. It’s straight forward, not a lot of clutter. I don’t have to do a lot of digging just to read the everyday dialog.
    So, in general, I just feel more comfortable with this type of blog.
    I don’t know if MySpace or Amazon allows you to embed a stats tracker like Sitemeter, but if so, that might help you determine who’s reading what.

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  2. Mike Hobart

    I have very similar experiences. I run the same text through four different blogs, but MySpace produces no feedback at all. Best seems to be OpenDiary which sometimes produces comments within minutes!

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