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August 16, 2008

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By way of David Meerman Scott who writes the excellent Web Ink Now blog, I learned about a free online tool that will let you know how tuned in you are to your marketplace. Put another way, you can find out how egocentric you are? Based on an algorithm... [Read More]

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Douglas Karr

I am continuing to adjust the algorithm (slightly). Thanks for writing about it! As well, as your feed changes, so will your score since it's new content evaluated!

Dave

I think he still has some work to do on it. It does not recognize my feedburner feed.

David Meerman Scott

Dave, Try substituting "http" where you see "feed" at the begining of the URL and your feedburner feed should work.

PR4Pirates

What a great acid test for whether a blogger is engaging in a real conversation or just using their blog as a one-way corporate mouthpiece. It's simple and nudges you in the right direction without having to actually understand the Cluetrain. Seems like it would make a great Wordpress plugin.

Michael A. Stelzner

David - Congrats on your win as a top 5 blogger on Junta42s new list! - Mike

Douglas Karr

I noticed Dave's note and added some additional tweaks to accept feed:// or even no http:// at all. Once again, thanks for the attention!

peter caputa

You should check out Dane Carlson's "How Much is Your Blog Worth?" widget on his business opportunities weblog.

I think that's the most successful link baiting free tool ever created on the web.

I can't imagine the amount of traffic he's generated with that simple tool that probably took him a few hours to build.

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It's simple and nudges you in the right direction without having to actually understand the Cluetrain. Seems like it would make a great Wordpress plugin.

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