Friday meta-discussion: How're the related links?
For a few weeks now, Greater Greater Washington has had up to five related links below each post. Those of you reading on RSS should see it the most, as they appear on the RSS content. For Web readers, they don't show up on the front page or other pages showing multiple posts, but they are above the comments on each individual page.
Have these been useful? Actually related? Not?
We also recently rolled out the new Breakfast Links format, where each link is a separate post when you look at tag pages, and the tip submission form. What do you think?
Also, weigh in with other suggestions for the site. Here are some items I'd like to work on:
- Cookies, so that each time you comment, it pre-fills your name and email (and likewise for the tip page)
- Replace FeedBurner, which powers the daily emails. Lately it's been unreliable. And maybe the format can be better. (Email subscribers, any thoughts?)
- Automatically post to Twitter each time there's a post here, and do other things with Twitter.
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