About 13,000 people subscribe to the Cyclelicious RSS feed. 85% of you use Google Reader to follow that feed.
As you no doubt have heard, Google announced Reader will go away Real Soon Now. If you don’t want to bother with setting up another RSS feed reader, you can sign up for an emailed daily digest of Cyclelicioius content.
Other options for following Cyclelicious include Twitter and Facebook. I have a personal Google Plus page too, but right now I don’t post many links to Cyclelicious there. That may change after Google Reader goes away.
About 30% of you reading Cyclelicious do so in a feed reader such as Google Reader. One third of you link through to to the site, which results in about 10% of the “hits” to Cyclelicious. Organic search via Google, Yahoo and Bing still constitutes the biggest portion of my audience, while social networking sites are the next largest category. Twitter is by far the largest single social media source of traffic to Cyclelicious, followed by Facebook, Reddit, Google+, and StumbleUpon.
I’m a heavy user of Google Reader, so if you have suggestions to help me in my transition, I’m all ears. Let me know how you plan to keep up with your blog reading.