Shhh! Two new Feedjit widgets quietly being tested

I’m testing two new Feedjit widgets on the right side of this page. We launched the back-end code for these tonight and they’ll only appear on the public site in a week or so after they’ve been thoroughly tested.

The first is a simple page popularity widget that has been much-requested by our users. It shows the most popular pages for your website today.

The second is my favorite – it’s a passive collaborative filtering widget. It suggests other pages your visitors may like based on the current page they’re viewing and the traffic patterns of previous visitors. I’ll be adding more detail about the widget and algorithm in the FAQ once published.

If you’re an HTML hacker and an early adopter type, you can view/source of this page and grab them for your own site. To customize them, just go to Feedjit and customize the current widgets, and then grab the query string for those and append them to the new widgets javascript URL.  If you do install these, I’d love to get your feedback, so email me at mark-at-feedjit.com.

Mark.

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