FeedBurner. For some, this chicklet marked the beginning of a long journey ahead. It was a sign that your blog was prospering and someone out there was listening. Now, your prosperity and popularity doesn't have to be limited to just your blog. Here are a few chicklets from popular sites and services to show off on your blog.For any blogger, your first chicklet was probably your RSS subscriber stats via
Our beloved Twitter now has a chicklet for users to display the number of followers on their blog using TwitterCounter. TwitterCounter displays your stats just like FeedBurner and allows you to see your growth (or loss) over the a period of time.
Plurk, the underdog that no one's quite sure about yet, also has a follower counter. However, those who are using Plurk and sport hard earned high karma stats can now wave that work around too with a Plurk karma counter that comes in 3 flavors.
Google Reader is one of the most popular feed readers out there. One of the best features of Google Reader happens to be the "Shared Items" feature. Sites like ReadBurner and RSSmeme aggregate these shared items and from the looks of these sites, there's a ton of sharing going on. ReadBurner offers chicklets for just about every page on the site. Keep up with the number of items shared for an author, source, or a user. Just head to any of the aforementioned pages and you'll see a chicklet ready for the taking in the top right corner.
Share Your Popularity
There you have it. These are three of the most popular chicklets out next to the FeedBurner chicklet, which we already sport here on ReadWriteWeb. The point of showing them off is not only for narcissistic purposes, but in a way, they can help to make your authority known. You can share your growth with your community and they in turn will be just as happy as you to help your numbers to grow. So we'd like to ask you, what chicklets are you showing off on your blog