The real reason for Rojo’s growth

6 thoughts on “The real reason for Rojo’s growth”

  1. Glad I’m not the only one curious what’s going on here! I know there are some people who swear by Rojo, but there must be some explanation or a few contributing factors. Re your idea here though; the same could be said for tag pages on Technorati, Feedburner pages and any number of other services that show up in Google search results. It is also possible that the issue lies with Hitwise. Or perhaps Rojo totally rocks and I just haven’t been paying enough attention!

  2. When feedburner stopped accepting stats from Rojo, my subscritions dropped from 640 to 19. I always thought it was suspicious that something like 98% of my readers were using Rojo.

    I still use Rojo (for now) but it seems that they have a lot of numerical inconsistencies.

    Is Rojo’s relationship with Nooz.com common knowledge?

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