of the good news is people can listen, and read, anywhere. The bad news is, a person reading your blog on Google reader is missing a lot of the material on your website. This plugin helps with that situation. If you are looking for a “before and after comparison” go to the 10 minute mark  (the video is a bit too detailed for me..).

Last week I got the opportunity to peek through MaxBlogPress Bring My Blog Visitors Back and learn how it changes our customary approach to RSS Feed.

RSS Feed, though very useful tool for allowing subscribers stay connected to your blog content, has its own drawbacks. The subscribers stop visiting your blog because they get it all from RSS Feed what they want from the blog. This leads to less user participation on your blog thus decreasing your blog traffic and revenue as well.

This plugin comes straight from the house of MaxBlogPress, an established name in the industry for its credibility and building quality wordpress plugins. Some of MaxBlogPress’ highly popular products are Subscribers Magnet, Ninja Affiliate, Max Banner Ads, etc. and now it’s Bring My Blog Visitors Back.

This won't solve the problem of someone who found you in iTunes, and never visits your site, but it does help with those people who are scraping your RSS feed. The plugin is onlve going to be available for a week, and right now they are knocking off $30 (was 97, now 67). You can use it on unlimited sites. Check it out at