My startup project Keep on Posting was reviewed in Startup Killer. If you have a couple of minutes and want to do me a favor, please, take a look, comment, vote, etc: http://www.killerstartups.com/Web-App-Tools/keeponposting-com-have-an-active-blog
In Keep on Posting you can now see the status of your trackings whenever you want (we still send the email alerts of course).
If you hover your mouse pointer over a startus you’ll get a tooltip with more details:
You asked for it and you got it. If you go on a vacation or you temporarily stop posting in a blog, you can now suspend the tracking at Keep on Posting (without deleting it) and activate it whenever you want.
What’s the difference between suspending and deleting? There are two. First, you still have the tracking on the list, so re-enabling is just one click, and you don’t have to remember which blog it was, it’s just there.
The second is that while in suspended mode we keep all the data we gathered and we keep on gathering data, so when you hit activate, we can analyze that data for you without having to re-fetch it and any long term analysis we’ll implement will be possible (blogs only publish the last 10 posts over feeds but we keep track of previous posts when we can).
Whether you forget about your blog or your twitter account because you have more interesting things to do, or you are trying to run 100 different blogs, this tool might come in handy: Keep on Posting.
Keep on Posting periodically checks your blog, twitter account or anything that has a feed and analyses your posting frequency, if you are starting to post less frequent, it’ll send you an email.
My inspiration for making it is that I have hundreds of posts in draft mode, many of them finished already and all I’m missing is hitting the publish button… but sometimes… I just don’t log in into my blog for weeks.