This Blog is on WordPress Homepage :)

Sindoor, Tali and Mangalsutra on WordPress Homepage

My post ( https://indianhomemaker.wordpress.com/2009/11/12/sindoor-tali-and-mangalsutra/ ) has just been promoted to the homepage of WordPress.com.
Thanks a million,  WordPress.com Team!

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85 thoughts on “This Blog is on WordPress Homepage :)

  1. WooHoo!

    Mast Baharon Ka Mein Ashiq
    Mein jo chahay yaar karoo
    Chahay gulloo kay saaye say khailoon, chahay kalli say pyar karoo
    Sara jahan hay meray liye, meray liye.
    Mast Baharon Ka Mein Ashiq
    Mein jo chahay yaar karoo
    Chahay gulloo kay saaye say khailoon, chahay kalli say pyar karoo
    Sara jahan hay meray liye, meray liye.

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  2. Wow, congrats!

    Do reply the total no. of hits you got due to that. I really want to know.

    You know if it were the old style WP homepage then you would have got tremendous hits and comments by WP users by now because then all these posts used to show beside your login sidebar by default. But now one has to check the freshly pressed button!

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  3. If you are not reading this at (https://indianhomemaker.wordpress.com/), then you are reading stolen content. The owner of the site you are on has stolen this article and is making money by you reading it.

    There is bit of problem with this useful innovation. You see your Copyright notification [2.5 India CC] has it that anybody can use [share] any post on this blog as long as you get the credit [link], attribution and that is not for commercial purposes and it not tampered in any way.

    So, you may want to modify it suitably in future posts:

    This article is by IHM of http://www.___.com. If it has not been suitably attributed then you are reading stolen content………

    Me – Thanks, that sounds good. Do you know how to add this to the feed? And Vikas this is thanks to the link you sent, they have recommended this as one of the ways to avoid copying directly from feed, another was to ensure that only a summary of a post can be read…

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    • There is probably some way to add signature in feedburner in all probability but I never explored the option.

      You can change your settings and your feeds will show only the summary like Solilo from reading>settings.

      Also use Copygator.

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  4. congrats!! and Did I congratulate on crossing 1 lakh hits? congrats for that too!

    Me – Thanks Reema 🙂 But this isn’t accurate because I didn’t include the hits on Blogger blog till April 5th… I wish I had, just to know the correct number of hits 😦 The Poll is two posts before this one..

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  5. Mubarak!! A well deserved place for your blog, now more and more people will get to read the words than can make them think, stir them up and do something. Congratulations IHM!

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  6. Lovely! I tried searching for it in wordpress.com but couldn’t find it. I guess it is in the Indian page of wordpress..

    Me – Doli it WAS on wordpress homepage 🙂

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  7. Hey Congrats. I thought I had congratulated you … but maybe my comment got lost in the unexplored praires of the internet ….. someplace where a whole lot of other things go missing 😦

    Congratulations, and this is well deserved. When I am done being the clown I sit down and ponder over what you write. Simply awesome

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  8. I know that feeling 🙂 Congrats.

    This is what happens when you read in a feedreader – I didn’t even realize you’d witched to wordpress from blogspot. WP is good in many ways, and this (highlighting) is one of them.

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  9. Came after sometime and soo good to see this new achievment IHM.
    My hearty Wishes. May U achieve more accolades and many more followers 🙂
    and with achievment comes responsibility which u r managing brilliantly.
    Keep up the good work IHM. If this can influence the thinking of even one person it would be a great achievment for us as a society. Thanks for ur drive against inequality , in all its manifest.
    Congratulations again 🙂

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