QOT Featured on BBC Click Webscape

A sudden spike in site traffic led me to the source – BBC Click! Click is the BBC flagship technology programme and Kate Russell presented her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web on BBC Click and QuickOnlineTips.com was one of them.

BBC ClickCheck out Webscape on BBC Click Online today where Kate Russell features 3 sites every week and you will find QOT recommended there. Don’t miss the video created from the live TV show on that page where she showcases these sites (no options to embed it). Here is the complete video of this weeks show. Here is what they had to say –


The featured links on BBC are our Popular Posts page, Subscribe page and 50 Best Firefox Extensions and here are the videos expaining RSS. Getting featured on mainstream media is a wonderful experience in terms of traffic, readers, credibility, exposure and is recognition of all your hard work. Thank Kate. Thanks BBC.

Update: here is an analysis of the BBC Effect on our traffic and branding.


  1. DWiner says:


  2. Shankar Ganesh says:

    I’ve watched the program a few years back and I know how awesome it is!

    Congratulations. I’m just curious to know how much traffic this mention on the BBC site brought. Why not write a post on it?

  3. Robin says:

    Hi, congrats.

    Anyhow, i’ve been thinking about this for a while, do you know any ways to subscribe only to BBC Click feeds? Can’t find it in their feed subscribe options.

    Any help is very much appreciated.

  4. Ram says:


  5. Goodguy says:

    I’m watching Click, just saw your site and loved the layout, so i logged on.

  6. Steven Finch says:

    This is a great feature. Well done.

  7. Zomball says:

    Congratulations on the link from the Beeb. QOT is an essential read and it’s good to see it getting mentioned in the mainstream media. Good on ya!

  8. QuickOnlineTips says:

    Thanks guys, your great readership makes this possible.

  9. Bowch says:

    In reply to Robin above:

    I don’t think Click has an RSS feed but you might want to check out http://page2rss.com/ which will allow you to monitor pages that don’t have RSS feeds. It’s free and will create an RSS feed for the site which you can then subscribe to. I use it to subscribe to a few sites myself.

  10. Robin says:

    @Bowch yeah, it’s a pity if they don’t have feed. I’ll check page2rss out, thanks.

  11. Yang Yang says:

    Now that is really something! :) Congrats!

  12. Abhisek says:

    Congrats. Way to go…

  13. Rajesh says:

    awesome brother..:)

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