Blogger in Draft Issue?

This morning I went to check my Feedburner stats, as I do every few days, and I noticed something quite alarming.  I have 0 subscribers.  I normally have around 25, but today I have 0.  Strange huh?  My initial thought was that maybe Feedburner was experiencing some issues, because I don't believe that all 25 of my subscribers decided to up and leave me last night.  I don't think I've said anything offensive in the past few days that would cause such a mass exodus, so I decided to look a little further into the issue. 
 
My next course of action was to check out Google Webmaster Tools. After I logged in I noticed that my website had been un-verified.  Again, strange.  I'm not sure how that happened, but it has made me a little curious.  Two services which require pieces of code to be inserted into my blog are no longer functioning.  Why?
 
I haven't had the time or ability to check this yet, but my hunch is that Blogger in Draft, has a bug which caused the removal of those two pieces of code.  They had been functioning fine earlier this week, and I haven't made any changes; so, to the best of my knowledge that has to be the problem.  When I get home tonight, away from the firewall at work which keeps me out of Blogger, I'll check this out more closely. Until then I'll just wonder.

Published by Brian

Christian, husband, father, Pepperdine alum, marketing account manager and more. Passionate about music, movies, religion, communication, nonprofits and the Lakers.

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