That's false advertising right there in the title.
We all know that I will NEVER have a last annoying Blogger question. But thanks for humoring me anyway.
I have absolutely loved my Google Reader. In case you don't know what it is, it's a free subscription service that tells you whenever your favorite blogs are updated. So you don't have to keep clicking in to see.
(I know I may be killing my Statcounter numbers by giving this information!)
Anyway, you can set your blog to feed the full post, a partial post, or headlines only into the notification. It's very convenient. And did I mention it's free? (Although Google should totally pay me for all this advertising!)
So, my research says that people who use a reader are annoyed when they can't read the whole article, and they have to click into your website to finish the article.
So readers don't like it.
Bloggers OTOH, don't like the full feed, because then people read the article in the feeder and they never click on the actual website.
I do enjoy knowing how many people are reading by having them click in to finish the article. I follow quite a few blogs that use that setting and it doesn't bother me in the least.
Does it bother you?