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I’m sure everyone has already heard the sad news…. Google Reader is going away. There will be some transition time… but, why not move things over now?

I’ve been reading everything on my cell phone (for the most part) through Reeder app. The Reeder app twitter feed calmed its many fans and said it was not leaving. However, they haven’t said really what they’ll be doing yet. So, if you’re a Reeder fan… are you staying on? I’m sure they’ll figure out a way to make the change seamless. Hopefully, I won’t lose my “starred” items in the process!

And, then… a lot of the people I know are heading on over to Blog Lovin. I hope that their servers were ready for a sudden influx of new followers cause HOLY COW. Everyone in my feed is talking about moving over to them. As a matter of fact, for now, go ahead and add my name to the list! I thought I’d at least try it out. But, for anyone who didn’t know… this blog has been on Blog Lovin’ for a while!

The change to Blog Lovin took a matter of seconds. You can easily import all of your Google Reader blogs right on over with a couple clicks of your mouse. I’ll be downloading the iPhone app and giving the whole thing a test run. I’m hoping to fall in love! 
How do you follow blogs? 

Written by Jenni

Jenni is a freelance writer and media assistant based in Portland, OR. A Well Crafted Party is a blog about all the little things to celebrate in life. Follow Jenni or A Well Crafted Party with BlogLovin, RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest.
Website: http://awellcraftedparty.com

2 Comments
  • Susannah says:

    I’m planning on switching over to bloglovin too, mainly because that’s what it seems all the big name bloggers are doing. If that’s what there doing, it must be the next best thing, right? 😉 I just don’t like the whole learning new technology thing. :-)

  • I like that with Bloglovin’ it gives the Blogger page views too, I always felt kind of bad about that reading them in GR, even though feed subscriptions are taken into account I know page views are the big kahuna. I think I’ll end up commenting more too with the way that I can scroll through the posts on the actual blog page. Still getting a feel for it but I’m liking it so far!

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