I know you’ve probably read this on EVERY site you’ve visited today. But, I’m still going to say it.
Google Reader is leaving us today and will be gone forever beginning tomorrow. If you haven’t taken the step of switching the way your read your blogs then, most likely, you’ll miss out on a lot of fun content from my blog and others. Don’t stress though— moving is EAS Y!
Two of the most popular readers out there right now have made it simple to move ALL of your google reader blogs over with just a click of a button. BlogLovin’ has a beautiful large image layout with the options to customize. Feedly is very similar to google reader and is also easily customizable.
Here are some great posts about your options and how to move things over:
- Switching from Google Reader to BlogLovin— What you need to know!
- How to Customize BlogLovin
- Feedly Leads the Pack in RSS Feed Readers
- The Best New Features that Feedly has Added for Google Reader Switchers
The best ways to know that you’re getting all of my posts is by following along via email subscription or a reader. But, I also frequently post links to my recent posts on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. If you enjoy following along that way then try to check in daily for posts. I have a goal to post 7 days a week at 8 AM. But, I’m not always as consistent as I hope to be!
Remember to mark on Facebook that you’d like to see ALL of my posts in your feed so that you don’t miss any of the fun. Do that by hovering your mouse over the “LIKED” button, checking the “SHOW IN NEWSFEED” option, select “SETTINGS” and clicking “SHOW ALL UPDATES.” Do this for any of the pages you’d like so that you don’t miss out on any of their posts.
Thank you so much for following along , reading, and commenting. I’m working on some fun new features that will reward followers more and more. So, if you aren’t following already, please click one of the above options and follow along. I promise it is only getting more fun from here!
PS. Whether you are a new reader or a long time reader…. let me know all about you in the comments so that I can check out your neck of the woods (be in Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, or Blogs). I would love to connect and get to know you better!