How do you follow?

Adios Google Reader. It was my reader of choice and now I'm left with plenty of new choices.

Will I be more active at Google+?

Will I import my blogs to Bloglovin'?

Will I just favorite them and scroll through my bookmarks bar when I have time?

I don't know. For now my sidebar ----> is cluttered with links for ways to follow me. Have you found a new blog reader that you prefer?

8 comments:

  1. I am in the lucky Situation, that I just started my blog and follow via bloglovi. I am quiet Content with it!

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  2. I JUST switched over to both Bloglovin' and Feedly on Saturday (I'm a last minute kinda girl) and already I'm pretty set on Feedly. I like that I can read full posts through Feedly instead of having to go to each individual blog, and it kept my favorites from Reader so I'm not starting from scratch. (Not that it would be the end of the world, but I have no other mechanism to keep track of things! My memory is the worst!) The only thing I would like to add to ye olde Feedly is the ability to search through my blogs for key words (instead of every blog in the universe), but apparently they're working on it...

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  3. I've been using Feedly for a while now. Started about a week after Google announced the demise of Reader. I wanted a chance to do a good test drive before I couldn't go choose something else.

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  4. i tried them all out and decided on feedly. i'm very happy here.

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  5. I have always used the dashboard- it shows the most recent blogpost of those blogs I follow (well, except for those I follow by email!) and it works perfectly well for me!

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  6. As soon as they announced reader was going I started making the change. I tried both feedly and bloglovin for a bit but decided on bloglovin in the end and I love it.

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  7. I switched over to Bloglovin' about a month ago and have been happy with it so far. I haven't tried any of the others.

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  8. I've switched to Nextgen for my Microsoft Surface, and Feedly for the desktop. Nextgen is just an app that get's the feed from Feedly (ahem, that was awkward). At any rate, that means the two stay synced. Nice interface on both. No idea if they work in Apple land, but I suspect so.

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