Sunday, March 24, 2013

Jumping on the Bloglovin' Bandwagon

Follow my blog with Bloglovin

Good bye Google Reader.
Though we had good times in the past, you are now leaving us,
like a candle in the wind.

Oops.  Earworm.  So Sorry.

8 comments:

  1. Question... do you have to sign your blog up on Bloglovin for other people to follow it there? I'm using Feedly right now, but what about people who want to use Bloglovin and want to read my blog? Google Reader (spit spit).

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    1. Apparently not. 22 people were already following my blog with bloglovin' before I signed up. Bloglovin' imported all of my google reader blogs with one click though. I wish it was one of the feedburner choices thought.

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    2. Jessica, how did you import them? I looked at directions and it looks complicated.

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    3. Feedly did that for me too. If you sign up before The Reader Who Shall Not Be Named goes away, then it's a one click import.

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  3. I wonder if Google will regret the day it lost so many of its users to Bloglovin'.

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  4. Don't you love how things come and go so quickly?! I just start to understand how something works and BAM!!! it's gone. I don't adjust well to change. It usually involves a bottle of wine, pulling the covers over my head, and wallowing in all my fave blogs...via Google Reader. Argh!

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Sunday, March 24, 2013

Jumping on the Bloglovin' Bandwagon

Follow my blog with Bloglovin

Good bye Google Reader.
Though we had good times in the past, you are now leaving us,
like a candle in the wind.

Oops.  Earworm.  So Sorry.

8 comments:

  1. Question... do you have to sign your blog up on Bloglovin for other people to follow it there? I'm using Feedly right now, but what about people who want to use Bloglovin and want to read my blog? Google Reader (spit spit).

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Apparently not. 22 people were already following my blog with bloglovin' before I signed up. Bloglovin' imported all of my google reader blogs with one click though. I wish it was one of the feedburner choices thought.

      Delete
    2. Jessica, how did you import them? I looked at directions and it looks complicated.

      Delete
    3. Feedly did that for me too. If you sign up before The Reader Who Shall Not Be Named goes away, then it's a one click import.

      Delete
  2. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  3. I wonder if Google will regret the day it lost so many of its users to Bloglovin'.

    ReplyDelete
  4. Don't you love how things come and go so quickly?! I just start to understand how something works and BAM!!! it's gone. I don't adjust well to change. It usually involves a bottle of wine, pulling the covers over my head, and wallowing in all my fave blogs...via Google Reader. Argh!

    ReplyDelete