Sunday, June 30th, 2013

Google Reader is shutting down for good tomorrow (July 1st), so make sure to export all of your favorite blogs (which hopefully includes this one!) onto a new service, such as Bloglovin’, which is quickly becoming the go-to within the blogosphere as a replacement for Google Reader. Bloglovin’ has an import feature so you can easily transfer your favorite blogs into their service so you can continue to get updates.

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8 thoughts on “Say Goodbye to Google Reader, Hello to Something Shiny and New!

  1. Avatar of Kappa Kappa

    I can vouch for bloglovin as an alternative to Google Reader. I’ve been using it ever since I got the news about Reader being shut down and it’s great, as is the app, and this is after trying a couple of different alternatives.

  2. Avatar of Jax Jax

    Just wanted to say Feedly is great too and automatically transfers all you feeds/saved articles over from Google Reeder.

    http://www.feedly.com

  3. Lisa

    I personally love reading your daily emails, and much prefer that to other methods with the exception of just looking at your site directly.

    I’ve been re-enjoying your Behind the Scenes series about how you started your blog and I am unsure if you have answered this question elsewhere. But I was wondering how you obtain your press photos from product launches from the companies. I know it’s hard not to infringe on copyright laws on the interwebz these days. Any advice on this would be greatly appreciated!

  4. Jecca Brady-Albarran

    I’ve never known where to state the following, but here ya go ;D
    I mostly utilize just your site (95% of time, other is MUA b/c of an account w/’em) & I’m shocked/over-impressed with:
    How, to date, you remain a “one-woman show” as you are the researcher/ media poster/ blog & info, updates & archives–etc.. WOW!
    Truly awesome of you ;) Jecca