On The Death Of Google Reader
APRIL 11, 2013
Google recently announced it is killing off several of its services, which it does from time to time. This time though, Google cut services for a tool that isn’t just “popular.” ” Google Reader is the bedrock for how many people collect information on the Internet. On The Death Of Google Reader is a post from: Waxing UnLyrical.
11 Google Reader Alternatives to Consider
JUNE 28, 2013
July 1st is just about here, so if you haven’t already, now is the time to choose your alternative RSS reader of choice to replace Google Reader. Since I last wrote about Google Reader alternatives, more services have sprung up to fill the voie. If you’re not ready to choose your new RSS reader, that’s OK. Digg Reader. AOL Reader.
The Death of Google Reader: Did Email Kill the RSS Star?
Stay N' Alive
MARCH 22, 2013
admit I'm not as mad as before , as the dust has settled off since they killed sharing and replaced it with a very limited Google+ sharing feature (on top of the "send to" feature that was there before). At the same time we see other "social networks" of Google's (Youtube) hitting over a billion active users. Compared to that, Google Reader was minuscule. Like, a lot.
Google Reader Causes Pivot (and Purge)
MARCH 18, 2013
Well, the RSS apocolypse is upon us thanks to Google’s planned sunsetting of Reader. Now that my Reader has been scheduled for termination , expect a pivot. Of course the sunsetting of Reader disrupts my and many other bloggers’ daily link sharing on Twitter and Google Plus, which causes change. Geoff Livingston on Google+. Where am I going?
Breaking Google Reader on the wheel of Google +?
The Way of the Web
OCTOBER 21, 2011
Google has announced it will make a number of changes to Google Reader ‘in the next week’, and by the looks of it, they’re going to break a great existing product and tool which is used by a lot of professionals to be able to shoehorn some extra interaction into Google+. Normally, I’d advise waiting and seeing what the changes are to a product before complaining, but the post on the official Google blog gives enough information to be really, really worrying. Google hording data inside Google+? Seriously? No following?
Google Reader’s Demise is Irrelevant for Blogs
Convince & Convert
MARCH 27, 2013
In this edition of The Baer Facts, I talk with Kyle Lacy of ExactTarget about the demise of Google Reader and how it’s overblown. Google Reader is Dead and I Shrug My Shoulders. came back from Down Under to discover that Google Reader is being discontinued by Google. If you love content, you’ll subscribe to content.
What’s Your Reaction to the Retirement of Google Reader?
MARCH 14, 2013
Yesterday Google announced the retirement of their Google Reader RSS reader product. I’ve tweeted a little about it but thought it might be interesting to see the response of readers to this news. Last time I surveyed ProBlogger and dPS reader Google Reader was the #1 reader for subscribing RSS feeds among our readers.
The Productive Online Business Toolbox: My Must-Have Tools
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
MARCH 22, 2011
also have the Google Calendar gadget on my Gmail sidebar, so I have an easy way to access my upcoming meetings, appointments, and phone calls. Get notifications via Gmail Notifier : Google Notifier is a small app that tells me about new incoming email, much like Outlook does with its native app. Google Docs. I don’t live in Google Docs. Gmail. Filter! Rapportive.
Three Ways to Create Content through Stories
OCTOBER 19, 2011
Which blogs and media are in your Google Reader?” Three Ways to Create Content through Stories originally appeared on Spin Sucks on October 19, 2011. Communication Content content martin waxman PRSA soledad o'brien storytelling the mothOnce upon a time, storytelling was the way we passed information from generation to generation. Storytelling for Business.
Five models of content curation
APRIL 14, 2011
I’d love you to tak a look at this post by Rohit Bhargava: Five Models of Content Curation. This is a pretty good deconstruction of how we actively curate content for you here on SocialFishing, and it’s a useful way to think about particular kinds of posts you could be posting on your association or nonprofit blog relative to your industry topics. We like them a lot.
Is Google becoming evil?
The Way of the Web
NOVEMBER 3, 2011
Given the high standards Google set for itself with the aims of indexing the world’s information, and the mantra of ‘Don’t Be Evil’, it’s likely we hold it to higher standards than most companies. After all, if you’re paying $150,000 for Google Analytics Premium, you’d be expecting all information. That’s entirely lost now.
How to Design Your Content Strategy
OCTOBER 23, 2012
Here’s our follow-up post from Bob Le Drew, responding to questions that arose during his Think Tank Webinar on content strategy. Your New Content Strategy from Bob LeDrew – Translucid Communications. Content strategy is something that isn’t revolutionary – it’s not rocket science. Build a spreadsheet of the content you have to share online. Heatmaps.
10 Steps to Creating Reader-Oriented Blog Content
JANUARY 9, 2013
Reader-oriented blog content writing is simple once you are familiar with the basic building blocks required to draw the reader in and keep them reading. Here are 10 basic steps that will lead any blogger down the desired path to creating compelling content. 1) Know Your Reader. Instead of interrogating the reader, ask for their opinion. Be creative.
How to Get More Content for Your Blog
MARCH 13, 2013
One of the biggest challenges that bloggers face – whether they are blogging for themselves or their business – is creating enough content. Creating quality content takes a major investment of time and resources. If you’re struggling to create enough content, then here are some great ways to get additional content for your blog. Supplement with Content Curation.
Content Curation for Twitter: How To Be a "Thought Leader DJ"
SEPTEMBER 25, 2010
Content Curator is a DJ. On Twitter, you are mixing content, content that the audience you hope to engage will find--not only interesting--but, irresistible, irresistible enough to comment on, @reply, retweet, share, like, etc. Ultimately, you hope your followers will enlist their followers to follow you because of your great content. Whom do you know? Think 70-20-10.
How to Guarantee Your Editorial Calendar Works
Convince & Convert
AUGUST 11, 2015
Last fall I wrote a review on InboundWriter ; a web-based application (and sponsor of the Content Pros podcast) that forecasts how content will perform before it’s written. The truth is that most blog posts – and most content of any type, really – fails. Content Marketers continue to struggle with production and execution of high quality content.
Top 6 Ideas for Incredible Viral Content for Social Media.
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
JANUARY 28, 2010
Social Media Consultant and Tech Geek at Heart Home About Press Consulting Contact Sitemap Home > Internet , Marketing , Social Media > Top 6 Ideas for Incredible Viral Content Top 6 Ideas for Incredible Viral Content by Tamar Weinberg on October 29, 2007 Share As many of us alluded to earlier this month at SMX Social Media , viral content is king. People like lists. Teach us.
Facebook Reader a welcome feature
JUNE 29, 2013
Google will soon shelve Reader and this has created a lot of panicky online noise from ardent fans. have had a Reader account for several years now, but hadn’t really ever used it. I did, at one time, make use of an RSS reader called BlogBridge. I liked that it had the ability to search through feeds to find specific content. But little by little Twitter and Facebook have taken over the reader duties for me. I like that my online communities help surface the content that is most relevant to me and it seems to keep me up to date with news and events.
With the New Design, Twitter Kills RSS, Literally
Stay N' Alive
SEPTEMBER 20, 2010
The debate lies with the fact that more and more people are starting to use Twitter, Twitter lists, Facebook, and other social means to just get the news from the streams they follow on these sites rather than typical RSS Readers like Google Reader. This might also be why Google Reader still recognizes feeds when you enter user profile URLs in the “Add Subscription box.
My Top 33 Digital Marketing Blogs
Convince & Convert
AUGUST 24, 2014
used Google Reader for quite a while, but after it met its demise I retreated to a familiar and comfortable (for me) method of keeping up on what’s going on in the industry… email. Read the whole entry. » Digital Marketing blogs content marketing blogs digital marketing digital marketing blog email marketing blogs online marketing blogs social media blogs
Online Content Curation: The Key To Building Visibility, Authority And Value
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
When I first wrote about this , six years ago, I called this type of work newsmastering and newsradars , but now that the real-time element has come into play, as much as social media, video, Twitter and other new content sources, the original idea of what a newsmaster / content curator is and what tools and features are really needed has certainly started to change. But not only.
End Of Blogs
MARCH 14, 2013
love Twitter , Facebook , Google+ and other places to publish, share and connect too, but I have a soft spot for blogs. It was a punch in the gut yesterday to read this tweet from Gina Trapani : "Wow, Google Reader shutting down. Watch for 'Subscribe in Google+.'" " So, am I supposed to forget about this blog and just post what I'm thinking about on Google+ or Facebook or tumblr or whatever? Confession time. I was a die-hard user and evangelist for Google Reader. haven't looked at Google Reader in months. content.
2897 Words on How to Create Viral Content (The Key Element Behind.
AUGUST 12, 2010
As the final paragraph is the least important, their editing does not affect the article too much. I’ve already shared how I personally became a much better writer (though I don’t rate myself that highly) and now I want to get into the specifics of how to create compelling content. think headline and content plays a major role. Home What the F ? Cloud Living Say "Hi!"
How publishers curate the world of content
SEPTEMBER 24, 2010
eMedia Vitals Vital Answers eMedia Jobs Blog How GEO scales international content to local markets Blog NewsTilt lesson: Know thy audience Blog A ‘niche within a niche’: Behavioral targeting. Content providers are experimenting with all sort of ways for editors and technology to push outside content to readers, whether through aggregation or curation (for a lengthy discussion about the difference, check out the Nieman Journalism Lab ). Unlike some other platforms, Evri is a consumer-focused site that would compete with a Digg or Google News. Copy Foursquare.
Sharing Content in Another Stream
JANUARY 21, 2010
Justin Levy Marketing and Social Media Home About Archives Contact Disclosures Newsletter Speaking Sharing Content in Another Stream Written on January 21, 2010 by Justin Levy in google , social media , twitter 21 Comments - Leave a comment! Sure, I push my Google Reader shared items through FriendFeed and I share a handful of posts daily through my Twitter account.
Content Curation: Learning from others and sharing their knowledge
OCTOBER 3, 2010
Go to Home Page: Access Key 1 Skip to Main Menu: Access Key 2 Skip to Section Menu: Access Key 3 Skip to Main Content: Access Key S Skip to Search: Access Key 4 Skip to Footer: Access Key 5 Cool Its not just an attitude , its my name. Some of you have actually been curating content for years, others are just hearing about it, so it seems a good topic for discussion. Thanks again!
The End Of Blogging?
OCTOBER 14, 2015
lamented the death of Google Reader , and still - to this day - love to hit the publish button. Content is everywhere. . the longer pieces of content. Suddenly, blog-like content is finding a serious home in places like LinkedIn , Medium and now, Facebook's Notes. It is because we are all content creators, publishers and skimmers of the feed. Many writers are putting more effort into those headlines, than the actual value of the content. Personally, I am curious to see what might happen, if content like this first appears on Facebook's Notes.
3 New Tools That Can Help You Create Better Content, Convert More Readers and Conquer Higher Search Rankings
MAY 11, 2012
Anybody can be a content marketer … but not everyone can be a good or even great content marketer who creates articles that convert and rank high in the search engines on a consistent basis. Eric showed us one of them— the Content Strategy Generator Tool —earlier today, but I wanted to show you three others that are definitely worth experimenting with. The Web Search filter.
6 cool curation sites you may not have heard of
OCTOBER 21, 2013
This was sparked by the death of Google Reader, which depressed me so much that I stopped reading blogs altogether for a while. (By the way – I am currently using Feedly, but only reluctantly, and I’ve discovered I was tired of reading what I was reading, so culled it down to around 30 blogs. Content Strategy Featured Social Learning Social, In Theory Anyway.
Why Buffer, HootSuite and Post Planner are the Holy Trinity of Managing Social Media
JUNE 21, 2012
When it comes to staying on top of social media, one of the big challenges we have is to find the social media tools that will help us achieve a happy medium between curating, listening, engaging and producing content. And, as a matter of fact, Krishna De asked me just that not so long ago: Here is what makes Buffer critical for me: it integrates with Google Reader. What to do?
Why Readers Are More Important Than Google
Small Business Mavericks
JANUARY 15, 2014
Everyone wants to impress Google. But will Google pay your bills? Unless you have a Made For AdSense website, and even then it’s a crapshoot, Google is not going to send you a check at the end of the month to say “thank you” for posting your content. If you write great content that is helpful to your readers, then there’s more than a reasonable chance that some of them will become paying customers. That’s why they’re more important than Google. ” True. No new visitors and certainly no new customers.
The New Dilemma: Social Media Exposes Us to Too Much, Too Often
Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg
DECEMBER 26, 2012
The way that we explore and discover content on the Internet has drastically changed in the last decade. The first major step forward was with Google which organized the Internet so that anyone could run accurate searches on specific topics they found interesting. The next evolution in content discovery came with the social revolution. This is a guest post by Jason Butlion.
This Week in Social Media – 6/26/13
Social Media Marketing
JUNE 26, 2013
Each week, I compose a newsletter for our team that includes a series of links about current events and trends in the worlds of technology, social media, mobile, communications and marketing in order to keep our wider team up to date on changes, newsworthy items and content that might be useful in their jobs. Facebook is working on a news reader. Content Stuck for what to post?
Can Social Media Disrupt Your Life Or Career? 5 Tips For Managing The Timesink
SEPTEMBER 3, 2012
Worker Smarter - Rather than spending your time surfing sites or reading tweets, have the content your really care about delivered to you using RSS feeds or through targeted Twitter lists. Social media offers a lot of great opportunities and access to information. At the extreme, it might even end up in a lost job or a failed relationship. Cheers! –Sean.
NewsPulse Gives CNN.com a New Way to Showcase Popular Content
OCTOBER 27, 2009
Related posts: The Wrap, Newser and Content Aggregation: How Much Attribution is Enough? The Most Popular News Sites on YouTube Google Living Stories – Just Snazzy Topic Pages or is Google onto Something? Real-time Blogroll (via Google Reader) About.com Founder Scott Kurnit Launches Huge New Startup Called "AdKeeper" New Digg Buttons Released - Upgrade Now!
Search and Social Weekly (1.10)
Josh S Peters
MARCH 19, 2013
Last week we saw some great announcements from Pinterest (of which I’ve already taken advantage ) as well as some great new things from Google+ and some great content marketing resources. 1. Google Reader Alternatives: 3 Web Based RSS Readers to Manage Your Subscriptions via Kikolani. On July 1st, Google Reader says goodbye. That’s right.
Intent Is Everything
APRIL 23, 2012
If parents are thinking about the content that they need to consume to become better parents, then they have the intent and self-awareness to be a better parent. have not looked at my Google Reader RSS feeds in a very, very long time. tend to get the information I need from e-newsletters (I know, this is very old school of me) or people I respect and follow in places like Facebook, Google Plus , Twitter and beyond. have every intention of following, reading and then even creating content based of these interactions, but I don't. content. google plus.