On The Death Of Google Reader

Waxing UnLyrical

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.” On The Death Of Google Reader is a post from: Waxing UnLyrical.

Advanced Tips for Google Reader

SocialFish

Deirdre Reid has another great 101 post about Google Reader. As it happens, I LOVE Google Reader and I have TONS of Reader tips for ya! Google Reader comes up with other posts you might find interesting.

11 Google Reader Alternatives to Consider

Kikolani

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. Digg Reader.

BREAKING: Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1

SocialFish

From the Official Google Blog : We launched Google Reader in 2005 in an effort to make it easy for people to discover and keep tabs on their favorite websites. So, on July 1, 2013, we will retire Google Reader. Any advice from you, dear readers, is welcome.

How To Replace Google Reader

Small Business Mavericks

If you’re concerned that the demise of Google Reader will kill your blog, rest your eyes. Set up e-mail subscription – Few people within the general public ever figured out RSS enough to use an RSS reader, but everyone understands e-mail. You should be promoting your blog posts through social media , and that includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+. Google Reader may be dying, but it’s not the end of the world.

Google Reader’s Demise is Irrelevant for Blogs

Convince & Convert

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. Google Reader was once a convenient and linear way to find blogs and blog posts.

Micro Persuasion: Become a Knowledge Management Ninja with Google Reader

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Become a Knowledge Management Ninja with Google Reader. I have been using various RSS readers for nearly five years now - Ive tried them all. However, none matches the power of Google Reader. The Core Philosophy: Google Reader is a database and a feed reader.

The Death of Google Reader: Did Email Kill the RSS Star?

Stay N' Alive

I 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). Compared to that, Google Reader was minuscule. Alas, the day has come.

Are You Reading This in Google Reader?

Stay N' Alive

Google Reader is being discontinued on July 1st. Click through the post and comment below if you read this post in Google Reader. Technology social google reader Google

How I Organize Google Reader for Blog Commenting

Kikolani

In Google Reader, of course. Why I Use Google Reader. The main reason I use Google Reader is convenience. I can access my RSS feeds on any computer I am logged into my Google account. Google Reader & Blog Commenting.

Google Reader Alternatives: 3 Web Based RSS Readers to Manage Your Subscriptions

Kikolani

If you follow my writing, you probably know how much I love Google Reader. On July 1st, Google Reader says goodbye. The Learn More takes you to a page that tells you what you can export using their Google Takeout tool, but nothing in the way of alternatives.

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5 Excellent Productivity Tips For Google Reader

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Google Tutor. Your how-to guide for Google with Google tutorials, tips for using Google and advice. 5 Excellent Productivity Tips For Google Reader. Written by: Abhijeet Mukherjee on Wednesday, June 18th, 2008 Posted to: Reader 6 comments, add yours! There are no doubts about the fact that Google Reader is the best browser based RSS reader available. Master the Google Reader Keyboard Shortcuts. Google Reader.

4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader

Buzz Marketing for Technology

Google Tutor. Your how-to guide for Google with Google tutorials, tips for using Google and advice. 4 Easy Ways of Subscribing to Feeds in Google Reader. Phil on Thursday, June 26th, 2008 Posted to: RSS/Atom , Reader One comment, add yours! Google Reader is a very popular online tool for reading RSS feeds. As a result, the number of ways to get a new feed in to Google Reader has multiplied. Google Reader.

Miss My Google Reader Updates? Here Are 4 Ways You Can Still Get Relevant Tech News

Stay N' Alive

If you're an avid Google Reader user like me, you are well aware of the recent changes Google Reader made to their interface, removing the ability to share news with friends, and as a result, killing the means for over 1,500 of you to receive relevant tech news updates from me.

Breaking Google Reader on the wheel of Google +?

The Way of the Web

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+. ‘in a week’s time we’ll be retiring things like friending, following and shared link blogs inside of Reader.’ Google hording data inside Google+?

What’s Your Reaction to the Retirement of Google Reader?

ProBlogger

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. Do you use Google Reader?

Facebook Reader a welcome feature

Sherrilynne Starkie

Google will soon shelve Reader and this has created a lot of panicky online noise from ardent fans. I 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. But little by little Twitter and Facebook have taken over the reader duties for me. The report says Facebook Readers will pull in not news stories and will intersperses them with Facebook friend’s updates.

The Productive Online Business Toolbox: My Must-Have Tools

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

I 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. Google Reader. I don’t care what people tell you about RSS dying — Google Reader is still pretty darn awesome.

Why Readers Are More Important Than Google

Small Business Mavericks

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.

Sharing Content in Another Stream

Justin Levy

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!

With the New Design, Twitter Kills RSS, Literally

Stay N' Alive

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.

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Loud Noises Be Gone! Mute Posts by Source in Google Buzz

Stay N' Alive

Google just entered the scale of FriendFeed with the same level of granularity in what you want to receive. UPDATE: The post by Rick Klau was actually a re-share of a post by the Google Buzz Team here: [link].

Is Google becoming evil?

The Way of the Web

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. WTF Google?

A rather busy week…

The Way of the Web

No more Link Love Monthly…

SocialFish

In a good way, of course, but we have to cut somewhere… I am, however, maniacal about “inbox zero&# when it comes to my Google Reader (from where of course I pulled the best stuff for my Link Love Monthly posts), and I share good stuff every day.

The “Must-Have&# Tool Kit of Social Media Citizen Vol. 2

Social Media Citizens

Google Alerts. Google Reader. Google Analytics. There are as many social media tools as there are posts about these tools.

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My Top 33 Digital Marketing Blogs

Convince & Convert

I 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. Digital marketing blogs may be numerous, but I find them to still be critical.

3 Marketing Tools I Miss (and Their Alternatives)

Kikolani

Feedly only measures shares through their reader, Facebook, and Google +1′s. Google Reader. Google Reader only has a few more days before it is retired. Google Reader Alternatives.

The Hottest Marketing News of the Week

Writtent Blog

Google Reader Shutdown a Sobering Reminder That ‘Our’ Technology Isn’t Ours Maybe you are one of the furious media people [.]. Even if you didn’t experience serious rise and falls this week, the global marketing world is all about change and move.

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Interview with Social Media Citizen: Gemma Went

Social Media Citizens

I start the day by browsing Google Reader , digesting posts that keep me abreast of news and developments. Behind that would be Google Reader , LinkedIn , Facebook and Foursquare. Google Reader – for my daily read.

What’s your Social Media diet?

Buzz Marketing for Technology

I can say that life was a lot more chaotic before I found Google Reader (hat tip to Robert Scoble who turned me on to Google Reader). My advice would be don’t let Google Reader (or any social activity) over run your life – remember you are in control!

Enter to Win 1 of 3 Lifetime Memberships to ElegantThemes

Kikolani

Be sure to follow Kristi on Twitter , Facebook , and Google+. If you are subscribed through a RSS reader like Feedly - my Google Reader alternative of choice - please click here to subscribe to the new feed link. Are you in the market for new WordPress themes ?

End Of Blogs

Twist Image

I 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? I haven't looked at Google Reader in months.

A Digital Lens on the U.S. Election

Dave Fleet

It’s why I continue to make a point of staying connected with people who I know don’t share my views on things, and why (until Google shut it down) Google Reader provided me with a regular dose of new perspectives – what Chris Brogan once termed the “Serendipity Effect”. One day after the U.S. election and the dissection of the reasons for the outcome is well underway.

Interview with Social Media Citizen: Paul Dunay | Social Media.

Social Media Citizens

G: ) My day starts early at 5:30 am (sleeping is over rated) where I clean out my inbox from the night before (yes I am a “go to zero” inbox guy) then I start cruising my Google reader where I have organized my 300 plus blogs that I follow – reading learning and tweeting out what I find.

The New Dilemma: Social Media Exposes Us to Too Much, Too Often

Techipedia: Tamar Weinberg

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. Google Reader is a great free service which consolidates your blog subscriptions into a single, convenient reader.

Primers for small biz owners getting started with social media

SocialFish

We obviously don’t work with small business here at SocialFish, so I had to do some scouring to find the best resources for individual business owners – as there’s basically way too much info out there if you’re just Googling.

Are You Listening?

Small Business Mavericks

Here are a few I recommend: Google Alerts. Google Reader. Google Alerts help you do that by honing in on certain keywords that are important to you. Google will notify you when those keywords are mentioned online – in a blog post, on a website, in social media, or wherever. With Google Reader you can keep track of certain blogs in your niche – competitor blogs as well as third-party news blogs that report on important news.

Interview with Social Media Citizen: Chris Hall

Social Media Citizens

My top sites include: www.redcubemarketing.com www.chrisbrogan.com www.treypennington.com www.brasstackthinking.com www.conversationagent.com My days include time in Tweetdeck , Social Mention , Google Reader and visits to LinkedIn and Facebook.

Search and Social Weekly (1.10)

Josh S Peters

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. Google Reader Alternatives: 3 Web Based RSS Readers to Manage Your Subscriptions via Kikolani.

Tools for Monitoring Online Conversations: Part 2 of Monitor Your Brand Online

Harp Interactive

Online Reputation Monitoring can be as simple as creating alerts on Google or as comprehensive as subscribing to a syndicated monitoring service like Radian6 that gives you a complete platform to listen, measure and engage with your customers across the entire social web. Google Blog search.

Can Social Media Disrupt Your Life Or Career? 5 Tips For Managing The Timesink

SocMed Sean

Here are a few great articles that can help you with that: Finding Content For Your Blog With Google Reader Creating the Perfect Twitter Lists The Smart Worker’s Guide to Social Media Have you have experienced the “social media timewarp” of lost time?

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If You Didn’t Think RSS Was Dead Before, Facebook Just Killed it, Completely

Stay N' Alive

Sure enough, if you read Google trends , a natural interest in RSS fell by at least 50% back in 2013. People simply aren’t using RSS readers any more, and I’d argue if you even mention “RSS” people won’t even know what you’re talking about.

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