Bloglines is Shutting Down October 1

For those of you who use bloglines, make sure you export your subscriptions to another RSS reader. It would be a real shame if you didn’t know that and lost all your subscriptions. Just go to bloglines and follow the directions on the main page. Looks like it is a business decision on their part.

I will be making a few subscription adjustments to this blog in the coming weeks. If you aren’t subscribed to this blog via facebook (networked blogs), google reader or email subscription I would highly recommend it. The days of clicking on links to visit blogs to see if they have new content is dead. If you are still doing that you are wasting a tremendous amount of time as subscriptions will bring you new content in real time, as it is published. Click on the links in this post or at the left side of this blog to subscribe. Thanks to all who have. It is encouraging to see roughly 120 people see new posts in their email whenever something is published.

About mattdabbs
I am a minister, husband, and father. My wife and I live and minister in Saint Petersburg, Florida. My primary ministry responsibilities include: small groups, 20s and 30s, involvement, and adult education.

3 Responses to Bloglines is Shutting Down October 1

  1. You need to get hooked up with Twitter, too, Matt. I read somewhere that Twitter has reduced Google Reader’s traffic by 20% in the last year.

  2. Clint says:

    I was using Bloglines and had to switch to a different RSS reader a couple days ago. I am now using FeedDemon, which is not browser-based. It is a free program with a very similar layout to Bloglines (which I liked), but with more options. So far I like it alot.

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