Tag Archives: Google Reader

LinkedIn Jumps on the Feed Reader Craze, Buys P

Every since Google announced that they were shutting down Google Reader, a dozen others have popped up with plans to fill the void. Today’s entry comes…
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Digg Does The Google Reader Survey That Google Should’ve Done

It’s ironic that the best survey of Google Reader users that’s probably ever been done is being done by Digg. About a month…
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What the Death of Google Reader REALLY Means

Pack your bags, Google Reader. It was nice knowing you. For those of you who didn't catch wind of the news last week,…
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6 Feed Readers to Replace the Google Reader Void

So July 1st is looming in the distance with gray clouds hanging heavy and your anxiety is building as to what you’re going to…
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CLOSING GOOGLE READER IS DANGEROUS

I’m a dedicated Google Reader user, spending hours each day using it to keep up on any number of topics. So my knee-jerk…
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What Google Reader’s Shut Down Means For Bloggers & Publishers

There’s been a lot of crying and screaming in the past few days since Google said it would close Google Reader on July 1st. Personally,…
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Content Readers are Hot

It's been more than two years since I published the beginnings of a list ofpower tools for content aggregation and curation, and content…
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Feedly Continues To Eat Up Google Reader Mobile Users

Since the announcement of Google Reader closing shop July 1, Feedly has taken the lead for top news app on Androids, iPhones and iPads. After…
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The Cost of Privacy Helped Google’s Decision to End Reader

So for all of the conspiracy theories surroundings Google’s decision to shutter its popular (well, popular is a relative measurement isn’t it) Reader…
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The Surprising Marketing Benefit Now that Google Reader is Going Away

Last week, Google announced it’s shutting down the much-loved Google Reader. As often occurs in these cases, the Internet—including me—lost its collective mind.…
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