Friday, June 28, 2013

Friday Question: Blog Reading

Hello Boogerbutts.  As I write to you, I am officially done with my work day and even though I'm still in my prep clothes, I am OFF THE CLOCK - until Monday @11am.

You can't see, but I'm doing a little boogie in my chair.

Now my question.  How do you read and/or organize your blog rolls?  Do you use Feedly (I think it's called), or Blog Lovin'?  What works for you?

Or, what doesn't work for you?  And why?

Right now I have individual blog rolls, but I'm looking for a more efficient way to organize and read blogs.

Thanks and boogie boogie :-]

18 comments:

  1. I do not organize my blog rolls. I don't think I have any blog rolls to organize. But if I ever do have them, I will be asking your advice on how to organize them :)

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    1. You didn't make a blog roll yet? They are fun, but now I have too many and I'd like to get it in better shape.

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  2. I use both, although Feedly is the main one. Within both, I have multiple folders so I can keep up with everyone I follow.

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    1. I remember you talking about that before. I think I'll have to give it a go, because the system I have now just isn't working, anymore. Thanks.

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  3. Have no idea what a blog roll is or does. I have the blogs I follow listed on my own blog, with the newest post up on top. It's what works for me!

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    1. That's what a blogroll is, and it did work for me for a long time. That list on my own page. But now, especially with coupon blogs, I want something a little more organized.

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  4. Mine are manually organized. I keep an ongoing folder of new blogs I've found and update my blog rolls periodically to include the new ones. It is not a perfect system, but so far it works.

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    1. That's good though, that it works for you. That's what I want, something that works for me, now that my old system no longer does.

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  5. I just use the standard feed

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    1. That was working for me for awhile.

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  6. I'm interested to read the answers. This is my Sunday chore, to select Feedly or Bloglovin.

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    1. Feedly seems like it would work, so I'll give it a go this weekend, as well.

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  7. I'm still using several blogrolls but I may look at this Feedly thing?

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    1. Yeah, that's what I'm thinking, too.

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  8. I just have my blogrolls these days (one for gaming and one for everything else) so I can scan down, reading the headlines - and sometimes the first sentence of a piece - and decide if I want to read the rest.

    Every so often I'll go through and have a purge of dead or faded blogs.

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    1. I do purge dead blogs as well, and I swear, each time I do that, I accidentally remove myself from a blog that I didn't want to leave.

      Duh.

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  9. I plan on switching to Feedly if they really take away our reading list come July 1. I keep hearing conflicting stories about what's going away and what isn't. Right now I use my blog roll and then my reading list.

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  10. I just read my blog reading list straight as is. Mind you, I'm more than a week behind at present.

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