Sunday, September 26, 2010

t0 change or not to change?

This is one of those times that I wish I had hundreds of readers on my blog. 

I want to switch my reader.

I used to use bloglines.  But, when I upgraded my computer to office 2007, I liked the ability to subscribe outlook to RSS feeds.  It was handy to have them all right there in my inbox each time I updated.

But recently, my RSS Feeds have been jacked up in outlook 2007.  Some of the sites I subscribe to end up sending me some of the same updates over and over and over again…. and I’m sure they aren’t repeating their posts. 

So, I’ve been considering whether I should change to a new source.  The ones I’m considering:




Sometimes I wonder where they get their names. ?

Anyway, this is why I wish I had a lot of followers.  I’d like your opinion.  So… if you EVER read my blog…even if you NEVER comment… I’m begging you… delurk and comment now. 

Answer these questions:

1. Do you use an RSS Feed reader?

2. Which one do you use?

3. Why do you use that one?

4. Are you satisfied with it?

5. What do you recommend?


Abbie said...

i use the follow button. :)
i like it a lot.
im very satisfied. :)

Sarah@Life in the Parsonage said...

I use google reader, I started when I switched to gmail and I like it a lot. It's simple. I haven't even heard of the others you listed. I'm such a loser. ;)

DidiLyn said...

I use the google reader/follow button. The when I open up Blogger dashboard, I see all the blogs I follow.
Google reader is good, but sometimes can get confusing for me. (Yes. I am confused by google reader.At times.)

Mockers said...

I don't use an RSS feeder. I figured I spend enough time reading stuff as it is.