You’ve probably heard this already, but because I have thousands of RSS subscribers on this blog, I feel somewhat obligated to put out a brief message about it. Google Reader is going away effective July 1st.
What does this mean? You need to move your subscriptions somewhere else if you don’t want to lose them! Right now, I am using Feedly. It’s a cool-looking alternative to Google Reader, has more customization features, and a pretty robust mobile phone app.
Rather than reinvent the wheel here, I’ll just point you to an article on SEOmoz (now called “Moz”) that explains how to get your feeds off Google Reader and onto another service. The article also reviews different RSS readers (a new one each week), ranking Feedly as #1.
If you want to subscribe to My 4-Hour Workweek via e-mail (so that you can all new blog posts sent to your e-mail – and I promise, you won’t get anything else!), you can put your e-mail address in the top bar at the very top of my blog’s homepage.
If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment here. Otherwise, be sure to move your subscriptions sometime this month.
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