Google’s decision to shut down Google Reader as of July 1st, 2013 has left many people scurrying for an alternative. As a fervent user of Google Reader for many years, I can understand the panic over its loss. The good news is that there are several other viable RSS options, but none as well suited for my needs as Feedly.
I love Feedly for several reasons: the easy migration of data from Google Reader to Feedly, its beautiful and clean magazine-type layout, and the seamless integration with Buffer. I am an avid fan of Buffer and use it daily as a content management tool. Not using it? Find out what you are missing!
What is Feedly
Feedly is a cloud based RSS aggregator and reader that is available for web browsers and mobile operating systems. For someone like me who spends a considerable amount of time scanning the web for shareable content, a reader like Feedly is a must.
Feedly assists users by organizing content into pre-determined categories. With an RSS reader, you no longer need to bounce from one blog to the next. You can now access your favorite blogs all in one location. It’s a perfect time management solution!
Rebekah believes that social media has transformative powers when it is used correctly and integrated in to a strategic marketing plan.
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