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  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 1 The Best Alternatives To Google Reader
  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 2 1. Feedly 2. Newsblur 3. Old Reader Overview Source:http://www.higher-education-marketing.com/blog/google-reader-alternatives
  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 3 Feedly shares many of the functionalities of Google Reader, such as keyboard shortcuts and tags, but offers a much more attractive interface, turning your feeds into a magazine-like reader. 1. Feedly Source:http://www.higher-education-marketing.com/blog/google-reader-alternatives
  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 4  It is available for Chrome, Firefox, Safari as well as on iPhone, iPad, and Android.  The application allows you to share content on Twitter and Facebook, Linkedin, Pinterest as well as via email. It is also free, just like Google Reader.  Simple steps to subscribe to Feedly: 1. Go to Feedly’s website 2. Get Feedly for Chrome/Safari or Firefox 3. Connect via Google Reader 4. Allow the access 1. Feedly Source:http://www.higher-education-marketing.com/blog/google-reader-alternatives
  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 5  Newsblur’s interface is very similar to Google Reader’s.  It allows you to import all your subscriptions from Google Reader without creating a new account.  It also allows you to hide or highlight specific content pieces.  Just like Feedly, Newsblur lets you to share content on social media.  However, a main difference is that Newsblur enables you to follow friends and to add comments to what you are sharing. For that, just connect your Newsblur account to your social media profiles. When you find an interesting story, click on the share button. A small comment section will appear. 2. Newsblur Source:http://www.higher-education-marketing.com/blog/google-reader-alternatives
  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 6  Simple steps to subscribe to Newsblur: 1. Go to the Newsblur website 2. Sign up or Login in 3. Enter a username, password and your Gmail address 4. Create account 5. You will be asked for a payment. You can ignore this request and on the same page re-enter website address 6. A Welcome from Newsblur appears. Click on Let's get started 7. Then click on Import from Google Reader 8. Accept access to your Google Reader 9. Install the bookmarklet to share on Newsblur 10. Connect with friends (via Twitter or Facebook) (you can skip this step too) 2. Newsblur Source:http://www.higher-education-marketing.com/blog/google-reader-alternatives
  • What Are The Best Alternatives To Google Reader Slide 7  Really popular among users who are switching to a new RSS feed, Old Reader is a web-based beta feed reader modeled after the old Google Reader.  So for those of you who loathe change and are not interested in testing other alternatives, this clone of Google Reader may be the right choice.  A major downside is its sluggishness to import subscriptions from Google Reader. Note that the Old Reader has no social features.  Simple steps to subscribe to Old Reader  Go to the Website  Click on Connect with Google  Accept access to Google  Import subscriptions: Choose an OPML file (You can grab it From Google Reader settings page) and import 3. Old Reader Source:http://www.higher-education-marketing.com/blog/google-reader-alternatives
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