How to use Google Reader (Top Alternatives)

Top Alternatives for Google Reader

Google Reader has been discontinued. We want to thank all our loyal fans. We understand you may not agree with this decision, but we hope you’ll come to love these alternatives as much as you loved Reader. (http://www.google.com/reader/about/)

Here is a good post of the Top Alternatives for Google Reader:

http://gizmodo.com/10-google-reader-alternatives-that-will-ease-your-rss-p-5990540

Google Reader is a free tool that helps you stay up to date with what is happening around your business and letting you come up with fresh content ideas to engage your visitors, customers and the community with industry-related conversations.

Google Reader allows you to filter your news items from a range of content options like blogs, articles, news, videos, etc and pick content, which is the most relevant to your industry and thus letting you save a lot of time without having to go around all the junk you may receive.

Google Reader helps you become an avid blogger to be social in the blogosphere by establishing yourself as a thought leader and by commenting on other social blogs to build your credibility.

Google Reader builds your repertoire by following other blogs and enables your vision & senses to create innovative content ideas, participate on industry-based discussion and create valuable relationships to boost your social network.

Google Reader allows you to be consistent in your approach with staying updated with related industry terms by adding anything from 5 – 10 blogs on your reader and slowly increasing the list with time & usability.

Google Reader allows you to identify competing blogs & content ideas resources and prioritize who is prolific in your industry with a large following to match your search terms with feeds along with the subscriber counts.

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