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Making the switch to Bloglovin

"Earlier this week Google announced it was to withdraw its Google Reader service due to declining interest in the RSS content aggregator.

The Keep Google Reader Running petition on generated more than 400,000 page views since Wednesday.
At least eight related petitions have been started on the site since Wednesday, several of which also have thousands of signatures.
“People were clearly shocked and dismayed about Google’s decision, and they came to to make their voices heard.” said Charlotte Hill, a spokesperson for the website.
Google made the announcement in its company blog, saying: "There are two simple reasons for this: usage of Google Reader has declined, and as a company we are pouring all of our energy into fewer products,"

Looking for a new way to follow and keep updated on your favourite blogs?

Well, let me introduce you to something called Bloglovin'.

"We created bloglovin´ so you wouldn’t have to visit un-updated blogs, open ten windows in your browser, or forget your favorite blogs' web-addresses. With bloglovin´, we wanted to make your blog-reading fun and easy.

Sounds sweet! How does it work?
Just add all the blogs you want to follow, and then you’ll get notified every time one of your favorite blogs has written a new blog post."

Bloglovin' have made an exceptionally great little tool on their site, allowing anyone who has joined up to sync their GFC blogs with Bloglovin' in one easy step.

Follow the instructions to import your followers to Bloglovin' HERE
Follow me on Bloglovin' HERE

Have a sweet day!

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Hello! I am Torie Jayne. This is my blog about all things pretty and creative, from shabby chic interiors to gluten-free baking, via decorative crafts and stylish boutiques.

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