Want to get [chrisbrogan.com] sent to your favorite reader of choice? Why swing by the site when you can have it sent to the place where you start your reading day? Hey, don’t get me wrong. If you want to drop in and check out the actual web page itself, I always love visitors, and if you’re here via the front page, check out the nifty MyBlogLog widget in the corner. I love that, because it gives me a sense of who’s dropped by lately. Nice to see people I know there, and fun to find new folks.
But, if you want to speed up your ability to consume blogs, and then find more ways to consume them when you have a moment, give some of these alternatives a view. You might find that having more than one way to get at someone’s content isn’t a bad thing, either. With the iPhone (shhh, @NickSaber), I find that my Google Reader habits have changed a bit. Do you read blogs at the desk *and* mobile?
Here are some ways to get my blog sent to you automatically.
Lots of folks still seem to like getting their blog reading sent to their inbox, newsletter style. We can do that:
Are you a Yahoo person?
How about Bloglines?
I myself prefer Google Reader:
Or you can put it pretty much anywhere using this:
Finally, if you just don’t really like using RSS directly, use something clean and simple like Alltop. I’m down there on the bottom right.
That’s the cool thing about blogs. You can get them sent to you the way you want them, and read them at your leisure. Cool, eh?
Who are you reading lately that’s cool? Should I be subscribed?
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