Follow my blog with Bloglovin
Posted on 5th August 2015 by Ali Isaac
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I’ve been following you on Bloglovin’ for ages Ali, you were already stalked there and you didn’t know it 😉
Awesome, Ali! I have not actually heard of bloglovin before… but probably should have. 🙂 Another social media platform?
Kind of. I think it puts all your blogs in one place, and you can organised them, so that they’re easier to follow. I’m still having problems with notifications going into spam. I’ll have to live without emailvforca day or two to get that one sorted, but maybe I can get bloglovin sorted first, so I don’t miss anything… Fingers crossed!
I already do 🙂
OMG, you have gone to the Dark side Ali, I tried that some time ago when I was tring to juggle two blogs, but found it more troublesome. LEt me know how you find it, maybe I was doing it wrong or things might have changed 🙂
Best of luck
I thought it may be a good way of managing all the blogs I follow, Ed. I’m still blogging with WordPress, ain’t going nowhere!
LOL, It might be, I didnt really give it enough time to make an informed descision, please let me know how you fair 🙂
Will do… Although it may take some time to get up and running lol!
No doubt, thats why I jacked it in 🙂
If I may wedge myself into the conversation, I’ve been using Bloglovin for a while now and I’m reasonably happy with it. It allows me to organise the blogs I follow (150 at present), taking the posts I don’t want to read out of hte queue. You can also organise blogs in groups, which is very handy.
Sometimes, I don’t know why, the site doesn’t work properly, and it’s very very essential, but it’s a big inprovement over the WordPress Reader. I couldn’t manage the reader anymore, because of so many new posts coming everyday and the inability to organise them on the Reader.
Hope this helps 🙂
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That’s exactly what I was hoping for! I have the same issue with the reader, so follow all my fave blogs by email, but there are so many, that my email is constantly swamped. Wading through it is hard work.
I find it quite handy.
I also had a look into Feedly, which is very similar. Maybe even a bit more sophisticated. But then I stayed with Bloglovin because Bloglovig can also be used as kind of a social. People can see my likes and follow me or the people I like. I don’t think this is the case with Feedly.
Thanks for all that info… Very useful!
Why the change. Or are you planning on two blogs?
I’m still with WordPress ,Jack! Bloglovin is meant to be a good way of managing all the blogs I follow, that’s all.
Fair enough. I’ll stick with email notifications. 😉
DONE Ali 😀
Welcome to Bloglovin’ Ali. I hope you find it useful.
Thanks Hugh! Trying to work out how to add all my blogs that I follow… do I have to add them all individually? That’ll take forever!
Afraid so, and you won’t find them all on here. Unless they have signed up then they won’t show. I suggest you wait for people to find you on here. You’ll get an email from Bloglovin’ when ever anyone follows you. You can then just follow them back and unsubscribe from any other notifications you get when they publish a post.
When I first started I searched for max 5 a day. That way it was quick and I didn’t spend a huge amount of one day trying to find everyone.
That’s a good idea!
What is this craziness?
I have no idea! I’m trying to find a way to manage my blog following better, Hugh told me about Bloglovin, and it sounded like a good idea, but I may have to search for all the blogs I follow individually, which is not such a good idea lol!
Bloglovin sends out one email per day with links to all the new posts of blogs you follow, rather then the one email for every single new post published via WordPress. It will reduce the amount of emails you get from WordPress unless, of course, you choose to get notification emails of new posts from WordPress once a week. However, Bloglovin’ send one email out for all new posts from all blogs you follow, whereas WordPress do it by blogger.
And that sounds good to me! Pity WP doesn’t do the same thing!
I agree. Maybe they will…one day? Then again that will probably mean another update and that, in itself, causing a lot of problems.
Lol! You’re not wrong there!!!
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