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Do you enter your email address to follow your favorite blog? Or, do you add to your bookmark list to check for updates regularly? In what way do you keep up with favorite blogs to see what's new?
If I like a blog, I might subscribe to the RSS so I can read new posts whenever I want. But usually I don't want to be bothered with more emails.
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I have an app on my Chrome browser that updates me with RSS feeds from favorite blogs in my niche and it always gives me insider access to industry stories I might want to cover on my own sites.
There was a time when I used to follow the blogs. I use to go to the blogs to read contents. I even left comments. This had two purpose, to backlink my website and read the interesting content. I had to stop doing this because I did not have time to read and backlinking was not working. Currently, I read blogs only when I find something interesting. I was also following blogs of my friends in order to do a favor. However, you cannot continue to do favor if you are extremely busy.
I just try to check them up once in a while especially when I'm looking for information that concerns those blogs. I've been using a device that's low on RAM and bookmarking some of those sites can slow down it's performance.
I bookmaker my favorite blogs to easily access them whenever I need to check up any thing in there.I don't like dropping my email on sites so I do more of bookmarking sites.
I do follow blogs that has interested me and I don't mind subscribing since I designate an email for these types. I generally enjoy following and making use of informative and interesting blog sites.
I actually don’t follow blogs but what I do is to search the particular blog that I always want to read. You may say that using the search engine is a long cut (opposed to short cut) but that’s my habit. Besides, it is my way of testing the other search engines. In other words, I patronize search engines that way instead of just testing it with nonsensical searches.