The Death of Google Reader & How To Stay Subscribed to Beyond Photo Tips

Everyone is talking about it … the imminent death of Google Reader on July 1st, 2013 … and a ton of you are still using it. It’s time you did something about it, or you’ll lose all the RSS feeds you’ve ever collected! Not a happy thought! Here’s what you can do to stay connected to Beyond Photo Tips.

Follow us on RSS

Feedly seems like a worthy successor, and it allows you to migrate your Google Reader feeds automatically. Flipboard is another favourite. Others need you to insert our RSS feed’s URL manually – So here it is. https://www.beyondphototips.com/feed – Copy this link and add it to whichever RSS reader you prefer.

Check us out on Social Media

You can also keep track of the new content that we’re going to be putting out, starting July 2nd at our social media streams – Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Subscribe to our Email Newsletter

If you prefer, you can receive our latest posts by email. Just Subscribe here and you’ll get all the new stuff automatically.

What Do You Use?

If you use and love any other RSS reader, do let us know in the comments. I’d love to try out something new.

Help Us To Continue Creating

The easiest way to support Beyond Photo Tips is by using our affiliate links when you buy anything at all. It will never cost you anything extra, and we get a small commission from it, which helps us a LOT! Links below.

Some of the links to products on this website are affiliate links, and we only ever link out to gear that we recommend.

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Published: June 26, 2013 | Last Updated: July 28, 2021

2 thoughts on “The Death of Google Reader & How To Stay Subscribed to Beyond Photo Tips”

  1. I migrated all my feeds from Google Reader to Feedly, as it appears to be one of the most popular alternatives. While it is not quite as fully featured as Google Reader, I’ve been finding that it works well for me.

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