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Google is shutting down Google Reader. This is going to have a significant impact on how we all read our favorite blogs online. You only have a few weeks to find another RSS reader. What are you going to do when Google Reader shuts down? Google Reader is shutting its doors on July 1st, 2013.

To ensure that you continue getting the latest blog posts from The Dividend Pig and other great personal finance blogs, you will need to find another RSS Reader. Luckily, I’ve got some great recommendations for you.

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What To Do Without Google Reader?

I love reading my favorite personal finance blogs and other great websites like the Dividend Ninja, Money Q&A, and others, and I don’t want to miss anything when Google Reader shuts down. So, what do you do now?

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Find A New RSS Reader Fast!

Here are a few good alternative RSS Readers that you should consider trying out. I’ve heard some great things and just started using Feedly to follow the blogs I want to keep up with.

  • Feedly – Thought to be the best alternative to Google Reader because of its speed, minimalist style, and the fact that it is FREE!! There is talk of them working on a “Pro” version that could keep them from suffering the same fate as the Google Reader.
  • NewsBlur – Costs $2 per month. In the past, they used to offer a free account and may decide to do that again in the future. But, for not, $2 per month isn’t too bad.
  • Netvibes – This RSS reader service has been around for a long time, but they have been focused on expensive social analytics. Although, they recently relaunched free accounts too.

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Email Is A Great Way To Subscribe!

Get an email every time a new article posts on The Dividend Pig. The email will come right in your inbox. It is the best way to keep up with new content on the site  after Google Reader shuts down on July 1st.

You can also always follow The Dividend Pig on Facebook and tweet with The Dividend Pig on Twitter!

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