The End of RSS Google Reader (and Some Solutions)

By Mark Wiens 7 Comments



If you haven’t already heard, RSS Google Reader is shutting down on July 1st, 2013. That’s right, the service will no longer be available.

So if you follow by RSS Google Reader, I wanted to offer you a few solutions so that you can still receive articles in a reader.

I personally just started using Feedly, and they offer a 1-click-import of all your Google Reader subscriptions. So far I really like their service. Pulse is another good option.

Also, if you haven’t already signed up for my personal e-mail newsletter, you can do so by adding your name and e-mail adress below and clicking “Sign Up.”

By signing up you’ll receive my monthly newsletter and get exclusive tips and updates (and I’ve got lots of exciting things coming up… including a new free guide which you’ll love).

Thank you again for following Migrationology!

– Mark

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  • High Rated Gabru

    3 years ago

    Thanks for the info.

  • 2 Global Nomad

    11 years ago

    Sorry for the stupid comment, but we have not figured out yet why we would need a reader. Never used one. Do you use it? Why?

    • Mark Wiens

      11 years ago

      Hey, no, no problem. It’s mostly to be able to track a bunch of different blogs without having to remember them all and without typing all their urls in. You can also make lists of blogs you’re following, like food, travel. I personally don’t really use a reader, but some people do really like them.

  • Stefan

    11 years ago

    Just switched to It’s simple, easy to use and free.

  • Rob

    11 years ago

    Great article! The funny thing is, I came to your site today by using Google Reader! That won’t be happening soon, will it! Thanks Mark.