Subscribing to this blog

Why subscribe?

Visiting and reading a lot of blogs can be time-consuming!

Visiting and reading a lot of blogs can be time-consuming!

If you're anything like me, you can easily forget to check a blog for new content. Plus, if you look at a lot of blogs, looking at each of them in turn can become rather time-consuming.

In these circumstances, subscribing is a good solution. Like a subscription to a magazine or a newspaper or a newsletter, subscribing to a blog means that the content comes to you, rather than you having to go to the content.

Three main options

Summary of the options:

  • RSS feed reader
  • Email alerts via Feedblitz or Bloglovin
  • Kindle subscription

There are three main ways you can subscribe to this blog.

RSS Reader

One option is to use an RSS reader like Feedly. This is a good solution if you have a large blog reading list, because all you have to do is subscribe through Feedly (or the RSS reader of your choice), and then check that for new content of all the blogs you subscribe to.

In other words, an RSS reader is a kind of one-stop shop for online content.

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Email alerts

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Kindle subscription

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The Digital Education Newsletter

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