If you’ve been reading eQuipping for eMinistry posts using Google Reader, then you may lose all your blog feeds (not just e4e) on July 1st when Google Reader shuts down. To keep reading eQuipping for eMinistry in a Reader, switch from Google Reader to a new reader before July 1st. (I use Feedly for a nice magazine-style reader).
Here’s all you need to know to make the switch: Don’t Lose Your Readers on July 1st.
Maybe Now’s the Time for a Subscription?
You might like to use this opportunity to subscribe to e4e through MailChimp for blog posts and eMail alerts. I’ll be blogging, tweeting, and eMailing more during CSU2013, so a subscription will keep you aware of all the news.
The marching ducklings can be found on Wikimedia Commons.
2 thoughts on “Keep Following e4e after July 1st”
Thanks so much, Sus! All of this “reader aggragate’ stuff is rather new to me, but your posts are super helpful for learning and working thru the steps! Thanks for always leading the charge upwards on the learning curve!
Thanks for continuing to encourage me, Terry!
You and Steve might want to post right away on your blogs so anyone who reads your blog through Google Reader will be reminded to switch to a new reader. I imagine Google is letting its Google Reader users know, too.